Call to End Sexual Harassment Against Women and Girls in Afghanistan

WCLRF held a conference to share the findings of a research report on “Role of EVAW Commissions in addressing Sexual harassment” in Kabul on December 5, 2017 with participation of EVAW high Commission members, MPs, Civil Society Activists, Kabul Provincial Council members, University Students and Media. The event mean to share the research report’s findings and recommendations for betterment of EVAW commissions in effective tackling with sexual harassment and to advocate for its recommendations’ implementation nationwide.

Appreciating the initiative and the research report’s dissemination, MoWA’s professional deputy, First Lady’s representative, an MP and UN-Women’s representative (the panelists) committed to effectively working against sexual harassment and to creating a safe and harassment-free environment for women throughout Afghanistan.

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