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Afghanistan, a landlocked country in Central Asia, is renowned for its complex history, rugged landscapes, and diverse cultural heritage. With a population of over 38 million people, Afghanistan is a melting pot of ethnicities, languages, and traditions. The country’s history is a tapestry of ancient civilizations, from the Mauryan Empire to the Ghaznavids and the Mughals, each leaving their imprint on the region. Afghanistan is characterized by breathtaking natural beauty, from the majestic Hindu Kush mountains to the vast deserts and lush valleys. The country is also famous for its intricate artistry, seen in the exquisite craftsmanship of carpets, pottery, and traditional Afghan clothing. Despite its struggles, Afghanistan is home to resilient and hospitable people who hold onto their cultural traditions and have a deep sense of community. Efforts are being made to rebuild the country and restore stability, with a focus on education, infrastructure development, and promoting peace. As Afghanistan navigates its path forward, it remains a place of historical significance, a crossroads of civilizations, and a land that beckons to be understood beyond its current challenges.

Policy on Human Rights Protection in Afghanistan

Northern Justice Watch is committed to protecting human rights globally, emphasizing accountability for crimes against humanity. We are aware of the ongoing deterioration and allegations of crimes against humanity, particularly against women and children. We focus our attention and resources on fostering justice and accountability for Afghani newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization.  To achieve this, we will, among other things: 


  • Monitor, document, and publicly report on human rights violations in Afghanistan by relying on evidence-based findings and remaining impartial in our documentation;
  • Provide advocacy and support tailored to Afghani newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization, with a specific focus on the protection of women and children;
  • Form strategic partnerships with other organizations and government bodies at all levels to provide relief to Afghani newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization;
  • Engage in interventions to facilitate the opening of investigations and other redress-seeking processes for Afghani newcomers and survivors seeking support from our organization.
  • Providing education options for Afghani women whose right to education was unlawfully bereaved by the Taliban education ban.


We are deeply concerned with the human rights situation in Afghanistan. We urge government bodies at all levels to investigate the allegations of serious atrocity crimes against women and children in Afghanistan. We unwaveringly believe in the dignity and worth of every individual and are committed to restoring justice and accountability in Afghanistan.

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