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Jump to navigation. Search Search. Nangarhar local media bolstering the rights of women, say community members. Throughout , Sharq TV and other local media partners produced, broadcast and re-broadcast feature programmes and roundtable discussions on the negative impact of violence against women and the role that community members can play to protect rights of women. Panelists representing provincial authorities, women organizations, civil society, religious scholars and community leaders participated in several broadcasts highlighting the rights of women, as well as national laws to combat harassment and violence against women. Karimullah Karim, a student at Laghman University, is using his social media savvy to amplify the rights of women and engage his peers.

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Slain Female Media Workers ‌Buried in Jalalabad | TOLOnews

The three female employees of Enikaas TV and radio who were killed by unidentified gunmen in Jalalabad on Tuesday, were buried on Wednesday, relatives confirmed. The second incident happened a few minutes later when a gunman attacked Sadat in PD4 of Jalalabad city, Latifi said. Latifi confirmed that the national intelligence agency had been informed of possible threats ahead of the attack on the employees of Enikass TV. On December 10, , Malalai Maiwand, a journalist at the same TV station in Nangarhar, was killed with her driver in an attack by gunmen on their vehicle in Jalalabad. The perpetrators must be held accountable and stop their terrorism against Afghan civilians.

The young Afghan media worker who risked all for women's rights

Islamic State militants have said they shot dead three women who worked for a TV station in eastern Afghanistan. The women were killed in two separate but co-ordinated attacks as they made their way home from work in Jalalabad. A fourth was critically hurt. Tuesday's shootings are part of a wave of killings, with rights activists, judges and journalists among targets. The Taliban are thought to be behind many of the incidents - but IS also has a presence, particularly in the east.
Now the same newsroom is mourning Shahnaz. Aged 20, she was one of three female employees at Enikas TV gunned down on their way home from work on Tuesday. Authorities believe it was the latest in a series of targeted attacks on female journalists, civil society members and working women. Some officials and diplomats blame the violence on the Taliban, which, since being ousted in a U. The hardline Islamist group is involved in U.