ON THE MEDIA, ON AFGHANISTAN | Handing the microphone to Afghan women

May 13, 2021

Four Afghan women were killed in as many days in March 2021 – targeted for being women working in television and in medicine. As Afghanistan’s peace process is marked by increasing violence, BBC Media Action held remarkable sessions of their Open Jirga and WhatMatters2U programmes, giving women from the farthest corners of the country a voice.

Source: BBC Media Action, Shazia Haya, March 10, 2021, Handing the microphone to Afghan women

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