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  • Women Media Advocacy Group (WMAG) Position Paper to Doha Conference February 18, 2024 18 Feb 2024

    (WMAG) Position Paper to Doha Conference February 18, 2024
    Women Media Advocacy Group (WMAG) Position Paper to Doha Conference February 18, 2024

    Afghanistan has had its most terrifying historical journey in modern times over the past two years. The surrender of Afghanistan to the Taliban not only changed the country’s political system but also led to the destruction of hopes and the alteration of the destiny of millions of its citizens towards darkness and death. In this […]

Stand in Solidarity with the Women of Afghanistan 23 Sep 2021

Stand in Solidarity with the Women of Afghanistan

Like so many other women activists around the world, I am mourning the losses that the Taliban takeover, again, means for women and girls in Afghanistan. It’s a loss of hard-fought rights and for many, a loss of lives, as the targeting of women leaders and activists has already begun. What has also already begun […]

Women Tired of Fighting, are Armed against the Taliban! 31 Jul 2021

Women Tired of Fighting, are Armed against the Taliban!

People who are tired of the war for power are disgusted by the prolongation of the war and violence. They criticize the government for not dealing with perpetrators and the founders of violence and catastrophes with a strong stance. Half of the people are willing to leave the country and the other half without having […]

A remarkable difference in the civilian casualties provided by the Independent Human Rights Commission! 10 Jul 2021

A remarkable difference in the civilian casualties provided by the Independent Human Rights Commission!

The commission has called for an immediate ceasefire in Afghanistan to end the civilian’s fatality. According to the commission’s latest findings, from the beginning of 2009 to the beginning of current year, 31,113 civilians were killed and 626, 62 others were wounded in the country. More than 4,000 children and over 2,000 other women are […]

Women of Afghanistan: Episode 7 – Parastoo Saqib 11 Mar 2019

Women of Afghanistan: Episode 7 – Parastoo Saqib

Why the ‘Barbaric’ Practice of Stoning Is Still Used in Afghanistan By Parastoo Saqib In the twenty-first century, Afghans are still being stoned to death, most of them women. They are being punished according to outdated religious teachings and beliefs, which are gaining popularity as the environment worsens for Afghan women. And with the security […]

How can we negotiate with the Taliban? Afghan women know. 20 Feb 2019

How can we negotiate with the Taliban? Afghan women know.

Thursday, February 7, 2019 / BY: Palwasha L. Kakar Afghan political leaders met in Moscow this week with Taliban representatives amid new momentum in diplomatic efforts to end Afghanistan’s war. Like other recent discussions, including those between U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban representatives in Qatar, Afghan women remain almost entirely excluded. Yet mostly unnoticed […]


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