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As Afghan women see shrinking public spaces, one activist reveals how the world can help


Afghan women and girls are anxiously waiting to see what their lives will look like under Taliban rule. Amna Nawaz speaks to Pashtana Durrani, founder and executive director of Learn, a nonprofit she created to ensure women and girls have access to education in Afghanistan, about the future fate of Afghan women. Durrani fled her home in Kandahar when the Taliban took control and is in hiding.

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