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Constitutional Convention: Role Of Women And Women In Politics

So, session two. Both of the issues up for discussion concern women in politics, though only one of them is of any real importance. Role of Women This one, to the best of knowledge, concerns Article 41 of the constitution … Continue reading

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Women In Afghanistan: Update Of Sorts

Some quotes from the Mirror regards the female recruits to the Afghan Army I mentioned a while back: “When I decided to join the army, my immediate family were pleased for me but my uncle, who is a mullah, thinks … Continue reading

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Women In Afghanistan, Training To Fight Back

One of the go to arguments in favour of the Afghan war is the status of women under the Taliban. During the Taliban’s stint in power, education for women was banned, schools teaching young girls were burned, and social justice … Continue reading

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