Hundreds of female judges forced to live a life of fear and anonymity since the group’s August takeover of the country.
Deprived of work and school, many have decided to leave, but Afghan women from across the generations are angry, and they ...
UNICEF and the World Health Organization reached an agreement with the Taliban allowing the vaccinations to resume and ...
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Since the group's August takeover of the nation, hundreds of female judges have been forced to live in terror and secrecy.
Afghanistan’s underlying economic and humanitarian problems, which disproportionately affect women and girls, cannot simply ...
It Matters when the UN, Governments, and Aid Agencies Send Only Men to Talk to the Taliban Get updates on human rights issues ...
The health status of women and children in Afghanistan has been gravely affected by long-term conflict, population movement, ...
"The situation is complex and so feminists should not take the simplistic view that a policy of non-cooperation with the ...
Hundreds of female judges in Afghanistan live in fear and anonymity after the Taliban took control of the country in August, ...
In an exclusive interview with VeloNews, ISN owner Sylvan Adams recounts the 'cloak and dagger' rescue operation and explains why he wanted to help.
Apart from ensuring the safety of health workers, a reliable mechanism is needed to pay front-line health workers for the work they’ll be doing during the campaign, WHO's Dr. Hamid Jafari tells Devex.
Since the Taliban took control of Kabul and the central government on Aug. 15, efforts to support Afghan women have become ...