Episode 107: The Risks for Women in Afghanistan

In this week’s episode, Dominic Bowen speaks with Pashtana Durrani about the Afghan situation and women’s education and how has the crisis effected Afghan girls across the country. Moreover, Dominic discuss with Pashtana on her thoughts and experience as an Afghan woman and how she has proceeded with her initiatives to spread education through her educational network.

Pashtana Durrani is is an Afghan feminist, activist, and educator. At the age of 21, she became the head of her family following her father’s passing. By then she had already founded LEARN Afghanistan, the country’s first-ever digital school network.  

Find out more about LEARN Afghanistan on their website and more about Pashtana on our Guest Information.

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With contributory efforts from Nadia A.

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