Four months after the collapse of the Taliban regime, a handful of women journalists, trained by Aina and supported by UNESCO, were the first and only voice to speak up for the silenced majority of Afghan women. Now at the forefront of the women's movement, those brave and brilliant journalists work in Kabul or in Europe, in media or international organisations, and travel the world to their stories. This material cannot be posted online in full. It is available for consultation in our Reading Room or, when indicated, via Video on Demand (VOD)
Contents of the DVD
Afghanistan Unveiled, 52 minutes
Shadows, 52 minutes
Portraits "If I stand up"
4 portraits of 13 minutes each: Zakia Zaki, Anis & Simin, Malalai Joya and Massouda Jalal.
Kabul Short Stories
4 short stories, about 4 minutes each. The video presented here, "Solidarity Bakery", is one of these stories.
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