Women

Afghan Women’s Views on US Peace Proposal

The Full text of the Afghanistan women’s perspective on US peace proposal, covering guiding principles for Afghanistan strength, transitional government of peace and political roadmap, permanent and comprehensive ceasefire as well as suggestions.

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In Taliban Regime, I could not Propose to the man I loved

Huda Khamosh says if the Taliban ruled the country, she would not be able to share her love on Facebook. “It is clear to everyone that when the Taliban had power, no woman can raise her voice or even leave the house, let alone trying to woo a man she loves,” she said.

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Wolesi Jirga Approves Mother’s name Inclusion in ID cards

Afghan House of Representatives (Wolesi Jirga) approved Wednesday the plan to insert mother’s name in national identity cards.

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Voice of Afghan Women in Defense of Republic: Stop the Bloodshed!

The “Voice of Afghan Women in Defense of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan” held a conference at the Loya Jirga tent on Sunday and issued a resolution in 9 articles, urging the Afghan government and the Taliban to agree on ceasefire.

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Afghan AGO Addressed 2,088 cases of Violence against Women

Since the beginning of the fiscal year 1399, Afghanistan’s Attorney General Office (AGO) has dealt with 2,088 cases of violence against women.

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Takhar; Taliban Set on Fire Girls’ School

The Taliban group burned down a girls’ school in Takhar province, local officials confirmed on Monday

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IHRC Gets new Boss

Ashraf Ghani appointed Shahrzad Akbar as the head of Independent Human Rights Commission (IHRC), said Arg in a statement on Wednesday evening

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From Arg to Wakhan Sexual Harassments; a Foreign Tourist Falls Victim as well

An Australian tourist was sexually harassed by Abdul Maruf Khairkha, the district governor of northern Badakhshan’s Wakhan district following sexual scandals in Afghan presidential palace (Arg)

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For First time, Woman Became Head of “Afghan Film”

Sahra Karimi is the first Afghan female who has been appointed as the director of state-run “Afghan Film” production company, though it has not been productive in recent years and is in recession

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NAI Urges Clarity over Mina Mangal Assassination

The office of supporting open media in Afghanistan (NAI) urged the Afghan government clarity on the assassination of Mina Mangal, former journalist, and advisor to the cultural commission of the House of Representatives

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