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diaspora and gender

Unconditional Recognition Is Upholding Leverage Over the Taliban for Changing Their Policy Toward Women

By Nazila Jamshidi Since August 2021, the brave women of Afghanistan have been desperately calling on the international community, their last glimmer of hope, to...

diaspora and identity

An Afghan Love Story: In Remembrance of Mahram

By Masomah Regl They were neighbors. Both their families had fled the war in Afghanistan and lived among the tens of thousands of refugees...

diaspora and intgertion

Afghan Refugees Trapped Between Taliban and Pakistan

By Hamid Pakteen* Over a million Afghans refugees in Pakistan are today trapped between a cruel Taliban regime and an apathetic Pakistan state determined to...

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Taliban’s Use of Corporal Punishment Raises Concerns About Human Rights in Afghanistan

By Nazila Jamshidi  Recently, United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) reported on the Taliban's 334 cases of public executions, lashings, and stonings at least...

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