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The International Commission on Human Rights has appointed four Pakistani and Yemeni women as goodwill ambassadors

Bayan News – It has been reported that three women from Pakistan and one woman from Yemen have been appointed as goodwill ambassadors by the International Commission on Human Rights.

According to published reports, these Pakistani and Yemeni women have received this distinction due to their struggles in the areas of gender equality, regional justice, and women’s empowerment.

Some professors at Afghan universities have stated that achieving high international standings requires human development that can only be achieved through knowledge and education.

This comes as the Taliban government, after coming to power in Afghanistan, imposed a ban on education for girls and women.

It has been nearly three years since the ban on educating girls, and so far, the Taliban has not reopened schools and universities for girls.

Taliban officials have stated that they are not opposed to educating girls and, based on this, a special committee is working on how to educate girls.

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