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OIC urges lift on Afghan women’s education, employment restrictions

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The media center announced the meeting between Tariq Ali Bakheet, the special representative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy of the Taliban Prime Minister. They stated that Mr. Bakheet called for the lifting of educational and employment restrictions on women.

According to the report, Mr. Bakheet praised women’s achievements in the economic sector during the meeting and called for removing restrictions on women’s education and employment.

The special representative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation further added that some Islamic countries have concerns about Afghanistan that need to be discussed closely with the Taliban administration. However, the government media centre has not been reminded about these concerns.

According to the media center’s report, the representative of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation emphasized the value of education for Islamic countries and stated that these countries are ready to cooperate in women’s education.

Taliban claim that their leadership’s decree regarding “protecting” girls, banning forced marriages of girls, and addressing their inheritance is being implemented.

He also mentioned that female teachers and government employees receive their salaries at home while working in government offices.

More than two years have passed since the closure of girls’ schools and the suspension of education for women in Afghanistan, yet there is no sign of reopening educational institutions.

It is worth mentioning that the global community’s important demands for more interaction with the current regime include the reopening of educational institutions and the allowing of women to work in government and non-governmental organizations.

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