Ahmad Ali Shariati



Ahmad Ali Shariati is a Law Tutor and PhD researcher based at the School of Law, Politics, and Sociology at the University of Sussex in England. He is a British Council Scholar and Chevening alumnus. He was a former Government Lawyer for the Republic of Afghanistan, with a vast regulatory and institutional background. Ahmad Ali previously earned his LLM in International Commercial Law from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland and another LLM in Public International Law from Khatam al-Nabieen University in Afghanistan. His doctoral research focuses on the critical examination of States’ responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions and accountability regimes at the intersection of international environmental, climate change and energy law.

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Gender Persecution and Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan: Seeking the Appropriate Legal Basis for International Accountability

From as early as 1980, Afghanistan signed the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), a decisive step in protecting women’s rights to equality, notably in education. Additionally, since 1994, Afghanistan has been a signatory to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which explicitly…

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