Coursen-Neff, Senior Researcher of the Children's Rights division
at Human Rights Watch comments on the report she co-authored: "Lessons in Terror: Attacks on Education in Afghanistan."
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What were your findings?
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In the report, you say there have been both direct and indirect effects of
the attacks. Can you explain?
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How do the attacks on Afghanistan’s education system particularly affect
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Do Afghan citizens really want women to be educated?
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Would you consider these attacks on the education system war crimes?
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What is Human Rights Watch recommending as far as solving these attacks on the
education system and the problems associated with them?
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