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Pr release: G7 statement on the Taliban banning Afghan women from aid work

The particular Taliban continue to demonstrate their contempt for the rights, freedoms, and welfare of the Afghan people, particularly women and ladies, and their disinterest in normal relations with the worldwide community. Women are absolutely central to humanitarian and basic needs operations.   Unless they participate in aid delivery in Afghanistan, NGOs will be unable to reach the country’s the majority of vulnerable people to provide meals, medicine, winterization, and other materials and services they need to live.   This would also impact the humanitarian assistance provided by worldwide organizations, as international companies utilize NGOs to deliver such materials and services. To this finish, we are in close connection with the United Nations, who are recommending, also on behalf of all international donors, that the Taliban reverse this decision immediately.   This would avoid any interruption and allow the continuation of all humanitarian operations of worldwide and national NGOs. The Foreign Ministers of Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, as well as the United  States and the High Representative of the European Union are gravely concerned that the Taliban’s careless and dangerous order barring female employees of nationwide and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from the workplace places at risk millions of Afghans who have depend on humanitarian assistance for survival.   We call on the Taliban to urgently reverse this decision. We support the particular Afghan people’s calls for women and women to return to operate, school, and university, and for women to continue to play important roles in humanitarian plus basic needs assistance shipping, and we urge the Taliban to respect the politics, economic, social, and ethnic rights of women and women in Afghanistan.


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