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The concern of the world community about the closure of schools and universities for girls

The concern of the world community about the closure of schools and universities for girls

Following the Taliban’s decision to ban girls from attending schools and universities in Afghanistan, the international community has continued to express its concern over this situation.

Amnesty International recently stated that the Taliban’s continued ban on girls’ education is a sad reality that the world cannot afford to ignore.

This decision not only threatens the educational future of girls, but also causes them to be deprived of social and economic opportunities. With the presence of girls in schools, it is possible to contribute to the sustainable development and progress of the society, but this ban limits these opportunities.

By continuing this decision, the Taliban have created a new challenge for human rights and gender equality in Afghanistan. This action has been widely condemned by the international community and has brought continuous protests by Afghan people and human rights activists.