Civil society gathering calls for trust-building

KABUL (Tolo News): The participants at the second day of the consultative gathering of the Afghan civil society called for trust-building between the Islamic Emirate and different areas, particularly civil society activists. The gathering was held for two days in Kabul, and more than 283 representatives of civil society, Islamic scholars, tribal elders and families of war victims from across the country participated.
“The fundamental rights of citizens based on Islamic values and Afghan tradition, such as providing education for boys and girls at all levels, as well as women’s access to work (were discussed),” said Mustafa Sadeqi, a civil society activist. The Ministry of Information and Culture welcomed the gathering and called for cooperation of the participants with the government to find a solution to the Afghan crisis.