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Mariela Baeva
Mariela Baeva
Member of the European Parliament for Bulgaria
2007 - 2009
(first direct EP elections in Bulgaria);

LEED to OECD partner (Nanotech)

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Young people in partnership with @Theirworld demanded action on the #GlobalEducationCrisis and world leaders have listened. #IFFEd will unlock billions for children globally and help deliver a world where every child has a place in school. #LetMeLearn

Theirworld, Your Walk: Thank you! –

Nous venons de signer cette lettre ouverte pour demander aux chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement de faire de l’école gratuite pour tous les enfants un droit humain universel.

Events in 2015 – part II

One Year #BringBackOurGirls

One year on, the man still fighting to #BringBackOurGirls



PAKISTANMore than 100 schoolchildren have lost their life in an attack at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, in December 2014. This was one of the most horrific attacks on school children in living memory.
We stand in solidarity with the students, teachers, parents, and community of Peshawar who are deeply affected.

credit: A World at School

GAZA: Half of ‘s 1.8 million people are children under the age of 18. Worries about their future continue to grow:

With over 200 schools damaged or destroyed, hundreds of thousands children across Gaza should have returned to school, like so many living in emergency situations. Take action and demand all governments protect schools from attack.

Gaza, a year later (24.08.2015). The Gaza City neighbourhood of Shejaiya. One year after the end of the war between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip, not one of the nearly 18,000 homes destroyed or damaged in the area is habitable. Efforts to rebuild have been frustrated by a lack of funds, Palestinian infighting and Israeli involvement.


Gaza becoming uninhabitable as society and economy collapse – UN report (The Guardian, 02.09.2015)



We stand with Malala

Three years ago, Malala Yousafzai was targeted for her outspoken support of girls’ education. But not even a gun could silence her. In fact, it made her voice ring louder. Since her brush with death, Malala has made it her life’s purpose to advocate for the equal rights of all children and was recently the subject of the documentary He Named Me Malala, by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Davis Guggenheim.

credit: Free the Children

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