Human rights in Afghanistan: More the exception than the rule

A man carries shelter and food supplies from a humanitarian aid drop in Kabul, Afghanistan. Country experts have criticized development work there as unhelpful in improving human rights. Photo by: isafmedia / CC BY

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  • Jennifer Brookland

    Jennifer Brookland is a former Devex global development reporter based in Washington, D.C. She has worked as a humanitarian reporter for the United Nations and as an investigative journalist for News21. Jennifer holds a bachelor's in foreign service from Georgetown University and a master's in journalism from Columbia University and in international law and diplomacy from the Fletcher School. She also served for four years as an Air Force officer.