The Roqia Center carries out research in the fields of Afghan women’s studies, women’s rights, and democracy.  Kabultec founder Nasrine Gross has written three books:

  • Memories of Malalay is a where-are-they-now compilation of former students and staff from Malalay, the first girls high school in Afghanistan, from which Nasrine graduated.
  • Afghan Identity is an examination of the war and peace process from the perspective of  several different social groups within Afghanistan.
  • Women in the Koran is a compendium of all references to women in the Koran.

In addition, several articles and papers have been published as a result of Kabultec research.  For a complete list of Kabultec and Roqia Center publications, please visit our main publications page.