Afghan war veteran Nao Rozi talks about good conscience and UK peace activist Susan Clarkson writes on disabilities in Kabul
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Nao Rozi Afghan war veteran

Nao Rozi is an Afghan National Army War Veteran and an Afghan Peace Volunteer

How can a war veteran help us understand good conscience? 

“Veterans commit suicide from a good conscience.

I was brought up under the ‘government system’ 

and things I heard from society and the media.

I was captive to these.

Now, I am free!”

Nao Rozi

Watch the interview here:
ead the report by Nao Rozi and Dr Hakim here:

Susan at a school for the blind in Kabul

Susan Clarkson on disabilities in Kabul

VIP in Afghanistan  As a visually impaired person myself, I had to consider, before deciding to be part of the delegation, whether or not my disability would be a hindrance to the group.  I needed help during our journey from Heathrow to Kabul and back, and this was willingly offered by my travelling companions.  Once in Kabul, various members of the APV took care of me and I was helped and guided during our trips to visit various projects. One such project included a school for the blind. Read more:

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