Archives for posts with tag: FrancescoRulli

INTERVIEW (Recommended by Susan Sacirbey/Diplomatically Incorrect): LITERACY, EDUCATION, & PROVERBS EMPOWERING AGHANISTAN WOMEN & GIRLS
As the Afghan Proverb (Zarbul Masalha #129) says, “Nekee-kun ba daryaa beeandaaz – Do good to people, and throw your goodness in the river.” This proverb reflects the paradox that if you do good things for their own sake, not for reward, ultimately you will be rewarded anyway.
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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN AFGHANISTAN ECONOMY, HUMAN RIGHTS, GOVERNMENT, & LEADERSHIP

Every country, starting from Afghanistan, has 4 major sectors in which both men and women must co-exist & share responsibilities. The most developed societies & peaceful countries benefit from a balanced relationship and collaboration amongst men & women. These four sectors are: Economy, Human Rights, Government, Leadership.

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Watch Film Report: UN SECURITY COUNCIL REVIEWS AFGHANISTAN DEVELOPMENT & TRANSITION
There is a commitment to move Afghanistan toward self-sufficiency & assuming a greater role in building its government institutions.  International forces in Afghanistan, including NATO & the US, function under authority of the United Nations Security Council. This week UNSC was briefed by UNSG’s Special Representative, Jan Kubis.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/un-security-council-reviews-afghanistan-development-transition/31561

Blog Report: CONFRONTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS IN AFGHANISTAN, By Ambassador Mo
Police Taking Action to Combat Violence Against Women and Girls in Afghanistan” is a new initiative launched this week by the UN Office in Afghanistan in coordination with both international & domestic partners. Beneficiaries are women/girls who have been targeted & borne so much of burden during ongoing conflicts in Afghanistan for last 3 plus decades.
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Watch Film Report: “EDUCATION FIRST” – INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY
UN Secretary General launched new initiative “Education First” which coincides also with International Literacy Day. This year’s International Literacy Day, observed annually on 8 September, has a special focus on fundamental relationship between literacy & peace.
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Blog Report: AFGHANISTAN PARALYMPICS REFLECTS PAST – DEFINES FUTURE? By, Ambassador Mo
Fahim Rahimi is the only Afghanistan representative to Paralympics 2012 that kicked off today in London. He represents more than two generations & thousands who have been permanently affected/disabled by serial conflicts. Bosnia & Herzegovina after 1992 war started to field its first teams in 1996. From landmines to snipers, a potential Paralympic champion is made with every explosion or bullet. –MORE–
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Watch Film Report: BUILDING SCHOOLS IN AFGHANISTAN
Empowering 160,000 Afghan children with 400 computers in 40 schools – Partnership between Film Annex and Citadel’s Roya Mahboob. Their mission is to show people the new face of Afghanistan with current event videos, interviews, and news clips as well as archival material directly from the Afghan Young Development.
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