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2019 | 45 | 11--29
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The Social Position of Women in Afghanistan after 2014

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Społeczna pozycja kobiet w Afganistanie po 2014 r.
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W poszczególnych częściach artykułu przedstawiono kulturowe, teoretyczne i prawne aspekty problematyki, faktyczną zmianę pozycji Afganek, bariery ich emancypacji oraz opinie Afgańczyków na temat wybranych zagadnień dotyczących funkcjonowania kobiet w społeczeństwie. Po zakończeniu w 2014 r. misji ISAF rząd prezydenta Aszrafa Ghaniego stanął przed poważnymi wyzwaniami w zakresie bezpieczeństwa. W związku z tym pojawiły się obawy, że kwestia praw kobiet może zostać zmarginalizowana. Spekulacje te nie potwierdziły się, ponieważ władze Afganistanu wykazują determinację w reformowaniu tego obszaru zagadnień. Problemem jest jednak wprowadzanie w życie nowych rozwiązań, szczególnie na terytoriach kontrolowanych przez talibów. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The individual parts of the article present cultural, theoretical and legal aspects of the problem, the actual change in the position of Afghan women, the barriers to their emancipation and the opinions of Afghans on selected issues in the area of women's functioning in society. After completing the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission in 2014, the government of President Ashraf Ghani faced major security challenges. There were therefore fears that the issue of women's rights could be marginalised. These speculations have not been confirmed because the Afghan authorities show determination to reform this area. However, the problem is the implementation of new solutions, especially in areas controlled by the Taliban. (original abstract)
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45
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11--29
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  • Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz
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