PRESS RELEASE: ZERO DISCRIMINATION

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Discrimination remains as an issue today as gender, nationality, age, ethnic-origin and sexual orientation are, unfortunately, still the root-causes for some form of discrimination. Only four out of ten countries worldwide do have equal numbers of girls and boys attending secondary school and 75 countries have laws that criminalise same-sex sexual relations.
 

PRESS RELEASE: INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

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Literacy is a fundamental human right and the foundation for lifelong learning. It is essential to social and human development as well as to transform lives and facilitate full participation in society. It makes a pivotal contribution to wide variety of goals like maintaining peace and promoting democracy, eradicating poverty, achieving gender equality as well as achieving sustainable development

PRESS RELEASE: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DEMOCRACY

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In a globe where everything is changing, the mindset of the youth is also changing concerning governance and the increase for the desire for fairness and equality in all forms of life. The world at large is experiencing extreme change of leadership and it is ideal times for youth to fully contribute in modernising the world. Democracy is as much a process as a goal, and only with the full participation of and support by the international community, national governing bodies, civil society and individuals, the ideal of democracy can be made into a reality and therefore, enjoyed by everyone at everywhere.

PRESS RELEASE: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE WORLD’S INDIGENOUS PEOPLE: INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHT TO EDUCATION

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Indigenous people are cultural groups who are local to a land or region, especially before the arrival of a foreign and possibly dominating culture. They share a cultural identity that has been shaped by their environmental region and a variety of names are used in various countries to identify such groups of people, but they usually regarded as the unique inhabitants of a region.