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Flying Down to Kabul: Women in Afghanistan: Employment




Aug 1st, 2006 | Comments

Flying Down to Kabul: Women in Afghanistan: Introduction

Learn more about Afghan women in education, politics, and the professional world.

Aug 1st, 2006 | Comments

Flying Down to Kabul: Map: Airspace Politics: Introduction

Explore the laws governing air space for international travel.

Aug 1st, 2006 | Comments

Flying Down to Kabul: Filmmaker Notes: Artist Simone Kærn

Simone Kærn discusses her inspiration for flying from Denmark to Afghanistan in a small 1961 Piper Colt airplane, and her experiences during the filming of “Flying Down to Kabul.”

Aug 1st, 2006 | Comments

Border Jumpers: The World’s Most Complex Borders: Introduction

This feature examines eleven fences around the world.

Jul 26th, 2006 | Comments

Class of 2006: Map: Family Law in the Middle East and North Africa: Map

Family Law is the category of law that deals with family issues and domestic relations.

Jul 25th, 2006 | Comments

Class of 2006: Photo Essay: Women in Other Major World Religions

Learn more about other women who have effected in different religions.

Jul 25th, 2006 | Comments

Class of 2006: Interview with Ambassador Dennis Ross

Ambassador Dennis Ross discusses the role of women in Muslim societies, Moroccan politics, and democracy and U.S. foreign policy in the Arab world.

Jul 25th, 2006 | Comments

Class of 2006: Filmmaker Notes: Producer Charlotte Mangin and Director Gini Reticker

During my honeymoon in Tangier in the summer of 2004, the Moroccan press was abuzz with news of King Mohammed VI's progressive new family law. Granting women equal rights in marriage, divorce, and the ownership of property, it was hailed as a revolutionary step toward women's empowerment in the Arab world.

Jul 25th, 2006 | Comments

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