Wednesday, May 29, 2024
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On April 12, the Taliban’s main spokesperson announced that the United Nations (UN) is welcome to operate in Afghanistan, despite the recent prohibition on Afghan women working for the organization. The Taliban’s new measure, which forbids female Afghan employees of the UN Mission from working, is being enforced by the intelligence agency under their control. The UN has condemned the ban as illegal and a significant infringement of women’s rights. They argue that women are essential for providing critical aid to the Afghan population and have directed all national staff, regardless of gender, to remain at home.


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