C4A allows educated Afghans from around the world to discuss current affairs and substantial issues of Afghan society.
C4A community members are dedicated to the study and support of policy research and evidence-use in policymaking, providing research, ideas and advice to Afghan government and the International Community in Afghanistan and abroad.
By contributing to C4A, you can put your thoughts and ideas in front of educated Afghans and invite others to join the conversation. The majority of debate will focus on the future of Afghans’ Life in 2100.
C4A is established to deliver tangible and evidenced based concepts and policy papers that are essential for effective strategic governance, economic planning, sound policy formulation and sustainable socio-economic development of Afghanistan.
Rigorous academic and evidenced based research and policy analysis are substantial requirements to guide effective planning and public programing which is currently either completely lacking or at very weak stage in Afghan bureaucracy.
To write an article for C4A, simply send us your idea via email. If your article is selected, our editorial team will guide you to turn your idea into a finished article.
We have an average of two thousand readers each month from around the world. We promote all of our content through our social media channels and via internal communication channels with specific audiences.
We would like this blog to be as open and plural as possible. If you would like to become a contributor please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know about it.
Articles are usually between 750 and 1,000 words. They are written from the author’s perspective, and can be case studies, opinion pieces, interviews or research summaries.
Once articles are submitted, they go through our editorial process. The process, from submission to publication, typically lasts around three weeks.
Do you have an event or a job to advertise? Have you published a recent study or launched an interesting project? Let us know about it.
Have you recently gone through a leadership transition and would like to let us know about your new executive director or senior researcher? Do get in touch.
We look forward to hearing your ideas!