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Changemaker Kailash Satyarthi.
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Changemaker Kailash Satyarthi.

“I never go to temples, but when I see a child, I see God in them.”  - Kailash satyarthi.
India is a country which always known for its gems and today we're going to discuss one of the greatly appreciated gems of India Kailash Satyarthi.

Kailash Satyarthi is an Indian social activist who known for his campaigns against child labour and for advocating in the favour of the universal right to education in India.

In 2014, he was the co-recipient of the Noble Peace Prize along with teenage Pakistani pedagogy advocate Malala Yousafzai, “for their battle against the suppression of kids and youthful people and for the justice of all juveniles to education.”

Kailash Satyarthi Facts

Belonging from a small-town Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh and middle-class Hindu family Satyarthi learned Hindi, English & Urdu from his school and nearby mosque simultaneously.

He was the youngest in his family of 7, four brothers and a sister.  He was put up in a region where Hindus and Muslims resided with each other.

Since Satyarthi was relatively affected by the scarcity of school access for pupils and his knowledge & experiences with poverty in his youth. He always tried to take actions to repair these imbalances due to the conditions of their origin.

After completing his schooling in Vidisha, he completed an undergraduate in electrical engineering at Samrat Ashok Technological Institute in Vidisha and pursued a PG level in high-voltage engineering.

Efforts to become a changemaker.

Keeping the view that ample of the world's people, particularly in impoverished nations, is compelled up of teenagers and new people. To accomplish a target of a peaceful planet, it is important that the privileges of children and youthful people be cherished. Keeping the notion of Mahatma Gandhi, Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi has led an amicable effort to halt pupils from occurring manipulation as labour rather than listening to school. He possessed a huge contribution to the advancement of global assemblies on the rights of children.

Satyarthi headed the nationwide march prominently known as Bharat yatra, covering around 19,000+ km in the short time span of 35 days only, to solicit law against Child Rape, Child sexual abuse & Human Trafficking. He is the originator of numerous social activist organizations, including, Bachpan Bachao Andolan,  Global Campaign For Education, Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation.

He has also served as the board and committee of several international organisations including the International Labour Rights Fund (USA).

Organisation founded by Mr. Satyarthi

Bachpan Bachao Andolan

Initiated  by Satyarthi in back 80s as a public activity or movement to establish a child-friendly community where all pupils are independent of exclusion and exploitation and attain accessible schooling. 

The action comprehends, liberates, works through questions on matters such as child labour,  trafficking, deprived labour, moral trade, and by creating a child-friendly nation.

Bachpan Bachao Andolan

GoodWeave International

This is a system of non-profit organizations single-mindedly focused on ceasing illegal child labour in the different kind of industry which furnished the initial introductory labeling, monitoring, and credentialization labours work.

GoodWeave india

Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation (KSCF)

It was organized in 2004 by Satyarthi. It is a most initially started organization that disperses attention and advocates for positive policies for children's justices and rights.

Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation

Global Campaign for Education 

Global Campaign for Education is a worldwide federation of non-governmental organization's, functioning to facilitate children's and adult schooling through analysis and law. It was shaped in 1999 as a coalition between NGOs that were individually involved in the area.

Global campaign for education

Bharat Yatra

It was inaugurated by KSCF to dissipate attention about juvenile trafficking and sexual abuse. The march inaugurated in Kanyakumari on September 11, 2017, and paraded through seven journeys glazing 22 Indian states and Union Territories and achieving over 12,000  km. The march was intended for initiating a social discussion about child sexual abuse and child trafficking, to explicit topics in India, to conserve children susceptible within their dwellings, neighbourhoods, academies. The campaign comprises of 5000+ civil society org's, 600 local state and government bodies with300 parts of the Indian tribunal and 25,000 academic organizations across the entire nation.

The march of more than 1,200,000 peoples within 35 days created a huge impact and steered to the Criminal Law Amendment Act 2018 with a rigorous impediment against child rape. This Yatra also emerged with passing the Anti-Human Trafficking Bill.

Bharat Yatra

Due to his overwhelming works and efforts in the field of education and child rights, Satyarthi was always a subject of interview and talks in television series & shows.

Along with these works Mr.Satyarthi also worked on his books which is considered as one of the best book.


Will for Children (2017)

Because Words Matter (2017),

Every Child Matters (2018)

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