As the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP28) begins in Dubai today, where is Afghanistan?
For many Afghans, forced return will be tantamount to a death sentence.
What are the implications of sidelining countries like Afghanistan in international climate negotiations? And what are the subsequent impacts on migration and displacement?
Afghan women are at high-risk of persecution and violence in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The U.S. must prioritize their safety.
Many Afghans have lived in the country for generations and say they have nowhere else to go.
The Pakistani government has ordered all undocumented Afghans leave the country or face forced expulsions.
Since the Taliban assumed power in Afghanistan 2 years ago today, they have stripped Afghan women and girls of their most basic human rights.
The international community has failed to provide a unified, standard approach to assisting Afghan women. Join us to discuss a way forward.
It is time for the United States to support and prioritize brave Afghan women journalists who have nowhere else to turn.
Congress must pass the Afghan Adjustment Act, bipartisan legislation that would give Afghans paroled into the United States the ability to apply for permanent legal residency.