Where is the future of our children going?

Publicado 26 de mayo de 2014 no picture Camelia Ishrat

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The ongoing violence in Syria not only affected over 5 million children but also forced millions of them out of school. The aid provided by the international community is not enough to help or back up these vulnerable children and their families. Many of them may suffer life long trauma- either physically or mentally. Providing temporary shelter, food and water is never going to save them from the harsh hot weather nor from the cold winter nights. Moreover, female children are at a...


Forced marriages deny girls their rights too

Publicado 18 de mayo de 2014 no picture Camelia Ishrat

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Forced marriages occur in countries like Bangladesh, Chad, Niger, Mali etc, but I think there is hope under some conditions. Some could be if a girl is educated or at least went to high school/college at some point, if she knows what's right/what's wrong, if she has a clear apprehension of what real life should be, if she has experienced enough drama to avoid things to be herself, and most importantly if her family stands by her, a strong group of friends worldwide if she's lucky e...


  • Camelia Ishrat


    Se registró el día 18 de mayo de 2014


    2 Artículos


    BRAC University,