Young girl wearing a black dress and white head cloth plays with a soccer ball on a dusty footpath in Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s Return to Misogyny Under Taliban Rule: Afghan Women Banned From Sports

For many of us, sport is an essential part of our lives. Whether you play competitively or just for fun, it’s a chance to connect with others, improve your mental health and increase your confidence. Even if you don’t participate … Continue reading Afghanistan’s Return to Misogyny Under Taliban Rule: Afghan Women Banned From Sports

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The Golden Age of Afghanistan and Downfall of the Nation – A Journey of Afghanistan from 1919 to 2021

The year is 1964. Traders are bustling around the Kabul bazaar selling carpets and mats, spices, and refreshments of all kinds in a streamline of cloth-topped huts. The air smells like roasted chestnuts and sulaimani tea sharp against the scent … Continue reading The Golden Age of Afghanistan and Downfall of the Nation – A Journey of Afghanistan from 1919 to 2021

Pakistani Nobel Prize recipient and education activist Malala Yousafzai speaking in a classroom of girls

Anthropology: Sociocultural Implications in the Struggle for Women’s Education in Pakistan

In the advanced world we live in today, information is easily accessible at the touch of our fingertips. Through the internet, learning has become much easier than it was in the past. However, receiving an academic education is still difficult … Continue reading Anthropology: Sociocultural Implications in the Struggle for Women’s Education in Pakistan

Taliban-Afghanistan Peace Deal: Withdrawal of Troops from Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s peace process contains proposals and talks aimed at ending the ongoing war in Afghanistan. Despite occasional efforts since the war in 2001, talks with the peace movement intensified in 2018 between talks between the Taliban. An opposition group that … Continue reading Taliban-Afghanistan Peace Deal: Withdrawal of Troops from Afghanistan