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Afghan civil society activist Horia Mosadiq in Bamyan, Afghanistan.
Afghan civil society activist Horia Mosadiq in Bamyan, Afghanistan.

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Horia Mosadiq works for Amnesty International on their Afghanistan dossier, traveling between London and Kabul. Previously, she was Director of the Afghanistan Human Rights Research and Advocacy Consortium (HRRAC). As well, she has worked as an advisor to the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, as a political officer at the Canadian Embassy in Kabul, and as a journalist in Afghanistan and Pakistan. A former member of the Afghanistan Media Commission, Horia writes articles for Afghan media, and is regularly interviewed about human rights, women's affairs and media. In this photograph, she is looking out over Bamyan, a town in central Afghanistan where once stood the giant Buddhas that were destroyed by the Taliban.
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Keywords: UNESCO exhibition Voices on Rise female Afghan journalists
Photographer: Tim Mansel
Copyright: Tim Mansel
Date: 2008
Place: Bamyan
Country: Afghanistan
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