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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

The 25th of November is the international day to eliminate violence against women. Everyone in almost all over the world revere this day and say no to women’s physical, sexual, and mental abuse. This day is nominated to show international determination to fight against women’s violence worldwide. At any level, the psychological and physical secureness of them in a society is a pre-required. because, they are half of the society’s population and bring cultural, political,

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The international education week

The International Education Week is an annual initiative that seeks to increase awareness and educational exchange around the world. November 14-20 of is designated as the international Education Week to garner more attention on making education accessible and cultivating future leaders. The central themes of Education Week are to Promote global education as an important tool to strengthen ties, cultural communication, fighting poverty and inequality, decreasing climate change and promoting sustainable development. Each year, number of

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On September 30th, 2022, a suicide attack in Kabul killed 35 teenagers who were gathered at the Kaj educational center to take a practice exam

At least 35 people were martyred in a suicide attack in Kabul at Kaj educational center in Kabul, Afghanistan, where hundreds of students were preparing for university entrance exams on Friday morning. Most of those martyred are girl students, while many male students are injured. In addition, at least one teacher is wounded. Casualties are high, and the exact numbers are still unknown. suicide attack in Kabul on Educational Centers Attack on educational centers and

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Girls in Afghanistan are suffering from mental illnesses

It has been 10 months since girls in Afghanistan were prohibited from attending secondary schools, leading to devastating consequences for them, their families, and the future of the country. Anxiety, fear, pressure, obsession, and forgetfulness are some of the things that these students have experienced during the last 10 months. Mina, one of the students supported by the HBT Organization educational-focused charity in Kabul, says that the closure of schools and the lack of access

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