The Taliban have banned Afghan women from receiving higher education. Writes about it Associated Press.
This was announced after a meeting of the Taliban government. The AP refers to a letter from their spokesman for the Ministry of Higher Education, Ziaullah Hashmi. It says that private and public universities need to impose a ban as much as possible and report to the department. It will remain in effect until further notice.
Thus, the Taliban further toughened the position of Afghan women who want to get higher education. In August 2021, when the group seized power in the country, studies in universities and schools in Afghanistan were suspended for women. Later, the Taliban allowed them to return to teaching, but only separately from men and under the guidance of female teachers. In March, the Taliban opened schools for girls in the sixth grade and above, but after a few hours they again declared "holidays".