Women

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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Amnesty International reiterates its call for reopening of girls’ schools in Afghanistan

The organization's South Asia division highlighted on [insert date] that the Taliban's "cruel policies" have effectively "imprisoned" the aspirations of.

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Women activists urge international recognition of ‘gender apartheid’ in Afghanistan

The activists reported that the Taliban has detained numerous women over the past three years on various pretexts.

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Girls study in secret schools as Taliban maintains restrictions on education

Students have shared their distress, highlighting the difficulties of learning in an environment overshadowed by fear, likening it to "committing.

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HRW official decries Taliban’s detention of women as human rights violation

Barr stressed the importance of amplifying the voices of protesters to draw international attention to the human rights crisis in.

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Taliban detains three women, their brother in Kabul

They are known members of "Junbish-e Adalat Khwah," a local advocacy group.Efforts by the family to obtain information from Kabul's.

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US diplomat criticizes Taliban for completely erasing women, girls from society

"These restrictions do not reflect Afghanistan’s history or its culture,” she said.

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US envoy says Taliban’s edicts against women keep Afghanistan aid-dependent

This situation, she added, has also been compelling Afghan families to leave the country.

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Female students urge Taliban to lift education restrictions

The Taliban commenced a new academic year on Wednesday, yet continued to bar female students above grade six from attending.

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