BEIJING, Nov. 11, 2021 /CNW/ — Peng Liyuan, the spouse of Chinese President Xi Jinping, has identified as for sustained efforts to empower extra girls to acquire a excellent education and learning that contributes to noticing the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Advancement Aims.
Peng, a specific envoy of the United Nations Academic, Scientific and Cultural Corporation (UNESCO) for the development of girls’ and women’s education, spoke in an interview with the Courier, a flagship magazine revealed by UNESCO.
Noting that doing away with poverty and acknowledging gender equality are the widespread beliefs of humanity and the common aspirations of girls throughout the world, she stated that through unremitting initiatives, China had accomplished the aim of eradicating complete poverty, with education and learning a very significant automobile.
“We should be far more determined to boost girls’ and women’s education and learning, do the job to be certain that additional women of all ages acquire top quality education and lead to the realization of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals,” Peng mentioned.
She named on absolutely everyone all-around the planet to function jointly and take a look at new techniques and jointly meet worries. “As COVID-19 continues to distribute all around the planet, it is our common would like that no woman really should be left guiding,” she reported.
Peng affirmed the importance of UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative, stating that women are an vital drive for advancing human civilization and making a much better future for all.
She expressed her hope that governments of all countries, as very well as worldwide companies, and non-governmental companies, will consider energetic actions to empower ladies by training, market higher enhancement of girls’ and women’s schooling, and inject new impetus into the developing of a group with a shared potential for mankind.
In 2015, China and UNESCO jointly recognized the Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education. In modern decades, the prize has continued to have a positive effect.
As UNESCO Exclusive Envoy for Girls’ and Women’s Education and learning, Peng expressed her willingness to carry on to satisfy her purpose and that China will continue to perform with the UN agency to be certain the achievements of the next version of the Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education.
This year, as UNESCO marks its 75th anniversary, the Courier is publishing a exclusive issue to emphasize the big worries dealing with education in the earth today and to suggest solutions.
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