By Elaheh Rostami-Povey
This ebook appears at how ladies have fought repression and challenged stereotypes, either inside Afghanistan and in diasporas in Iran, Pakistan, the U.S. and the united kingdom. taking a look at matters from violence less than the Taliban and the influence of Sept. 11 to the position of NGOs and the expansion within the opium financial system, Rostami-Povey will get in the back of the media hype and provides a colourful and numerous photo of those women's lives. the way forward for women's rights in Afghanistan, she argues, relies not just on overcoming neighborhood male domination, but additionally on difficult imperial domination and blurring the turning out to be divide among the West and the Muslim international. eventually, those worldwide dynamics may well pose a better risk to the liberty and autonomy of ladies in Afghanistan and in the course of the world.
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