Afghanistan’s twin human rights and humanitarian crises
For the reason that U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, 40 million Afghans have been coping with each a repressive regime and unprecedented financial hardship. Afghan residents’ on a regular basis lives have been upended by the nation’s two concurrent crises: a human rights disaster because of the Taliban’s restrictions on ladies’s capacity to work and its ban on women’ training past elementary faculty, and a dire humanitarian disaster, which has left two-thirds of the nation in want of humanitarian help and an estimated 6 million individuals “knocking on famine’s door.”
On Tuesday, April 25, the Middle for Center East Coverage at Brookings will convene a panel of specialists to debate these points and look at the coverage choices and challenges for the US and the worldwide group as they reply to those crises.
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