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Farkhonda Tahery

I am a senior student of Sociology and Philosophy at Kabul University. I am passionate about research in social sciences with a keen interest in education and gender studies. I am a Women to Women 2016—Women International Leadership Conference alumnae. I am an exchange student of Youth Solidarity and English Language Program (YSEL 2013). I am currently running Gami Baray Hamzisti program which focuses on teaching peaceful engagement in the society and conflict resolution.

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Latest posts by Farkhonda Tahery

23 May 2019

Afghanistan's ‘Art Lords’ on painting change at street level

"The common people like this work. The art is for them."

30 April 2019

Afghanistan's dwindling Sikh and Hindu communities turn towards the exits

A recent survey found that 60.7% of respondents would emigrate if they were given opportunity.”

8 August 2018

What destiny for diversity in Afghanistan? The case of Sikhs and Hindus

"So sad! I can’t imagine their grief and pain when leaving the country, especially, Avtar Singh’s family whose wounds are still fresh!"

24 July 2018

Why Bamyan province brings out the best of Afghanistan

"These pictures give us a clear message: security, awareness and gender equality. I wish to have such gatherings in all provinces."

21 June 2018

Peace marchers from Helmand look to change Afghanistan's narrative

"Seeing them was a moment of joy and healing for mom and me."