How student Milad came to Leipzig University from Kabul

Student Milan talking to Helen Matthey from the International Centre at Leipzig
Student Milan talking to Helen Matthey from the International Centre at Leipzig University. Photo: Lina Hörügel
Countless students and doctoral candidates around the world are at risk of having their right to education and/or other basic rights revoked either formally or de facto in their country of origin due to their ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender or religious identity, or their political or civil society activism. Many of these young people are subject to multiple forms of discrimination and persecution, also known as intersectional discrimination. One of them is human rights activist Milad Ahmad Amanzai. He studied civil engineering at Kabul University until the Taliban came to power in August 2021. ...
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