What is happening to the human rights of women in Afghanistan? - Coggle…
What is happening to the human rights of women in Afghanistan?
Right to Life, Liberty, Personal Security.
Freedom of opinion and expression.
Freedom from Discrimination.
the right to work and education.
Causes of the conflict
Since during his government they led one of the most repressive regimes in the world with public executions, strict interpretations of Islamic religious law, etc. plus many prohibitions for women.
This means that girls can no longer attend school women can no longer work which means that they cannot support themselves in addition to having to cover themselves in public and only go out accompanied by a man
This started over years ago when the Taliban was ruling Afghanistan, but thanks to other countries' help they took out the Taliban, but some days ago Afghanistan lost some power and the Taliban regained that power and are getting control of Afghanistan again.
Taliban is affecting Afghanistan because they have got the power of the country and now they have control of it, and this one has one the worst records of human rights because their laws are not good and it affects them in a bad way.
The Taliban which refers to itself as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, is a Deobandi Islamist movement and military organization in Afghanistan.
They can share this information on social media so more people are concerned about the actual situation in that place and more people can help.
The Red Cross in Spain has activated a device to get volunteers to collaborate in the arrival of people from Afghanistan, but according to reports, it already has all the positions covered after receiving a multitude of responses. From Save The Children, who have been working in Afghanistan since 1976, they also request help to ensure health, education and protection services for refugee children in the country.
People can help with this problem by donating food and essential things to the people of Afghanistan.
Women cannot study in schools, universities or any other educational institution.
Women are prohibited from speaking or shaking hands with men other than their guardians.
They cannot do any activities outside the home unless accompanied by their male guardian.
They should not laugh out loud because 'no stranger should hear a woman's voice.'
It is forbidden for women to work outside the home.