A New Generation of Women and Girls Defying Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan
By Anushka Sisodia
While international leaders neglect to take meaningful, coordinated action, women and girls in Afghanistan and in exile remain on the frontlines of resistance.
Interview: Life Under Taliban Rule for Afghan Women
By Shannon Tiezzi
A woman’s right advocate based in Afghanistan voices an urgent plea: “Be our voice to recognize the gender apartheid in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime.”
How Afghan Girls Are Overcoming Barriers Through Online Learning
By Laiq Zirack
Deprived of education for more than 600 days, Afghan girls seek refuge in online education even though access is scarce and difficult.
Taliban Break Promise on Higher Education for Afghan Girls
By Kathy Gannon
The decision to postpone the return of girls at the higher grade levels appeared to be a concession to the rural and deeply tribal backbone of the hard-line Taliban movement.
The Schools of the Taliban
By Maija Liuhto
In areas under Taliban control, schools are being reshaped to fit the Taliban agenda.