Afghanistan: Evaluation report on General Situation of Women in Afghanistan
Source:Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission
Report by the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission affirms that women's rights are enshrined in most international human rights treaties to which Afghanistan has joined, and thus the Afghan government has an obligation to observe these rights.
Submitted on Sat, 01/26/2008 - 01:00
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