Universities have reopened six months after Taliban returned to power, but only a trickle of women have returned to classrooms.
Afghanistan’s main universities have reopened six months after the Taliban returned to power, but only a trickle of women have returned to now-segregated classes.
Most secondary schools for girls and all public universities were shuttered following the Taliban’s August 15 takeover, sparking fears women would be barred from education – as happened during the first rule of the Taliban, from 1996-2001.
Read more at — Aljazeera.com
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