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Female Doctors Strike Due to the Reduction of their Salaries 30 Jun 2024
Female Doctors Strike Due to the Reduction of their Salaries

Female Doctors Strike Due to the Reduction of their Salaries

Local sources in Kabul city have reported a strike by some female doctors in the hospitals of this city due to the decrease in their salaries.

Rina Amiri: “The Significance of Women’s Presence in Future Afghan Dialogues” 26 Jun 2024
Rina Amiri: "The Significance of Women's Presence in Future Afghan Dialogues"

Rina Amiri: “The Significance of Women’s Presence in Future Afghan Dialogues”

Rina Amiri, the Special Representative of the United States for Women and Human Rights in Afghanistan, has raised the importance of women's participation in discussions concerning the future of Afghanistan on her social media platform X in observance of International Women's Day in Diplomacy.

Heather Barr: Excluding Women from the Doha Meeting is a Betrayal of Women’s Rights and Dignity 25 Jun 2024
Heather Barr: Excluding Women from the Doha Meeting is a Betrayal of Women's Rights and Dignity

Heather Barr: Excluding Women from the Doha Meeting is a Betrayal of Women’s Rights and Dignity

Heather Barr, associate director of the Women's Rights Division at Human Rights Watch, in connection with the third Doha Meeting, posted a message on their social media page, stating that no Afghan woman has been invited to represent Afghan women at the third Doha Meeting, and women's rights issues have been omitted from the agenda of this conference.

Rina Amiri Titles the Third Doha Meeting as Significant for Women    05 Jun 2024
Rina Amiri Titles the Third Doha Meeting as Significant for Women

Rina Amiri Titles the Third Doha Meeting as Significant for Women  

Rina Amiri, the Special Representative of the United States for Afghan Women and Human Rights, has met and held discussions with representatives from France, Canada, Belgium, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. They emphasized the meaningful participation of Afghan women and civil society in the third Doha meeting.

Women’s Protest Against the Organization of the Third Doha Conference on Afghanistan 03 Jun 2024
Women's Protest Against the Organization of the Third Doha Conference on Afghanistan

Women’s Protest Against the Organization of the Third Doha Conference on Afghanistan

As the third Doha conference on Afghanistan approaches, some women deprived of their fundamental rights in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime are calling upon the United Nations to focus on the observance of the rights of Afghan women and girls by the Taliban government during this upcoming conference.

Malalai Helmandi: “An empowered mother bestows an empowered child upon society” 19 May 2024
Malalai Helmandi: "An empowered mother bestows an empowered child upon society"

Malalai Helmandi: “An empowered mother bestows an empowered child upon society”

Malalai Helmandi, the Chief Executive Officer of Helmand Solar Company, expressed her views at a two-day conference in Bahrain, hosted by the United Nations, aimed at supporting women entrepreneurs and highlighting the importance of female investors in conflict-affected countries.

Continuation of Civil Protests in Badakhshan Province 15 May 2024
Continuation of Civil Protests in Badakhshan Province

Continuation of Civil Protests in Badakhshan Province

Following the violent demonstrations in the districts of Darayim and Argoy in Badakhshan province protesting the actions of the Taliban regime, the women's protest movement in this province has now initiated a gathering to express dissatisfaction with the behavior of the Taliban regime. They accuse the ruling administration of blatant gender discrimination and undermining the fundamental rights of women.

From Work Restrictions to Communication Challenges Faced by Female Journalists in Afghanistan 05 May 2024
From Work Restrictions to Communication Challenges Faced by Female Journalists in Afghanistan

From Work Restrictions to Communication Challenges Faced by Female Journalists in Afghanistan

Female journalists in Afghanistan have always faced numerous challenges in the field of communication work. However, in the past two years, these challenges and restrictions have increased compared to any other time.

Call for the Removal of Restrictions on Women’s Sports in Afghanistan 29 Apr 2024
Call for the Removal of Restrictions on Women's Sports in Afghanistan

Call for the Removal of Restrictions on Women’s Sports in Afghanistan

Simultaneous with the qualification of the Afghan National Futsal Team for the World Cup, several women and girls are demanding the removal of restrictions on women's sports in the country.

Story of Breadwinning Women; Low Wages, Heavy Workload 25 Apr 2024
Story of Breadwinning Women; Low Wages, Heavy Workload

Story of Breadwinning Women; Low Wages, Heavy Workload

Following the events of August 15, 2021, in Afghanistan, where the Taliban seized all power in the country and deprived women of all activities at the national level, even women are unable to participate in social activities.


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