December 4, 2022

Afghanistan: Taliban announce new rules for female students

In a new set of rules, the Taliban has announced that Afghan universities will be segregated by gender and a new Islamic dress code will be introduced. The changes come after years of discussion about how to improve education opportunities for women in Afghanistan. The move is being seen as part of a process aimed at restoring peace in the country after over 30 years of war. The Taliban said that it wanted to introduce changes which would benefit all. The new rules will be implemented in areas under the control of the militant group, while some universities may continue with co-education if they choose. The Taliban also announced that women will be allowed to take exams in special female-only halls. In a statement, the group said: “Our people have realised that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face. According to UNICEF, Afghanistan has the second-highest number of out-of school children in world.

The new rules will be implemented in areas under the control of the militant group, while some universities may continue with co-education if they choose. The Taliban also announced that women will be allowed to take exams in special female-only halls. In a statement, the group said: “Our people have realized that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face. According

To implement these changes it will be necessary that everyone works together and with a sense of responsibility,” he said. “Our people have realized that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face. According

To implement these changes it will be necessary that everyone works together and with a sense of responsibility,” he said. “Our people have realized that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face. According

To implement these changes it will be necessary that everyone works together and with a sense of responsibility,” he said. “Our people have realized that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face. According

To implement these changes it will be necessary that everyone works together and with a sense of responsibility,” he said. “Our people have realized that their rights cannot be realized without education and knowledge.” The move follows reports of significant progress being made over the last few years regarding access to education for girls and young women in Afghanistan. However, there are still significant challenges to face.