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Story of a Courageous Life

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"Did you hear? your friends are married, the last night," informed my friend. When I heard this news, I felt happy.
I remembered how he told me last month, "I can be proud only if I get a chance to marry your friend." He spoke as he lit a cigarette, sitting on the balcony that evening. "You're in a big city. Will she save her youth for you there in her town, while you get old,?" I asked satirically.

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Good education system will reduce discrimination

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Good education system will reduce poverty and discrimination. So I think good education system enhances one's ability to get better work and become an informed citizen, which is important in a democracy. If people were left uneducated, they won't know too much about a possible better life, politics and economy. Good education system always promote from the earliest times in the centuries. Since many people have strong beliefs, an education is necessary to read and understand the freedom. That education also is useful in work and business pursuits too. 

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Global youth unemployment rate still above financial crisis levels

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New UN report shows global youth unemployment rate still above financial crisis levels

Source:UN News.

8 October 2015 – Global youth unemployment rates have stabilized somewhat but remain well above pre-financial crisis levels, according to a new report released by the International Labour Organization (ILO) today.

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Everyone is entitled to a life of dignity,

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Everyone is entitled to a life of dignity, Ban says on World Mental Health Day
Source:UN News.

10 October 2015 – Everyone has the right to respect and dignity, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has declared in his message on World Mental Health Day, highlighting that people who have mental health and psychosocial disabilities deserve to live with the dignity that is integral to a healthy and fulfilling life.

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New standards to improve adolescent care worldwide

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UN agencies launch new standards to improve adolescent care worldwide
[A girl laughs during a skit on the prevention of HIV, at a youth centre in Moundou, Chad. Photo: UNICEF/P. Esteve]
Source:UN News.

6 October 2015 – Two United Nations agencies – the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) – announced today they have developed new standards for quality health-care services for adolescents, which aim to help countries improve services for people between the ages of 10 and 19.

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