Without IDs, Afghan Women Remain Invisible in the Justice System
Afghan women are often unable to obtain basic legal documents such as national IDs and marriage certificates, which makes it difficult to seek help from the courts when they are in trouble, says Marion Guillaume of the Samuel Hall think-tank. To read Guillaume's full blog through News Deeply, click here.
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