Mirwais Ahmadzai

Mirwais AhmadzaiMirwais Ahmadzai is currently working as Director Analyzing and Reporting Deputy Minister Office Ministry of Finance. Mr. Ahmadzai has worked as Dean and Lecturer at school of Law and political sciences of Nangarhar University at Dept. of Management and Diplomacy. Mr. Ahmadzai was appointed as Regional Program Manager with Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission from 2007- December 2009.

Mr. Ahmadzai has worked as Team Leader and Legal Counselor with Norwegian Refugee Council to provide free legal assistance to refugees, IDP’s and Returnees Regarding property dispute resolutions and re integration to their place of Origins through 2003 – 2007.

He has participated in Seminar on Media and Academia Role in Peace Building in Conflict regions, Conducted by Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada 2015. Mr. Ahmadzai has successfully completed Diploma Course on Convention on Elimination of All Discrimination against Women (CEDAWA) in Toronto University by Women Human Rights Education Institute 2014

Attended a Capacity Building training program(Public Sector Support Program) organized by Korean International Co Operation Agency(KOICA) in Seoul, South Korea in 2008. Has completed Peace Research and Conflict Resolutions summer Course at the ISS (International Summer School) University of Oslo, Oslo Norway 2005. Participated in Training program on International Negotiations Skills conducted by Center for Applied Studies in International Negotiations (CASIN) and Government of Switzerland in 2005

Mr Ahmadzai is an author of two Books, Tens of Magazines articles, Research Papers, Thesis For his Masters and BA Degrees during his Academic career. He Has Delivered Speeches and presentations on Behalf of Nangarhar University, Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and Norwegian Refugees Council on National and International platforms. Mr. Ahmadzai Holds Master degree in international Relations and B.A degree from School of Law and political Sciences, Nangarhar University Afghanistan.