As we know, there is great fear in Afghanistan because of the return of the Taliban movement's control over Afghanistan after the withdrawal of the American forces from it,but let us shed light on the victim whose political, economic and social rights were stolen, and that is the Afghan woman
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When the Taliban government took control of Afghanistan, women's education was prohibited, and this is one of the most important rights that are demanded in the United Nations by countries, but what about Afghan women, How long will her right to education be stolen even though she is able to make a difference in several areas, and it is worth noting that the ban on women's education is one of the reasons for the downturn in the economy,One of the biggest evidences is that the reason for the decline of the economy in a number of countries is an example from my society. The Arab woman is that low female education is one of the factors of economic weakness,This is even acknowledged in the social studies textbook, but no solution is applied to it!!! That is, they admit the error, but do not correct it,So before the discussion of human rights takes place at the United Nations, let the discussion about Afghan women take place!!! Because it will be the way to liberate Afghanistan,Where it educates current and future generations on patriotism and jihad in order to overthrow the Taliban movement, or it uses its knowledge and political awareness as its weapon for progress, Where if the flag of Afghan women continues to be obliterated, they will be prevented from participating in high positions, as according to Sky News Arabia, the Taliban government issued a statement that "women cannot work in high positions", This is one of the most important matters that the United States of America must participate in solving, as it is a sovereign country that can achieve another peace deal that guarantees the rights of Afghan women,Also, we do not forget her participation in the fighting, where she helped the injured, prepared food and drink for the fugitives from the Taliban government, and participated in campaigns to support and educate women who are afraid to demand their rights,Thus, the percentage of women's strength and their voice will increase, which will cause pressure on the Taliban, and something after something will begin to liberate them from the pressures they put!!!!
Let’s talk about some of what happened to Afghan women during the two decades that they were liberated from the Taliban’s control, (note that I did not write much, unfortunately, because I did not find many sources explaining what happened):
1_ The proportion of primary school students reached 40%, and women constitute 35% of secondary school students (according to the development channel).
2_ The number of women increased significantly in the political process, but the harassment was continuous, as Afghan women did not have the money like Afghan men to rig elections, (Clarification: I do not mean that the Afghan woman has to cheat in order to win political positions, but I mean that she faced problems in this matter because of her poor income)
3- Religious leaders have been involved in issues related to Afghan women
4_ Afghan women demand their rights to participate in political office, said Farzana Kochai, a female parliamentarian: “A government without women will not be seen by the international community and civil society as a responsible government.”, "We should not be removed from society, we must continue our work and remain in the government and wherever we want"
5_ The number of women serving in the Afghan National Defense Forces has doubled, and the total number is now 4,400 women, or 4.1%
Why do we have to educate the world about the issue of Afghan women?
Because we are part of this world, because we may be in their place one day, and we, as aware of this matter, have to make everyone aware of it, so that we can face the matter and not be subject to the control of failed governments , Also, if we want to confront global issues, we have to achieve integration between us as a peoples! , What is the benefit of me and my people and other people facing climate change who suffer from a problem because of colonialism and the theft of rights, which covers it from paying attention to climate change, Isn't he also part of the issue, so why should I also contribute by my silence to obliterating his role? Imagine yourself that Afghan woman who cries out in pain over what happened to her because she was not allowed to share her voice and share her knowledge? Think and tell me what you think it will affect climate change if this continues
And also the women's voices suppressed by the Taliban government that will surely make a difference in the issue of climate change and the female child, we have to tell the world about it, In the previous topic, we talked about the voices of poor countries, so let us talk today about this victim, who is now due to poverty imposed on her by colonialism, as it prevented her from participating in many fields.
They are all part of these global issues, Do not be silent, for perhaps your silence will be the cause of your death one day
And here, and the topic is over, but you also have to share your point of view on the matter. I will present to you these questions and answer them:
1_ To employ the skill of problem solving, how can Afghan women impose their rights on the Taliban government? What can we as a scientist do all in order to support Afghan women?
2_ To employ the skill of good listening: What is the point that you disagree with/agree with on this subject and explain the reason?
3_ To employ the skill of speaking, consider yourself the founder of a feminist campaign against the Taliban government in Afghanistan. What is the first thing you will demand from the rights of women taken away, and how will you attract everyone with your speaking way?
4_ Employing creativity: How can governments in countries cooperate to eliminate the oppressive Taliban government's control? Or how are you as a listener who is under 18 years old, Can you think of a peace deal between the Taliban government and the United Nations in which you can guarantee the commitment of the Taliban government?