The Taliban had promised teenage girls in Afghanistan would get to return to school for the first time since August. But on March 23, schools had only been open for a few hours before the Taliban shut them down indefinitely — plunging Afghan girls’ futures back into limbo.
In this episode:
Pashtana Durrani, Executive Director of LEARN Afghanistan (@BarakPashtana)
Heather Barr, Associate Women’s Rights Director, Human Rights Watch (@heatherbarr1)
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