Kailash Satyarthi, the Noble Peace Prize winner of 2014, is actually known for hostile and working hard against the atrocities and oppressions of children all over India. He also fights hard for the concept called ‘right to education’ for all the children.
The man on a mission actually saved the thousands lives from being exploited – no wonder why the ‘Nobel Prize Committee’ awarded him “Nobel Peace Prize” for bringing the smile to the face of the hapless children across the nation.
Here are few remarkable facts about Kailash Satyarthi:
1). Birth name: This incredible man born as Kailash Sharma in Madhya Pradesh eventually became famous as Kailash Sathyarthi.
2). A teacher by profession holder of an engineering degree: Kailash Satyarthi graduated in electrical engineering; as well he completed his post-graduate in high-voltage engineering. But eventually despite holding an engineering degree serves the nation as a teacher.
3). The family of Mr. Satyarthi: The Noble prize winner is s married and blessed with a son and a daughter.
4). The hobby of The Noble Laureate: Not many people are aware of it that he is an excellent cook.
5). Recognized Rugmark: He is also being well-known for recognized Rugmark, now known as Good Weave, which launched in 1994.
6). On child trafficking: His organization held from the factories exploiting children as well he rescued many children from the big cities like Mumbai and Delhi. As well as from the state like Odisha and Jharkhand where children are still illegally employed as bonded laborers’, his organization has rescued them as well as providing rehabilitate them by providing them vocational training.
7). Noble work: His organization raided many places alone in order to free children from slavery and he is engaged in this noble work from such a long time for that he faced obstacles on his path too.
8). Recipient of Gold Medal From The Italian Senate: In 2007 Kailash Sathyarthi blessed to received the Gold Medal Award from the Italian Senate.
9). Going Ahead Bachpan Bachao Andolan: In 1980, he left teaching to found an organization called “Bachpan Bachao Andolan” and in this campaign, he has freed thousands of children from being slavery.
10). Created Global March Against Child Labour: The march is still going on in many countries.
11). Raided Dozen Of Places only To Free Children From Slavery: It is a milestone to know this fact that Kailash Sathyarthi managed to raid many places only with a mission to make children free from the slavery.
12). Foremost work: He worked hard towards the poor countries, is made up of children and young people. To achieve a peaceful world, he discusses the crucial rights of children and young people be respected. Following the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi, Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi stated to have upliftment of underprivileged children through peaceful struggle as well he introduced many schemes for kids in order to attend school. He also contributed to the development of international conventions on the rights of children.
13). Honoured with Nobel Peace Prize for 2014: Kailash Satyarthi was rewarded with the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, which he shared with Malala Yousafzai.
14). Prospective strategies of Kailash Satyarthi: Satyarthi serves on the board and committee of several international organizations including the Center for Victims of Torture (USA), the International Labour Rights Fund (USA), and the International Cocoa Foundation. He is now as per report working on bringing child labor and slavery into the post-2017 development agenda for the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals.
15). Message To The World For Child freedom: On 16 June 2015 Satyarthi gave a clarion call to leaders and countries where he emphasis about the global elimination of child labor and slavery. Satyarthi was joined by a large number of child rights groups as well as by the organizations’ at Lincoln Memorial. This is the place where he addresses the world for aim to accomplish the freedom for the world children’s from slavery, labor, abuse, trafficking, and illiteracy.
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