AIHRC

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AIHRCAfghan Independent Human Rights Commission
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The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission released a report in February 2005 which says that women in most parts of the country do not have access to any form of legal assistance, and that the courts are dominated by conservative figures who rarely rule in favour of women.
The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission reported 150 cases of child trafficking this year, though many suspect the actual level of trafficking is higher.
As Nader Nadery, of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, called for the head of the anti-terrorism department to be put on trial, Annetta's brother Andrew told of the family's relief at her release.
The role of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) has the firm backing of the EU Council, which recommends that the United Nations should pay constant attention to this issue.
"Ordinary people are tired," said Sima Samar, who heads the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and is director of the Shuhada Organization, an Afghan relief and development group with ties to a number of U.S.
Participants noted the initial concern of the UN High Commissioner with respect to the new appointments to the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC).
The AIHRC (Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission) estimates a 22 percent increase in the cases of violence against women in the last six months compared to the same period the previous year.
KABUL: Recently, the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) office in Kudoz province reported the rescue of a young woman who had been imprisoned in her in-laws' dungeon for seven months.
The Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission has logged 1026 cases of violence against women in the second quarter of 2011, compared with 2700 cases for the whole of 2010.
But Abdul Qadar Noorzai, head of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission in Kandahar, said villagers coming to see him reported that 20 to 25 civilians were killed and 30 to 35 wounded.
One of the main tasks would be for the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and UNAMA to strengthen a country-wide monitoring and investigation system as a first step to counter current human rights violations.
The figure was confirmed by Abdullah Abed who is in charge of child rights at the AIHRC (Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission).
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