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Sima Samar, a top Afghan human rights and women’s rights advocate, was appointed to the United Nations High Level Advisory Board of Mediation. Dr. Samar has been a leading advocate for human rights and women’s rights and has served in high ranking role...

Afghan Woman Appointed to Key UN Post

Sima Samar, a top Afghan human rights and women’s rights advocate, was appointed to the United Nations High Level Advisory Board of Mediation. Dr. Samar has been a leading advocate for human rights and women’s rights and has served in high ranking role… Read more at: Feminist Newswire – Feminist Newswire

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The editor of Afghanistan's new women's magazine knows that her publication, Gellera, which features fashion tips alongside information about women's health and legal rights, may be met with criticism from some within Afghanistan. But, Fatana Hassanzada, 23, is not deterred. "Without agitation, we won’t reach an equilibrium,” she told the New York Times.<div>
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Seeking to Spark “New Conversations,” Young Afghan Women Create Women’s Magazine

The editor of Afghanistan’s new women’s magazine knows that her publication, Gellera, which features fashion tips alongside information about women’s health and legal rights, may be met with criticism from some within Afghanistan. But, Fatana Hassanzada, 23, is not deterred. “Without agitation, we won’t reach an equilibrium,” she told the New York Times. Related posts:Afghanistan’s […]

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