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“Fatemi Hijab and Chastity” conference to be held in Kurdistan

Deputy of women’s affairs at World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought will hold conference on “Fatemi Hijab…

UN top female Muslim diplomat meets Taliban to convey alarm over women’s rights bans

UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed held talks with the Taliban, Afghanistan’s de facto authority, about women’s rights, a spokesperson said…

First Int’l Congress for Women of Influence kicks off in Tehran

The First International Congress for the Women of Influence opened here on Friday with the participation of women from different…

G-7 calls on Taliban to ‘urgently reverse’ ban on women aid workers

 The G-7 countries on Thursday called on the Taliban to “urgently reverse” a ban on women working with national and…

UN Security Council urges Taliban to reverse bans on Afghan women’s rights

The UN Security Council urged the Taliban in Afghanistan to reverse policies and practices Tuesday that further exclude women from…

Taliban minister defends ban on women’s university studies

The minister of higher education in the Taliban government on Thursday defended his decision to ban women from universities —…

Female students turned away from Afghan universities after Taliban ban

Female university students in Afghanistan were turned away from campuses on Wednesday after the Taliban-run administration said women would be…

India’s Supreme Court panel split on allowing hijab in classrooms

The matter arises from a ban in BJP-ruled Karnataka state that forbids students from wearing the headscarves in classrooms. A…

Muslim schoolchildren in France often denied food options that fit their faith

Although the subject gets little media coverage, the problem of food in French school cafeterias is a headache for many…

Asian women in US financial sector challenged over their race

Recent study by Asian American association has revealed the women identified as Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) express anger…

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