Three women from Afghanistan share their vision of returning the right to education to women living under the Taliban.
One year after the Taliban took over Kabul, Afghan woman tells her story of how she got out of Afghanistan and what
Even in exile, Salman Haider has continued using social media to oppose blasphemy laws in Pakistan and advocate for human rights.
While the government has promised to increase the number of Afghan refugees escaping Taliban rule, critics are finding that lack of communication
Canada and the U.S. have a history of cooperation on immigration and asylum. But the results have not always been favourable for
The Taliban is trying to achieve legitimacy through international recognition of its regime, but its actions -- which violate the Doha Agreement
As the desperate situation in Afghanistan evolves, Vancouver-based Afghan journalist, Hamid Safi explores what has changed in the Taliban in the past
Her story reads like a movie script. Twenty years ago, Maryam Monsef fled the brutal rule of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan
Hamid Karzai arrived in Kandahar 13 years ago, as a relatively unknown man ready to topple the Taliban’s stronghold and lead the
On March 15, the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa held a day-long symposium on Afghanistan. It was not