Millions of Afghan women turned out to vote last month in the country's presidential election. But despite signs of social progress, the oppression of women ... Women in Afghanistan over the years have over came a lot of hardships, since being freed from the Taliban's, they've been granted more some freedoms. It's a known world problem for women to be treated equally universal. However, in Afghanistan this is where women face hardships and get mistreated the worse. There is many advocated people and programs that have been set up to speak for these women. Over the years its been violence against women. The government is finally not communist anymore, therefore women have more rights. However, brutality still lies within Afghan streets, women are still mistreated, beaten, and even killed. Gaining rights still leaves a fear for women to live equally. Many advocates are ready for the laws that's been set to be implemented and carried out. These women are ready to live a free within their government without being hurt. This video demonstrated the emotional and physical damage women go through, but you will also realize that there is still hope for change.
In Afghanistan, women are enjoying more freedom than ever since the U.S. ousted the Taliban. However, as Lara Logan reports, a Taliban victory could change t... It's known world wide that women in Afghanistan have a high rate of being killed, just for being a women. It was worse back then, but now things are looking more wonderful for them. Camps, clinics, and many refugees have reached out to women who have been abused and are seeking recovery. The majority of the women and teens that come are victims of youth and abusive marriages. There is a law that prohibits youth marriage but there is some law that allows it. After the defeat in their country many women leaders have been successful over the years to grant women rights in their country. They have came a long way to get laws granted but it's a matter of time when they will be implemented. The U.S gives acknowledgment to the new contributes the country has made since the defeat. Women are gradually but slowly gaining rights over the years. This video demonstrates the faith and determination that these women have for not giving up until they are treated right.
Afghanistan: The Road Ahead - If Taliban Returns to Power, it Will Also Mean a Return to Harsh Islamic Law. This is a globe issue for all women and girls around the world. Women around the world are advocating for women and girls who cannot speak for themselves, such as these Taliban girls. These girls get threaten, hurt, and even killed for going to school; let alone women are being killed too. "History tells us what they want. They don't want women in the workplace, they want girls to stay home, they want absolutely no education for girls," said Manizha Naderi, Executive Director, Women for Afghan Women. She advocates for women in Afghanistan due to them not being able to. The government request that all girl schools be closed, however, expect for this girl school, which is rebellious to their order. The consequence for that was Shamisa having acid thrown in her face. The government will do anything in their power to control women. But, one law that says that 12 is too young to be married is the only by far that helps girls have some type of right. This video best shows what girls and women go through just to be free in their own country. They have no rights and are considered to be nothing.