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Help women and girls in Afghanistan: 'I fear for my Afghan sisters'

"We really can't just say: you know what, just shut up, don't go to school, put on that burka and then it will be safe for you there," says Anne-Floor Dekker of WO=MEN.
"Politicians who are afraid of a so-called 'pull effect' should realize: most people cannot or do not want to leave there at all."
"I hear analyzes that the Afghans themselves do not want democracy. But the international support of the past decades really went to men and women who fight for equality and justice. That group is just there, and it is a large group ."
Een groep vrouwen in Afghanistan
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