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Amnesty launches 16-Day Campaign for Afghanistan’s women on anti-violence day

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Fidel Rahmati
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Amnesty International Takes Action on International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Amnesty International has launched a dedicated 16-day campaign to address the critical situation faced by women and girls in Afghanistan.

Amnesty International’s campaign aims to amplify the voices of human rights activists, politicians, artists, protestors, and teachers, uniting a diverse range of perspectives to combat violence against women and girls in Afghanistan.

The organization calls on all human rights activists, protestors, and various groups to express solidarity and support for Afghan women and girls. The campaign runs from November 25 to December 10, marking an essential period of activism.

Afghan women and girls are encouraged to share their experiences during this campaign using the designated hashtags provided by the rights organization. This allows their stories to reach a global audience and shed light on their struggles.

On a prominent social media platform, Amnesty International has launched the #16DaysOfActivism campaign, featuring messages from various advocates, including human rights defenders, activists, protestors, artists, politicians, and teachers.

To facilitate a broader conversation, Amnesty International has requested the use of specific hashtags, such as #speakupforafghanwomen, #16DaysOfActivismAgainstGenderBasedViolence, and #16DaysOfActivism, when sharing messages of support and solidarity.

Amnesty International’s campaign underscores the importance of collective action and global awareness in addressing the challenges faced by Afghan women and girls. By uniting diverse voices, we can work towards a world free from gender-based violence.

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