Rah-e- Madanyat (the path of civilization) newspaper; One of Afghanistan’s most popular newspapers was founded in 2011 in Kabul. The newspaper works to promote civil values, human rights and the rejection of extremism and violence.
The newspaper Rah-e- Madanyat is independent and does not belong to any political party or group. The Road to Civilization has had a special page since its inception in support of women’s rights and their human aspirations.
“From hidden struggles towards political participation”: Afghanistan women’s perspectives on peace and security, has been a series of interviews with active women, a special project of the newspaper Rah-e- Madanyat. These talks are aimed at highlighting women’s rights and their equal role in political and community participation.
“Youth, Leadership and Development” is another project of this newspaper, which was launched in the form of talks under the name of “Young Politicians”. These conversations focused on the active and healthy role of young people in politics and society with educated young people who have been involved in political and social work for the past 20 years.
Cartoon is one of the most important genres of this newspaper. The Road to Civilization cartoon titled “Forbidden Corruption”, which participated in the UN World Competition “Political Cartoon”, won the fourth place in 2016 in this series of global competitions among the top 10 cartoons in the world. This was the first time in the history of Afghan journalism that a newspaper from this country achieved this success.
Founder and Managing Director:
Sayed Asghar Eshraq
Senior Political Analyst:
Mojib Rahman Atal
Editor: Samia Eshraq
Sayed Amin Behrad, Baktash Rawish, Farzad Enayat, Nabi Saqi, Mostafa Hazara and Zahra Yazdanshinas
In collaboration with a group of reporters, editors and designers
Executive Secretary: Sardar Dahi