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According to media reports on Tuesday 26th Oct 2021, the Taliban had used force to disperse female activists protesting in Kabul in support of women’s rights in Afghanistan.
Several women in Afghanistan took to the streets of Kabul to protest the closure of girls’ schools and to criticize the international community for its inactivity.
Women gathered at the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) gates, accusing the international community of being unconcerned about the Taliban’s abuse of Afghan women.
We encourage the UN to put pressure on the Taliban to acknowledge women’s rightsA feminist activist told Sputnik, a Russian news agency
Millions of adolescent girls across Afghanistan are anxiously awaiting the return of their classes at school, while high schools remain closed till date, raising concerns about the future of female education. This problems had cause the activists around Afghanistan have staged a number of protests, urging the Taliban to respect basic human rights, establish a representative government, and establish city authority.
Deborah Lyons, the UN Secretary-Special General’s Representative for Afghanistan, met with women from throughout Afghanistan earlier today to hear their perspectives on the country’s significant difficulties.
All agreed that every girl has a right to education and every woman has a right to work.
This post was edited and Updated on 27th Oct 2021