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UN statement on Afghanistan: 1.2 million girls are unable to continue their secondary education

Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human the 50th session of the UN Human Rights Council “Rights of Women and Girls in Afghanistan” Speaking at the special session on

Michelle Bachelet, AfghanistanDue to the economic depression in “90% of female-headed households are affected by hunger or food insecurity” checked in.

Emphasizing that violence against women of all professions has increased, Bachelet pointed out that dress and movement restrictions applied to women lead to psychological illnesses in women.

Bachelet, “When the country’s economy suffered a general collapse, the number of unemployed women rose sharply and many businesses run by women were closed.” used the expression.

Bachelet too taliban Noting that despite promises made by the interim government, restrictions on women’s right to education persist, “1.2 million girls cannot continue their secondary education” makes a statement.

Bachelet said a bleaker future awaits women in Afghanistan unless concrete changes are made, and in the interim Taliban government, “Creating an environment of constructive dialogue by listening to the calls of women” and “Ensuring the continuation of girls in secondary education” made his call.

Source: Cumhuriyet

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