Monthly Archives: October 2012

Avec Malala, sauver les enfants face au terrorisme et défendre le droit des filles à l’éducation !

- Une vague de solidarité sans précédent a suivi l’attentat perpétré et revendiqué par les talibans du Pakistan contre Malala qui à 14 ans lutte déjà depuis trois ans pour le droit des filles à l’éducation.

Son courage inspire les petites filles et les femmes qui manifestent pour elles. Le Président pakistanais Zardari a exprimé son soutien à la fillette qui lutte pour survivre à ses graves blessures.

- AVAAZ a lancé une pétition avec l’objectif de rassembler 1 million de signatures avant la rencontre très prochaine de l’Envoyé spécial de l’ONU pour l’éducation avec le Président pakistanais.

La pétition demande à ce dernier d’engager les financements nécessaires à la scolarisation de toutes les fillettes pakistanaises en âge d’aller à l’école -alors que seulement 29 % des filles fréquentent l’école secondaire.

Il faut signer et faire signer massivement cette pétition !

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CHILDREN LIVING UNDER TERROR IN PAKISTAN- MONTHLY REPORT (September)

Pakistan is increasingly becoming a dangerous place for our children to live. A leading child advocacy NGO in Pakistan, the Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child, in a recently released report, presents a very bleak picture. According to this report more than a third of the nation’s population age 5 to 9 — about 7 million children — is not enrolled in school. 7,000 child abductions reported in 2011 — 3,090 of which occurred in the southern city of Karachi. Only 49 percent of children have completed primary education in Pakistan (59 percent of boys and 39 percent of girls). While 67 percent of children in urban areas have completed primary education, only 40 percent of children in rural areas have done the same.  Continue reading

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MALALA, A 21 st CENTURY HEROINE

 International  Alliance Against Terrorism (IAAT) statement

                                  On this day, chosen by the UN to be the International Day of the Girl Child, International  Alliance Against Terrorism (IAAT)  condemns the ghastly taliban attack of  14-years-old  Malala Yousafzai , brave child activist who has been struggling for girls rights to education and defending human rights for all children since 2009.
We endorse the statement published by IAAT Pakistani partner  IRESK, Institute of researche and strategic studies on Khyber.
Malala Yousafzai has publicized the atrocities of Taliban in the valley of Swat through her blog on BBC urdu Service and has been the National Peace Award winner.  Continue reading

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MALALA YOUSAFZAI-A VOICE OF MODERATION INJURED IN AN ATTACK BY TALIBAN

Institut de recherche et d’études stratégiques de Khyber (IRESK),  a partner of International Alliance against Terrorism (IAAT) express its deep concern and condemn the monster attack of Taliban on Malala Yousafzai. She got world wide popularity when she publicized the atrocities of Taliban in the picturesque valley of Swat through her blog with her pseudoname Gul Makai on BBC urdu Service. The National Peace Award winner, 14 years old Malala Yousafzai, daughter of Zia-u-din Yousafzai was born in 1998, who came under the global spotlight for her activities as Human Rights and Child education Activist was shot twice by a Taliban gunman today. Malala was injured along with two other girls. Her only crime was that she wanted to go to school and demanded publically the same for other girls in Pakistan. She was a rare ray of hope for the girls of Pakistan. Continue reading

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