Afghanistan, Taliban, and Migration
05 PAź 2021
Photo: Mateusz Józwiak


and the


are pleased to invite you to the online expert seminar

Afghanistan, Taliban, and Migration


Thursday, 07 October 2021

14:00- 15:30, CET (Warsaw)

Venue: Online via Zoom

Language: English


The abrupt fall of the Afghan government and the takeover of Kabul by the Taliban have worsened the fragile economic situation and caused a grave humanitarian crisis in the country. It also increases the concerns about possible mass migration from the country. What does the situation in Afghanistan under Taliban rule look like and what are the prospects for the country’s future? Will human rights violations and poverty push many more Afghans to seek safety abroad, leading to a new refugee-management crisis? What can the international community, and European Union in particular, do to prepare and prevent a worst-case scenario?




   •       Patryk Kugiel, Analyst, Asia-Pacific Programme, PISM


  • Thomas Ruttig, Co-Director, Afghanistan Analyst Network
  • Arne Strand, Research Director, Chr. Michelsen Institute
  • Jolanta Szymańska, EU Programme Coordinator, PISM

Chair: Morten Boas, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs


You can watch the livestream on our YouTube channel:

The online seminar is organised within the framework of the project “Migration and Development: Sharing knowledge between Poland and Norway (MiDeShare)”. The project is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway through the EEA Grants and Norway Grants.