FEFA organized a debate in Nangarhar
Youth and women form the basic bodies of a society, so the role and participation of youth and women in all "political, social" spheres is essential, and the participation of women and youth in political and social processes is time-consuming. Ensuring a meaningful presence in senior management and political processes, so as to improve the political and social status of women and youth, the Ministry of Women Affairs and Youth Ministry of Information and Culture are within the framework of the current government, despite the challenges and challenges of women and youth. Over the course of eighteen years the struggle has not ended and in many cases their significant role and presence ignored. With this in mind, FEFA, experienced in overseeing all elections in the country and encouraging women and youth in democratic and political processes, is determined to engage with a large number of women, youth, and government officials. The Ministry of Women's Affairs and Youth Assistance for the first time organizes this program to build a bridge and linkages between women, youth and authorities and make them accountable to improve and ensure the meaningful presence of women and youth in the community The debate in Nangarhar was conducted on 11th September with different participants from different categories and find out these problems . illiteracy and lack of effective programs to link women's fundamental rights in Nangarhar: • Election fraud; • lack of awareness of families; • lack of female police; • Avoiding polling stations; • not hiring female employees; • Women's economic dependency.
One of the barriers that women cannot overcome their political goals is Dr. Sheila (Rahmani), who cites such cases as invalidation of the election process, which ultimately led to the discrediting of the electoral commissions. Participants consider youth participation in the process as good, despite many challenges preventing youth participation, but in Nangarhar province youth have been able to participate and participate actively in the election process. Officials and participants have recently welcomed such programs and called for such programs in the future.
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