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bidhan chandra singh May 18
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Ali Al Hussein May 26
I call on all governments to commit 20% of their funds to the 20% of the world's poorest, including children living in extreme . Will you join me   
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Kailash Satyarthi May 18
As the strongest ever act of solidarity towards world’s most vulnerable children, we, the 88 Nobel Laureates & moral Leaders are calling on governments to protect them today and in our post world.
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Aparna Ravi May 21
Not every child is able to and will be able to access online classes if schools remain shut. Already so many children are vulnerable to and will fall prey to Let's ensure for all
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Pankhuri Pathak पंखुड़ी पाठक پنکھڑی May 28
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Arti Singh May 22
I support & 87 Laureates & Leaders' call for allocating 20% of the COVID-19 response for the poorest 20% of humanity.
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SLX Learning Jun 11
While the percentage of children in is highest in low-income countries, their numbers are actually greater in middle-income countries. ,
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SLX Learning Jun 12
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KSCF-US Jun 12
We must call on our governments to allocate a in response plans
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Guy Ryder May 19
Pleased to sign the Nobel Laureates and Leaders' statement for children during the pandemic The vulnerability of marginalised children has increased. We must work together to protect them today and as we build a
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TutuLegacy May 18
Archbishop Tutu joins 45 Nobel Laureates and 43 world leaders in calling on governments to prioritise children in response to Covid19. Full statement here...
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KSCF-US Jun 24
from is more important than ever. Governments must allocate a in their relief and response plans.
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nibedita phukan May 21
I support Kailash Satyarthi & 87 Laureates & Leaders' call to give the most marginalised children and their families their fair share.
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Dheerendra Pratap May 22
If, for once, our world gave the most marginalised children and their families their fair share.
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Marina May 19
The world's children must not be forgotten!!! The 88 Nobel Laureates & moral Leaders are calling on governments to protect world’s most vulnerable children.
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Satyarthi Foundation Jul 1
Replying to @WithEveryChild
So we are demanding , at least 20% of this money should go to the most marginalized 20% people, particularly children.
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Satyarthi Foundation Jul 1
Replying to @KSCFIndia
My friends in the community have joined hands together & signed a joint statement with 88Nobel Laureates..as well as world leaders & demanded that marginalized people get their fair share..20% for 20%
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Ground Zero Foundation Jun 28
If we have to save a whole generation from the Corona crisis, then we have to ensure that children go to school instead of becoming child laborers and domestic servants. They should not have tools in their hands, but pens and books.
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Kerry Kennedy Jun 12
COVID-19's economic impact will likely increase the world's 152 million child laborers. Today is the World Day Against Child Labor and I'm proud to join in demanding . We must , read our full letter here:
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PeaceJam Foundation Jun 12
's economic impact will likely increase the world's 152 million child laborers. On this World Day Against Child Labor, We join to demand and .
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