RASC: At the same time as nearly two years have passed since the ban on girls’ education in the country, a number of civil activists and some politicians wanted to open the gates of education to girls by launching the “National Campaign for Girls’ Education”.
The organizers of this campaign criticized the continued suspension of girls’ education in the country on Sunday, of July 2.
In this declaration, it is emphasized that the Taliban group should not prevent the education process of girls and women in the country for various reasons.
The members of the media committee of the National Campaign for the Education of Girls did not consider the ban on the education of girls and women in Afghanistan to be good for the people and asked Islamic countries and religious scholars to convince the Taliban as soon as possible to allow girls to be educated.
It has been nearly two years since the Taliban group came to power and the school gates were closed to the girls.
The announcement states that there are no signs of reopening schools and universities by the Taliban group in the country.
A number of the organizers of this campaign considered the deprivation of education in Afghanistan as oppression against the girls in the country. The announcement added that the educational and educational restrictions of girls in Afghanistan are no longer tolerable and the Taliban group should give in to the demands of the people in this regard.
Meanwhile, the international community has repeatedly asked the Taliban group to remove the restrictions imposed on women’s education and work in Afghanistan.
It is worth mentioning that the officials of the Ministry of Education of the Taliban group called the restrictions against girls temporary and announced the creation of a new educational plan and the provision of suitable conditions for the education of girls. Nevertheless, there are still no signs of girls returning to education.