Rebelling And Rebuilding In Afghanistan
This project intimately tells the stories of the women - especially mothers - struggling for their rights and a better future in a violent but changing Afghanistan, portraying them as active agents, not victims.
- €19,731 Budget in Euros
- 2017-09-26 Final release date
- 9 Round winner
- 1 Location
- 4 Durations in months
Four decades of conflict have ravaged Afghanistan and its families. Widows are considered bad omens, and few women are literate or have worked outside the home. Widows can remarry relatives or leave the family but lose custody of children. There is no Pashto or Dari word for single mother. Many women have been stripped of their agency. And yet, women are battling the legal system for rights and demanding a place in society. We plan to intimately tell the stories of these women and their struggle for a better future in a violent but changing Afghanistan.
- Deze rechter maakt het leven van Afghaanse vrouwen elke dag iets beter
The New York Times
- The Dangers of Forcing Gender Equality in Afghanistan
- A Look Inside the First All-Female TV News Station in Afghanistan