Following the end of the war and the harsh Taliban regime, thousands of Afghani women and children refugees are returning home each month. Most head for the war-torn capital Kabul. But the city’s tripled in size, and there aren’t enough homes to go round. So women resort to building their own, informal shelters outside official reconstruction zones. The government reacts by tearing down them down, denying women rights to shelter enshrined in international law.
Broadcaster: Afghan Films
Director: Rabia Hashimi