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Stop the Roll Back on Human Rights in Afghanistan

Since the day the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, Amnesty has documented killings of civilians and former government workers, horrific repression of the rights of women and girls, crackdowns on freedom of expression, beatings of journalists, and door-to-door searches for human rights activists.

Vulnerable Afghans are bearing the brunt of this violence.

Our teams are working hard to protect Afghan people and families. We need to collect as many signatures as possible from around the world to show the power of our movement.

Add your name to urge the Taliban de facto authorities to:

  • Immediately end gross human rights violations being committed in Afghanistan, including reprisal killings and attacks on ethnic and religious minorities, women and girls, LGBTI people, human rights defenders, civil society members, judges, lawyers, former government officials, journalists, and others.
  • Respect the full spectrum of women’s and girls’ human rights, including access to education for girls of all ages by immediately re-opening all schools and universities, ensuring access to healthcare, and allowing women to return to work.
  • Guarantee Afghans’ rights to freedom of expression and freedom of association. Abductions, arbitrary detentions, and beatings of journalists and peaceful protesters, including women protesters, must end.
  • Establish effective and transparent investigation and accountability mechanisms that deliver justice for human rights violations and war crimes including but not limited to enforced disappearances, arbitrary arrest, unlawful detention, and extra judicial killings, through fair trials without recourse to the death penalty.

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