A Any forged and illegal document particularly pertaining to school diploma or high school grades shall not be accepted and will directly result in suspension from the program. It is only your responsibility as an applicant of the program to provide American Councils with authentic, verifiable and valid school diploma. B In the absence of school diploma, applicants can temporarily provide American Councils with their three-year high school grades that are officially approved by their respective school administration and the Provincial Education Department. American Councils is committed to ensuring that all eligible candidates are treated with respect and dignity and believes that each eligible individual has the right to apply for scholarship opportunities by taking part in the recruitment process. American Councils prohibits unlawful discriminatory practices and takes affirmative steps to extend recruitment for scholarship opportunities to all eligible candidates irrespective of their religious affiliation, ethnic and economic backgrounds, and their local language or geographical location.
German cars are not unusual in the Czech border town of Cheb. By day, the BMWs and Mercedes come to buy cheap cigarettes and alcohol. By 10 p. A black BMW with a German licence plate and a baby chair on the back seat stops at a street corner. The lone driver rolls down the passenger-door window and speaks briefly to the teenage girl standing in the bitter cold. The girl climbs into the car and they disappear into the night.
Tanweer School is a private K school in a lower-middle-class neighborhood in Kabul. Photographer David Gilkey and I spent two days there — after a three-week embedment with Afghan special forces. The education system in Afghanistan is as large and diverse as the country itself.
Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Kabul — Afghan government and international donor efforts since to educate girls have significantly faltered in recent years, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today. Sixteen years after the US-led military intervention in Afghanistan ousted the Taliban, an estimated two-thirds of Afghan girls do not attend school.