Headline, October 18 2020/ ''' '' FURIOUS EQUAL FUTURES '' ''' : FOUNDER FRAMERS



FUTURES " ''' :


IN VERY PROUD PAKISTAN : THE ENTIRE NATION LED by this very great man, O ''Captain - Prime Minister Imran Khan, stands up and tall -

STANDS UP AND TALL to give its greatest daughters and sons - the Founder Framers, a standing ovation. ANY nation, that bears the calibre of such high class makeup, is only just destined to be a great global power, in the decades ahead.

It is my privilege, to assure His Excellency Prime Minister Imran Khan, the assurances of our esteemed respect, devotion, and hard work in building a new world, all and ever, in selfless service for Mankind.

The World Students Society - the nations of the entire world, rise to give these great heroes : Merium, Rabo, Dee, Haleema, Saima, Sarah, Saher, Aqsa, Dantini, Juniper, Lakshmi, Zilli, Hussain, Ali, Shahzaib, Salar, Vishnu, Zaeem, Danyial, Hamza, Haider, Bilal, Jordan -

Little Angels : Maynah, Maria, Hannyia, Merium, Sofia, Eden, Harem, a resounding ovation.

REMARKABLE progress has been made as today, ''girl-led movements'' are tackling issues like climate change, child marriage, racial injustice, access to reproductive and sexual health education, skills and learning inequality, and mental health.

Girls the world over, especially in the Developing World, are better placed than in the past, however, a lot needs to be done.

EVERY YEAR ON OCTOBER 11 - AS THE WORLD celebrates the International Day of the Girl, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund [UNICEF] and partners reiterate their resolve to help girls around the world amplify their voices and stand up for their rights.

They work with girls to design and launch advocacy campaigns related to their lived gender inequities and demand for equal opportunities.

THIS YEAR, while we face the Covid-19 crisis, we must seize the opportunity to reimagine a better world inspired by adolescent girls - sharing their voices, their solutions - under the theme : ''My voice - our equal future'.

This year's International Day of the Girl has added significance as a key activation moment of the global Generation Equality movement - a multi-partner advocacy and action platform for bold new gender equality impact.

Globally, more than 1.1 billion girls younger than 18 years of age are poised to take on the future. Investing in them - including their health, education and safety - allows them to build better lives and to create a more prosperous and peaceful world for us all.

TWENTY FIVE years ago, some 30,000 women and men from nearly 200 countries arrived in Beijing, China, for the Fourth World Conference on Women, determined to recognize women's rights as human rights.

The conference culminated in the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action : the most comprehensive policy agenda for gender equality.

In the years following, women pressed this agenda forward, leading global movements on issues ranging from sexual and reproductive health rights to equal pay. Today, these movements have expanded.

They are being organized by and for adolescent girls - girls from all walks of life who are boldly demanding action against discrimination, violence and poor learning opportunities.

In 2019, UNICEF supported programmes reached 5.7 million adolescent girls in 25 countries with preventions and care services related to ending child marriage. Eight and half million people also participated in education, communication and awareness raising activities.

UNICEF continues to emphasize that to advance girls rights the world over, it is imperative to promote and protect the rights of girls and increase awareness of their needs and potential; eliminate violence against girls; eliminate all forms of discrimination in provision of service including health, nutrition, education skills development, training and job opportunities -

Eliminate negative cultural attitudes and practices against girls, eliminate all economic exploitation of child labour and protect young girls at work, promote girls' awareness of and participation in social, economic and political life, strengthen the role of the family in improving the status of the girls.

In a world challenged by Covid-19 pandemic, where no country is any exception, we must create opportunities for development in investing more in girls - a patent force that could contribute immensely to national development and take the world forward.

The Honor and serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Gender Equality, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Aida Girma/UNICEF.

With respectful dedication to the Prime Minister of Pakistan : O''Captain Imran Khan, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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Good Night and God Bless

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