Shahrzad Sajadi reports from Iran

Shahrzad SajadiShahrzad Sajadi is living in Iran, a third world country, which provides her with many stories that she would like to share with people, promoting their awareness of the living conditions of children in poorer countries.

She has also studied law in Iran and has a few suggestions on how to change certain laws in her country to benefit the children.

Additionally, Shahrzad has some experience working with UNICEF to help prevent the spreading of HIV/AIDS, especially among children and young adults.

 

What a divine gift our imagination is!

Jan 30, 2011 Inga kommentarer

Have you ever read “A Little Princess” by Frances Hodgson Burnett? Have you heard the story of “The little match girl”? Have you ever heard of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream? All these stories have one thing in common: Imagination! Sara Crewe, a rich beautiful little girl who studies at a boarding school in [...]

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Do you want my ice-cream?

Jan 26, 2011 2 kommentarer

First of all I would like to start by telling you where Iran is. Iran is a fairly large country in the Middle East with over 70 million people, over 26% of whom are under 14 and are considered children according to the definition of child by the United Nations:  http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unyin/qanda.htm . And a large [...]

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