Taliban imposes restrictions on women, strict gender segregation in Afghanistan education

Sep 8th

In a move that nobody warned about and that could never have been foreseen even by the most powerful psychic in the world, the Taliban has kinda sorta slightly been dialing the clock back on women in Afghanistan:

Students across Afghanistan have started returning to university for the first time since the Taliban stormed to power, and in some cases females have been separated from their male peers by curtains or boards down the middle of the classroom.

What happens in universities and schools across the country is being closely watched by foreign powers, who want the Islamist militant movement to respect the rights of women in return for vital aid and diplomatic engagement.

Boy, maybe if those foreign powers wish really strong for the Taliban to be respectful and inclusive of women, it will happen. Don't give up, foreign powers!


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