Pashtun Research Advocacy and Policy Centre Canada

Pashtun Research Advocacy and Policy Centre (PRAP) Canada is an independent think-tank that conducts research on social, political, cultural, and economic issues relevant to the 50 million Pashtuns around the world as well as other ethnic communities in Afghanistan and Pakistan. PRAP Canada advocates for the Pashtun welfare, economic prosperity, Pashto language and Pashtun nation's integration into the global economy and social fabric. PRAP's executive members and advisory council consist of Pashtun and non Pashtun scholars and professionals from Afghanistan, Pakistan, USA and Canada.

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