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Women's Rights in Afghanistan
Transcript of Women's Rights in Afghanistan
http://legacy.lclark.edu/dept/chron/objects/afghan_school.jpg However Tall the Mountain by Awista Ayub Help make this not an excuse How does the lack of rights affect the society? What is the first step? Also, when women get the right to talk, they need confidence which in most countries are gained when they go to school. So if women were given the right to go to school, it would at the end, help women fight for their rights because they have developed those communication skills that we as students learn at school. When women get independent, being able to go to public places by themselves, they gain confidence. When they get confidence, they are able to do things that they were not able to do before. So the first step to helping the women’s rights is education.