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Maarya Rabbani
MSc student interested in accessible & inclusive education. Previously: . Instant coffee connoisseur.
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Maarya Rabbani May 19
“Both [Cambridge & Oxford] are also set to introduce radical measures to try to boost access further for students from poorer backgrounds, including a free foundation year at Oxford with lower entry requirements for working-class and black and ethnic-minority students.” 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Maarya Rabbani May 17
Replying to @RiannaStarheim
Perfect for “man size” messes 😂 jeez this is as absurd as the “bic for her” ballpoint pen campaign...
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Maarya Rabbani May 17
In the summer of my senior year of high school I volunteered to assist the Kabul-based program director in outreach sessions for Afghan children in the “Skate & Create” back to school program - the work they do at Skateistan is incredible & the kids there are insanely talented!
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UNAMA News May 16
Returned to its former splendour. The Eid Gah Mosque, a landmark built in 1869, reopened this week on completion of renovation after it had sustained damage from a bomb blast.
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Maarya Rabbani May 14
So so true - quote of the day!
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ANADOLU AGENCY (ENG) May 10
Minor Afghan girl regains eyesight in Turkey
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Marta Santos Pais May 9
All children have the right to be protected from all forms of violence. All children, all the time. Please RT if you agree! pic:
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Maarya Rabbani May 8
My prayers are with these children always. Seeing a bobbing sea of white scarves form into a roaring cloud of giggles and playful banter at the gates of their school each morning fills my heart with so much joy and so much hope for our future. Civilians are
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Maarya Rabbani May 5
Wishing everyone a blessed Ramadan this month; a time for reflection, appreciation and spiritual recharging. Here’s a Kabul bumper sticker fit for the arrival of 😄 “Turn to Allah, before you return to Allah”
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Besim Can Zırh May 3
ODTÜ'deki oturuma katılım düşük ama sorular ve katkılar değerliydi. BIAA'deki oturuma katılım ise yoğun oldu ve tartışma farklı ülkelerden deneyimlerle oldukça zengin geçti. Günün sonunda kitabın Türkçeye çevrilmesine gayret etmeye karar verdik. Herkese teşekkürler.
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Maarya Rabbani May 3
Last night's lecture @ the British Institute in Ankara led to some very interesting insights & questions concerning the internal/external complexities of headscarf wearing professionals in contemporary Turkey; a nexus of fashion, religion, politics & economy Pics from
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Maarya Rabbani May 1
“...migration & displacement continue to elicit some negative responses in modern societies... It is here that ’s role to ‘promote understanding, tolerance & friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups’, is key...”
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Maarya Rabbani Apr 29
“...I don’t want anyone to censor themselves, speak from your heart” - said President in his opening speech...well there you go, someone spoke from the heart and is taken out of the hall by the hand. Why are jirga supporters silent about this? Shame.
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Maarya Rabbani Apr 29
Says to an audience full of pro-jirga yes men & women... I remain skeptical of the outcome of these sorts of dialogues. Don’t know what new solutions or ideas could come from groupthink environments 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Suraya Dalil Apr 26
“Women currently constitute 14% of Afghanistan’s MFA, a notable increase from just 7% in the past few years. MFA is determined to increase women’s role” Minister said in his report to the public. A comprehensive strategy must be implemented to continue the rise.
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Sibghatullah Ahmadi Apr 25
1/2 FM in his annual brief to ppl of Afghanistan, As the executer of the country's foreign policy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan has played a significant role in chasing the predetermined goals within the the five axis of the foreign policy
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Maarya Rabbani Apr 23
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Maarya Rabbani Apr 22
I am amenable to being intellectually challenged and even changing views if convinced so long as it’s done respectfully - curses, personal attacks, physical harassment or any form of bullying online or offline is not the way to go. Absolutely abhorring
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Kawoon Khamoosh Apr 17
Girls and Boys in school uniforms in Herat
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Maarya Rabbani Apr 17
Replying to @SafiaBarikzai
That’s incredible!! Inshallah! We should go visit Samarkand on our next adventure 😄
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