An Afghan woman leaves an underground school which she attends with her daughter, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 30. Photo: AP
An Afghan woman leaves an underground school which she attends with her daughter, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 30. Photo: AP
Akanksha Khullar
Opinion

Opinion

Akanksha Khullar

After a year of Taliban rule, Afghan women are systematically disappearing from public life

  • Following the US’ withdrawal, the Taliban government has significantly limited women’s ability to earn a living, access education and escape violence
  • The international community must act rather than merely condemning the erosion of Afghan women’s rights

An Afghan woman leaves an underground school which she attends with her daughter, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 30. Photo: AP
An Afghan woman leaves an underground school which she attends with her daughter, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 30. Photo: AP
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