Women’s rights are human rights

Shaesta Waiz, a professional Afghan-American pilot, talked to schoolgirls in Kabul in 2017, hoping to inspire them to pursue fields in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), which have barriers for women, especially in Afghanistan. Photo: UNDP Afghanistan / Omer Sadaat
Schools must be safe for girls to provide a truly equitable education. Photo: UNDP Colombia
Time spent collecting fuel and water detracts from girls’ education and leisure. Photo: Alun McDonald for Oxfam




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