Conversation with Peymana Assad


Cambridge Afghan Society is excited to bring you this speaker event for Afghan Charity Week 2021.

Peymana Assad is the first Afghan person to be elected to public office in the UK and represents the Labour Party. Join us on Saturday 20th Feb to hear about her journey, experiences and struggles as an Afghan woman in politics.

Register now and book your tickets to join us on Saturday 20th Feb, 5pm. You will be emailed a Zoom link on the day of the event. Purchase your ticket at:
This event is open to all.

All proceeds will be donated to Enabled Children Initiative. This charity week, 14 Afghan student societies across the UK have come together to work with Enabled Children Initiative. Money raised during ACW will fund Window of Hope, a sustainable care home for abandoned and orphaned children with disabilities. Donations will help provide in-home schooling, healthcare, recreational activities and more. ECI has a 100% donation policy meaning all proceeds fundraised during ACW will go to fund the needs of the children under ECI’s care. #studentsforafghanistan

Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan Symposium, Toronto


Celebrating 20 years together!  TORONTO 2018

From Flicker to Flame:  Supporting Learning and Teaching in Afghanistan

Join us to learn more about the situation of women and girls in Afghanistan and on what Canadians can do to help. Hear how people like you, Canadian and Afghan citizens, are working together focusing on education, on change and  progress. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired through constructive dialogue and exchange of ideas!

Event Date:
Thursday, September 27, 2018 – 7:00pm to Saturday, September 29, 2018 – 4:00pm
Event Location:
Toronto 2018: CW4WAfghan National Symposium and AGM
Elementary Teachers Association of Ontario
136 Isabella Street
TorontoON M4Y 0B5


Afghanistan and Central Asian Association Summer Festival 2018 – UK



The ACAA is delighted to be hosting the ACA Summer Festival to foster multiculturalism, community pride and cohesion, as well as valuing and displaying the talent that refugees and asylum seekers bring to London. Come see a range of performers, taste delicious food from all over the world and participate in fun activities such as henna and face paint. Buy tickets here:

For more info, please contact:

Kira Rea
Phone: +44 7873904376

Sahar Education presents: A Night at the Museum


An evening of Afghan art & culture to benefit girls education. We bring together speakers and performers with deep Afghan roots to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Afghanistan – and the need to stand up on behalf of the country’s girls, who have the power to secure a meaningful future for the nation.

July 14th, 2018 5:00-8:00pm, Dali17 Museum (5 Custom House Plaza, Monterey, CA 93940)

For more info, click here.

SPECIAL EVENT – A Night With the Afghan All Female Robotics Team

28752255_546554779037297_552985466085834752_n(1)The Afghan Canadian Islamic Community and the Afghan Youth Committee are very proud to host The Afghan Dreamers, the award winning all-female robotics team from Afghanistan.
We look forward to hearing from these inspirational young ladies and showing our appreciation for their hard work and perseverance. The program will start after Maghrib and Isha prayers at 8:00 pm.
* Islamic dress code in effect *