Kailash Satyarthi, together with Pakistani child privileges activist Malala Youzsafzai, was collectively granted the Nobel peace prize on Friday.
Satyarthi is an Indian child privileges activist born in Vidisha, about 50km from Bhopal. He analyzed engineering in the Govt Engineering College, Vidisha and threw in the towel his career being an electrical engineer over 30 years ago to begin Bachpan Bachao Andolan, or Save the Childhood Movement. Today, the non-profit organization Bachpan Bachao Andolan he founded is leading the movement to get rid of child trafficking and child work in India. The organization has worked towards saving trafficked children for more than 3 decades. It receives information from the large network of volunteers.
Indicating his delight over winning the Nobel Peace prize, famous child privileges activist Kailash Satyarthi on Friday devoted the coveted award to Indian people and vowed to utilize restored vigour against exploitation of kids and also to ensure their welfare.
In the first reaction following the Nobel prize committee in Oslo introduced Satyarthi and Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai the joint winner , who win of the year's Peace Nobel, the 60-year-old mind from the Bachpan Bachao Andolan thanked the committee for identifying the plight of countless children and stated the award can help bring global concentrate on the problem.
Within an interview 4 weeks ago, Kailash Satyarthi had stated, "My philosophy is that i'm a buddy from the children. I do not think anybody should discover their whereabouts as pitiable subjects or charitable organisation. That's old individuals rhetoric. People frequently relate childish behavior to stupidity or foolishness. This mindset must change. I wish to level the playing area where I'm able to gain knowledge from the children. Something I'm able to study from children is transparency. They're innocent, straightforward, and also have no biases. I relate children to simplicity and i believe that my friendship with children includes a much much deeper meaning than the others.Inch
Satyarthi, 60, admires Mahatma Gandhi and it has likewise headed many forms of peaceful protests "concentrating on the grave exploitation of kids for profit,Inch the Nobel committee stated.
While announcing the historic Nobel peace prize for an Indian along with a Pakistani collectively, the Nobel Committee stated, "The Nobel Committee regards it as being an essential point for any Hindu along with a Muslim, an Indian along with a Pakistani, to participate in a typical struggle for education and against extremism."
While announcing the historic Nobel peace prize for an Indian along with a Pakistani collectively, the Nobel Committee stated.
"The Nobel Committee regards it as an important point for a Hindu and a Muslim, an Indian and a Pakistani, to join in a common struggle for education and against extremism."