Justice for Farkhunda. But will it happen in Afghanistan?

After the lynching of innocent woman by mob in Kabul there is a hashtag #JusticeforFarkhunda, there are protests and the Afghan government said it will have to work on measures, and this incident will bring a lot of changes. So from your point of view what changes are necessary to prevent similar violence in the future and how optimistic or pessimistic are you about implementing any changes that could make a difference? Read few comments.

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Women rights are human rights

By Valbona Zeneli, Professor of Security Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies.

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Female ambassadors to Saudi Arabia? But will it change something?

Shirin Ebadi said that the European countries should send woman ambassadors to countries like Saudi Arabia or Iran. What do you think about this idea? Would this be worth to try? Would it be helpful for women’s rights in these countries or perhaps the impact will be very limited, and why? Read few comments.

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Burka Avenger strikes!

Will it change anything? Read few comments.

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Women’s rights and post-2014 Afghanistan

With some attacks on high profile Afghan women  many people expect that whatever will happen in post-2014 Afg. the effect on women’s rights will be negative for sure. Would you say it is really almost an inevitable scenario, or you do not agree with this assumption, and why? Read few comments.

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International Women’s Day could be happier

According to media reports Vatican, Iran, Russia and other nations resist UN efforts to stop sexual violence against women. The objections are based on the argument about the different cultures and religion.

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How to stop the violence against women in India?

India:  A key cause for premature female deaths is the ill-treatment of women and overt discrimination which take on many forms not just rape.

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