Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation (HCNR), said the advancements made by women in government and peace affairs over the past two decades will be preserved as the country moves towards the intra-Afghan negotiations.
The HCNR issued the statement after Abdullah’s meetings with members of the Afghan Women’s Network where they called for the protection of women’s rights and share in the country’s political future.
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The women also presented proposals and demands for the future of women in government and peace talks.
Abdullah stressed that the achievements of women will be preserved and emphasized that women will be at the forefront of future political decisions and developments, and that no decision will be taken against their will.
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He also promised that women would play a key role in leading the HCNR and other government departments.
Concerns about lack of women’s presence in peace talks
Although the fate of the peace and intra-Afghan dialogue keep changing, women empowerment organisations and rights activists have been complaining that women do not have a significant presence in the peace process.
Although the Afghan government has appointed five women to the 21-member peace negotiating team – Habiba Sarabi, Shahla Farid, Fawzia Kofi, Sharifa Zurmati and Fatemeh Gilani – a number of activists believe that their involvement is “symbolic” and
The most important part of peace talks with the Taliban is the fate of women in Afghanistan, because women suffered during the Taliban rule. Even now, the Taliban’s statements claim that in their Emirates, the share of women will be based on Islamic law.