UN Chief Deputy tries to find solutions for women and girls

by Aamaj News

The UN Deputy Secretary-General, Ms. Amina J. Mohammed, in her trip to Kandahar has met the Taliban’s authorities and the Ulema Council to seek spaces and engage in dialogue to bring women and girls’ rights to the forefront.

“We stand ready to find solutions so women and girls are not caught in the crossfire of restrictions,” Mohammed tweeted.

She previously had said that it was needed to bring the Taliban from 13th to 21th century to make space for preservation of women and girls’ rights.

Recently the Taliban sending a letter to all private academic settings have urged them to refuse registering girls for upcoming college entrance exam.

They had closed the schools for girls above grade sixth, and deprived them of higher education.


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