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#AFGHAN WEEK

16th – 19th. November The Norwegian Afghanistan Committee, together with Nansen Peace Center, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) is hosting the fifth Afghanistan Week. A week of debates, seminars and cultural events that focus on topics related to Afghanistan and Norwegian Afghanistan policy.

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Afghanistankomiteen er bekymret over at gutter og mannlige lærere blir kalt tilbake til skolene mens jenter og kvinnelige lærere blir bedt om å holde seg hjemme. For å sikre fortsatt støtte til det afghanske utdanningssystemet må både jenter og gutter ha lik tilgang til utdanning fra barnehage til videregående skole. ... Se merSe mindre

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En kan vel enda håpe at ikke det går tilbake til det samme som da Taliban sist hadde makten.

Dette er vel dessverre som forventet?

Geir Hausken, en kan jo håpe, men det snøret er nok tykt.

If any where stop talking and thinking about knowledge a human being feeling confused 😕🤔

Uttalelsen din er veldig interessant og støtter sannheten. Kvinner har også rett til utdanning.....

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