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After 35 Years| 39mins
Director: Alka Sadat | Producer: Roya Sadat
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Afghanistan
Subject Tags: afghanistan, gender, governance, human rights, middle east, politics, religion
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Afghanistan has one of the world’s worst ratings in terms of domestic violence. All of this stems out of a lack of family law in our judicial system. Those working on reform work very hard to find solutions for this problem but face severe opposition from the conservatives. Meanwhile, the cries of women committing self-immolation and the street children, in the dynamics of a society, make one face the stories of bitter realities and inspiring struggles.

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