Throughout history, oppressive systems were destroyed and collapsed due to effective movements and demands for justice. However, compared to widespread and integrated movements, Individual voices and scattered movements were not persuasive. Thus, to reach the desired goals and obtain the violated rights, all voices must unite, and all moves lead in the same direction. In history, women are known to be the most vulnerable and oppressed sections of society. Although their role has been significant, prominent, and outstanding in all fields, why should they bear the burden of deprivation, condemnation, and violence? Do the negative attitudes of society cause this abominable phenomenon or discriminatory motives?
Why and how Afghan women are condemned today requires in–depth consideration and practical measures from all national and international supporting institutions, global communities, and Afghan women inside and outside the country. To get rid of this blockage, necessary, dynamic, and calculated solutions are required. Indeed, the implementation of all strategies and policies depends on the correlation and coordination of Afghan women. The lack of cooperation and coherent coordination in any kind of litigation activity will be unproductive and aid the enemy.
To achieve their lofty goals, Afghan women need interaction and acceptance, so that with this social capital and political ingenuity, they can overcome the challenges ahead. Today Afghan women should manage their civil movements with correlation and coherence. They must review their past activities, continue to use their strengths, and turn their weaknesses into power. Understanding the significance of this issue can be an opportunity to harmonize the movements of civil and political activists with the agreement of international institutions. The vital thing here is how to use it so that it should not be wasted. The path of justice is filled with difficulties. Fortunately, the brave women of Afghanistan know both the manners and language of leading such movements from their experiences.
The implementation of all these violent acts, and the forced migration of human rights activists, has made the burden of the struggle heavy for women inside the country. The uncertain and inconsistent support from other societies has left the women of Afghanistan even more vulnerable. Meanwhile, the women of Afghanistan continue to struggle for their rights and ideals.
In light of the current authoritarian and oppressive ruling system, Afghan women must make policy changes, implement new mechanisms, and redefine their capacities and means of struggle. They cannot afford to make the same mistakes as in the past; they need to be aware of the risks involved. To ensure the success of the universal movement, Afghan women must maintain correlation, cohesion, and harmony.