It’s been a disastrous year for human rights in Afghanistan, especially for women and girls. Afghans are wondering what the world will do to defend their rights. So far the answer has been not much.
Human Rights Watch

Aug 15, 2022 · 7:20 AM UTC

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The international community said "the rights of women are not negotiable" at the Bonn conference. I wonder were they human at that time but not now? The international community not doing enough to make a difference in people's lives, especially women in Afghanistan.
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The world's inaction is disappointing. But I believe Taliban will not change course unless the Taliban's enablers (the actors behind the scene who have been supporting the Taliban for years) are pressured.
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The same is true for Black women in America. NOTHING is done to stop our ethnic cleansing @hrw but we don't get the global attention others do. @UN_HRC @amnesty
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I think we need to stop trusting the international community as they don’t have our best interest. The real people of this land will continue to fight for their freedom despite the strongest countries supporting the Talibans.
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Where were women's rights at that time?
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It’s been a disastrous year for human rights in the ‘civilised’ West, especially for women and girls. Afghans and everybody else who may not be part of the ‘civilised’ West are wondering what the world will do to defend their rights. So far the answer has been not much.
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