What does future hold for Afghan women after university ban? | Taliban
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Women in Afghanistan expressed shock and anger at the Taliban’s decision, which drew international condemnation.
Women’s rights have come under attack since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan last August.
Girls do not go to school and women’s rights to work are restricted.
The Taliban say they acted in the national interest.
But with the country facing a severe shortage of wide-ranging sanctions, will these measures hinder the Taliban’s efforts to gain international acceptance?
And what can Afghan women do now?
Indicator: Hashem Ahelbarra
Sahar – Psychosocial Advisor, Afghanistan Commission of Norway
Obaidullah Baheer – Founder, ‘Let Afghan Girls Learn’