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Statement Young Afghan Women Movement


This week marks 1 year since the Taliban took Kabul, Afghanistan. We are sharing contributions this week from activists working for the rights of all women, girls and other groups in a marginalized position in Afghanistan.


Young Afghan Women Movement

The statement has been released by Young Afghan Women Movement, a transactional solidarity network catering to capacity building and peer engagement of Afghan women and girls, situated within and outside their home country in an effort to mobilise support and resources in the path to realising a feminist world. The movement further aims to build awareness and international support for the realisation of Afghan women rights through campaigns and advocacy.

The statement comes after the one year tragic aftermath of Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan's political and social realities and the millions of Afghans who are grappling with the extremist group's draconian policies.


The Database contains information about gender equality, respect for women's rights and all the themes WO=MEN strives for worldwide.