Tue, Oct

Naderi appointed as administrative reform, civil service service commission chief


Nader NaderiNader NaderiThe Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has appointed Nader Naderi as the chief of the independent administrative reform and civil service commission.

The Office of the President, ARG Palace, in a statement, said Mr. Naderi has been appointed for the post in a bid to help further align and consolidate the affairs of the relevant department and further take advantage of the academic experiences and reserves of the relevant individuals.
The statement further added that Mr. Naderi has completed his higher education in the field of political sciences and law in Kabul University at Bachelors level and obtained Masters degree in the field of international affairs from George Washington University.
Mr.Naderi also completed his professional education in leadership at Kennedy faculty in Harvard University.
He has served as the representative of the youth generation of the country in peace negotiations of the United Nations organized for Afghanistan in 2001 at Bonn city of Germany, besides serving as spokesman and elected representative of the civil society for the Independent Commission of the Grand Council (Loya Jirga) which elected the leader of the transitional government in 2002.
His other prominent roles include service as the head of the independent human rights commission of Afghanistan, member of the global council for fragile states in gloabl economic forum, adviser for the transitional government of Libya in 2012, and head of the international advisers mission for strengthening law and judicial affairs for Libya.
The Office of the President said Mr. Naderi has contributed numerous articles in prominent international papers, has received several international awards, and is fluent in Dari, Pashto, Balochi, and English languages.
The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission of Afghanistan (IARCSC) aim to contribute to capacity building of Afghan civil servant and professional in leadership, management or public administration and gender policy in the Afghan reconstruction process.