Latest Taliban News

Remembering Four-legged Warrior
Cornell Helps Displaced Scholars Rebuild Lives, Careers
Thousands Honour Veterans’ March At Memorial
Veteran who lost both legs in Afghanistan to take first steps on new Parade Ground
Social entrepreneur Hedayat Osyan wins Les Murray Award for Refugee Recognition
Regional environment behind recent terror attacks will likely support extreme groups
Greens join call to create special visa for Palestinians
UN expert calls on international community to prioritise human rights of Afghans in any ‘normalisation’: Afghanistan
Gender apartheid must be recognised as a crime against humanity, UN experts say
Taliban’s arbitrary arrests and detention of women and girls over dress code must end immediately, UN experts say: Afghanistan
Australia Day Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in the community
From war-torn Afghanistan to RAAF
Adopting Resolution 2721 (2023), Security Council Requests Secretary-General Appoint Special Envoy for Afghanistan
BEHIND ENEMY LINES: THE FORGOTTEN HEROISM OF COLONEL X
Women are increasingly at-risk in conflict and underrepresented in peace processes, according to a UN report
Humanitarian assistance in response to Afghanistan earthquake
Statement on Afghanistan by UN Women Executive Director Sima Bahous
Second anniversary of Taliban takeover: Afghanistan
Afghan women’s football team a symbol of resistance against Taliban repression
UN human rights experts denounce idea of “reformed” Taliban: Afghanistan
Refugee intake increase a step in the right direction
Imagining Peace: In Conversation with Mark Isaacs and Benjamin Gilmour
Support for vulnerable communities in Afghanistan
Impact of improvised explosive devices on Civilians in Afghanistan: Afghanistan
July Exhibitions – Diverse arts and culture on exhibition
Georges River Council celebrates “Finding Freedom” in Refugee Week 2023
UN experts: Taliban edicts suffocating women and girls in Afghanistan
Afghan women suffer extreme discrimination, restrictions and violence – Deputy High Commissioner
Australia must increase humanitarian intake amidst record-breaking displacement
“There should be a UN Human Rights Office everywhere.”: Türk
UN experts appalled by Taliban announcement on capital punishment: Afghanistan
Systematic crackdown on women’s and girls’ rights, UN experts say: Afghanistan
Security Council Condemns Decision by Taliban to Ban Afghan Women from Working for United Nations in Afghanistan, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2681 (2023)
Australia must act urgently as Afghanistan faces its worst economic and food crisis on record
Taliban must stop targeting Afghan women: Afghanistan
Statement on Afghanistan by Sima Bahous, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women
Comment by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk on Afghanistan
Quality education must be equally accessible to all, UN experts say: Afghanistan
Eighteen months after ban, classroom doors must open for secondary school girls
Security Council Extends Mandate of Special Political Mission in Afghanistan, Requests Independent Assessment of In-Country Efforts, Adopting Two Texts
Joint Statement from Foreign Ministers on the Situation for Women and Girls in Afghanistan on International Women’s Day
UN experts say 20 years of progress for women and girls’ rights erased since Taliban takeover: Afghanistan
Inspiring humanitarian receives Key to the City on International Women’s Day
Digital rights are women’s rights
ACU hosts global art project in support of Afghan girls and women
PREMIER’S SPEECH – UN International Women’s Day Lunch
International Women’s Day Parliamentary Breakfast
Security Council: Peacebuilding