Women

Exiled Afghan women’s rights activist details hardships abroad

Despite these efforts, the Taliban maintain that the rights of women and girls are "secured" in Afghanistan, dismissing national and.

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UN special rapporteur emphasizes global access to education

The statement comes as girls from secondary schools have been barred from attending school over the past three years.

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Women activists urge US congress to curtail ‘misuse’ of aid in Afghanistan

The statement implored the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs to address the purported diversion of a "$40.

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Activists in Pakistan urge recognition of ‘gender apartheid’ in Afghanistan

The Independent Coalition of Protest Movements outlined several recommendations:

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Manizha Siddiqi released from Taliban prison

Among the more than 400 prisoners, 50 women, including Siddiqi, were released, Khomosh said.

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Karzai urges reopening of schools, universities for girls

In their discussion, Karzai and Kuromiya exchanged views on the current situation in Afghanistan and the broader region, Karzai noted.

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Women’s rights advocate urges monitoring of Taliban prisons

The statement described the Taliban’s prisons as places of “human and woman torture” and called them the “most terrible” places.

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France condemns Taliban’s “remarks decision to resume stoning women to death’

“We urge the Taliban to reverse its policy of oppression and erasure of women and girls,” the statement noted.

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Three female activists and their brother released from Taliban detention

Ilaha Rezaee, Azada Rezaee, Nadia Rezaee, and Yahya Rezaee were taken into custody by the Taliban in the western part.

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Activists denounce Taliban’s continued ban on female education as ‘inhumane’

Over the past three years, the Taliban has shut down schools and universities for girls and women and has also.

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