Nine-year-old child laborers in the black, 11-year-old confrontation with terrorist organizations, this girls are so bullish?

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 Nine-year-old child laborers in the black, 11-year-old confrontation with terrorist organizations, this girls are so bullish?


The 13-year-old girl, eager to understand, accompany and love, in the obedient Chinese-style education, surging and helpless to complete her adult rites.

Or is it Meng Xiaowen and Zhang Xinxin who were invaded by their parentsleadership in the movie Carnival?

Or is it the younger sister who was forcibly sold to a vendor as his wife in the movie Why You Think Home?

Behind the beautiful sister who could go to Bollywood to be an actor stood all the Pakistani child brides:

Every two seconds a girl is forced to marry; 42% of the girls are under age when they marry, and 8% of them are mothers between the ages of 15 and 19.

How common are their stories. Silence, misfortune and tears seem to be closely linked with them.

However, girls can only be weak, confused, waiting to be rescued?

Do girls have no power of their own?

Shes going to rescue her brother who was sold as a child laborer.

According to United Nations statistics, one out of every seven children in the world is engaged in child labour today. In 2013, the number of child workers aged 5-17 in the world was about 168 million.

In the movie Jhalki, the brother of the 9-year-old girl is one of them.

Like most abducted child labourers in India, seven-year-old younger brother was sold to a carpet-knitting factory in India, a dark and frustrating world of child labour, because of high family debts.

He worked 14 hours a day and was scolded and beaten.

Jhalki, a girl who grew up in rural India, wore ragged clothes and dirty faces, went to the city to inquire about his whereabouts.

On her journey, she met corrupt officials and rich people who exploited the poor. She was ignored and even chased. Even if she was injured, she never gave up searching.

Numerous people were inspired by the girl. Only by being as open-minded and determined as she is, can she have the chance to rescue thousands of desperate children trapped in a terrible trap.

Back to that question, does the girl have her own strength?

You see, yes.

Moreover, the power of girls not only inspires people around them, but also brings hope to the world.

Today is the eighth International GirlsDay. The theme is Girls Power: The Power of the Girls is beyond our control.

And I want to show you some real girl stories, they are the best interpretation of this theme.

She confronts terrorist organizations.

Just for girls to go to school

In Pakistan, it is not only the widespread phenomenon of child marriage that is surprising, but also the fact that girls are unable to read in the shadow of war.

Her name is Malala, a Pakistani girl born in 1997.

She lives with her parents and two brothers. Father has been enthusiastic advocates for children to receive education, and he also runs a learning institution in the city.

In 2007, when she was 10, the Taliban took control and invaded her hometown.

They regard the opposition of girls to proper education as the cornerstone of their terrorist campaign.

By the end of 2008, in just two years, the Taliban had destroyed 400 schools.

In 2009, the school closed for the winter holidays, but the girls were not happy because everyone knew that the Taliban did not allow themselves to continue school. I think this school will one day reopen for girls, but when I leave school, I look at the building as if I will never come back.