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Global VoicesJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
AfghanistanInsurgents have imposed their own regulations and curriculum.
AfghanistanTraditional mores often prevent women even working outside the home, let alone running for office.
AfghanistanLucrative trade risks further delegitimising electoral process.
CubaThe revolution was supposed to bring equality for women but the reality is very different.
AfghanistanConservative traditions mean that most do not even have national ID cards.
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