Taliban are erasing women and girls from society, experts warn the Security Council

UNAMA briefed Security Council on Thursday . Taliban has severely restricted exercise of basic human rights in the region .

New York, June 24 : Women and girls in Afghanistan are being forced to live without their most basic human rights, including freedom of assembly, expression, and expression, according to Ramiz Alakbarov, the UN Special Representative and officer-in-charge for the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), who briefed the Security Council on Thursday, highlighting that the Taliban has severely restricted the exercise of basic human rights in the region, including the ban on secondary schooling for girls and the adoption UNAMA will continue to be a vocal and visible voice in defending the rights of the Afghan people, particularly women and girls, according to Yulda Hakim, an international correspondent and news presenter for BBC News, who said she was speaking to the Council as a daughter of Afghanistan with a personal and deep connection to the area.She added that today is the day that the Taliban removed teenage girls from school, marking 279 days, and that Afghanistan is now the only country in the world where girls are refused admission to college or locked out of their classrooms simply because of their gender.Education is not a luxury but a fundamental human right, according to Julia Royan, consultant for VOICE Amplified, who claims that the Taliban has announced more than 30 initiatives that are effectively eliminating women from all walks of life and enforcing them with violence.In April, the Taliban tortured and killed a midwife in Mazar-e-Sharif, amputating her legs, stabbing her and shooting her 12 times, simply because she was a woman and a Hazara.Tajiks in Panjshir, Baghlan, and Takhar Provinces are arbitrarily arrested, killed, tortured, and forcibly displaced, she said.

His office, on the other hand, does not have enough funding.He said that only one-third of the funds needed for the 2022 Humanitarian Response Plan had been received, urging for more funds.delegates expressed their condolences to the victims of yesterday's earthquake in Afghanistan, which killed at least 800 people.Several members echoed the calls for greater global support for the 2022 Afghanistan Humanitarian Response Plan issued by UN senior officials.