Women

Concern grows over rise in suicide attempts among women, girls in Afghanistan

Rights activists and UN officials believe the strict restrictions on women and girls has led to the sharp rise in.

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Criticism mounts against ban on women’s presence at Band-e-Amir

Some women have also sought clarity on the legal basis for the prohibition of women and girls from accessing the.

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Women’s rights activists released hours after remaining in Taliban custody

A statement issued by the movement revealed that the activists were freed following a joint appeal from concerned citizens and.

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At least 8 women activists detained by Taliban in Kabul: Sources

Sources said that those arrested were members of the movement for unity and solidarity of women in Afghanistan.

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Afghanistan: Women struggle for survival two years under Taliban rule

Maryam's life has undergone profound changes in the past two years since the Taliban took over power in Afghanistan.

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UN envoy calls for ICC prosecution of gender discrimination in Afghanistan

He called upon Muslim-majority nations to send a delegation to Kandahar in an effort to convince Taliban leaders to overturn.

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Kabul: Students turn to tailoring amid extended school, universities closures

Members of the center underscored the necessity of this endeavor as a means of economic support for both themselves and.

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Bamiyan beauty salon owners beaten and detained by Taliban

The Taliban allegedly assaulted a female shopper and former salon owners at a market after finding makeup in the shopper’s.

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Amid school closures, female students in Bamiyan turn to tailoring business

Among the trainees are former workers from beauty salons, who lost their livelihoods after their businesses were shuttered.

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Badakhshan students open workshop for women tailors

The initiative is helping 30 women earn a living to support their families amid ongoing restrictions on access to education.

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