As a 6 year-old, Mr Ban and his family had to flee their home; "life was miserable". Mr. Ban spoke earnestly about how some of his earliest memories were being provided with food and medicine by UNICEF, and books and education by UNESCO.
Iris Kagan Hachmon opened the evening: "...It is important to remember that what begins overt or covert violence against women – is violating society as a whole.” .... Dr. Inbal Vilombski talked about the need for female solidarity as a lever for social change.
The Social Welfare Department of the Government of Sindh is dedicated and committed, in collaboration with others, to provide opportunities for all children, especially the poor, needy and disadvantaged, to grow in life and achieve desired successes.
It can only be hoped the blatant hypocrisy of this act of horrific violence resonates within popular opinion and finally leads to a change in attitudes towards gun control in the United States, though history does not suggest that any change will be immediately forthcoming.
Nov 2015: "The Peuls had killed my uncles and I was ready to commit reprisals," said Josephine, now 14, sitting in a bright yellow dress under the shade of a mango tree in her school playground. "Our job as children was to decapitate the bodies of dead enemy soldiers."
Horrific murders of Mexican women in region that includes Cancun and Playa del Carmen has community demanding justice