BY: Aly Verjee; Chris Kwaja; Oge Onubogu
Friday, August 17, 2018 / BY: Andrew Selth
As the world’s ‘worst humanitarian crisis’ festers, the local dynamics of the conflict remain overshadowed.
Afghan Women Oppose Procedure as ‘Torture’
Tuesday, July 24, 2018 / BY: Marjan Nahavandi; Muzhgan Yarmohammadi
Afghanistan this year adopted a new penal code that moves the country toward meeting international standards on criminal justice. At the same time, it underscores the continued difficulties of reinforcing rights for Afghan women and girls. One reflection of this is its preservation of the discredited practice of “virginity testing”—a decision that Afghan women increasingly have opposed.
The world’s uprooted children will ignite a new generation of wars. Can we prevent it?
By: Kathleen Kuehnast, Ph.D.
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