PARIS - French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius welcomed Ziauddin Yousufzai on Wednesday and reaffirmed France’s commitment to women’s right and solidarity with the values demonstrated by the latter’s daughter Malala Yousufzai.
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By Aima Khosa
Before we start some of the core arguments of this piece,I must give a little background of myself. I am,what the general Pakistani public calls,‘a burger’. I don’t want to be,of course. I don’t like the association. I brag of my Baloch descent and try to squash the . . . →Read More:Immy K revolutionaries and the future of ‘burger’ activism
As eight anti-polio workers are killed at the hands of ‘extremists’ Pakistanis once again get swallowed into the black hole of never-ending troubles. That’s what we do with our problems. Let them build,keep putting them off. And then people die because of our own indifference. As news spreads about the 9th anti-polio worker’s death . . . →Read More:Are we waiting for a miracle?
LONDON –Ziauddin Youasfzai,father of teen education activist Malala Yousafzai’s,was on Sunday named the United Nation’s Special Adviser on Global Education.
Former British prime minister and UN Special Envoy Gordon Brown announced the appointment of Ziauddin as an adviser to assist the UN in getting every child to school by the end of . . . →Read More:Ziauddin Youasfzai to be UN Special Adviser on Global Education
I told my kids—and you should too:Girls’ education is under threat in Pakistan,Afghanistan,and around the world. It’s time we all took a stand. By Angelina Jolie. Plus:Here’s how you can help,and sign a petition for Malala.
On Wednesday morning,as we readied the kids for school amidst a few of . . . →Read More:Angelina Jolie talks about Malala
Pakistan’s media have expressed alarm at Taliban threats to target journalists after critical coverage of the shooting of Malala Yousufzai.
The 14-year-old education campaigner was seriously wounded as she returned home from school in the Swat valley.
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