United Nations Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra spoke on the empowerment of girls and congratulated an Indian who works to support victims of an acid attack at the Global Goals Awards in the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York. York.
Priyanka, who has often spoken about girls’ rights and gender issues, on Wednesday shared a photo of social media, highlighting a girl’s role in achieving sustainable development goals.
With the image, she wrote: “Honored for attending this evening at the United Nations General Assembly, the Global Goals Awards, which highlight the role girls play in changing their lives and achieving Goals of Sustainable Development). “
She presented the Leadership Award to the Indian girl Ria Sharma, who works to support survivors of acid attack, and said she was proud.
“Ria founded Make Love Not Scars (MLNS), an organization that actively supports survivors of acid attacks physically and mentally and campaigns to raise awareness of the problem. Ria efforts are helping to change the lives of many women have survived acid attacks, “wrote Priyanka.
Priyanka shared that the organization had ensured that the survivors were receiving treatment free of charge under a Supreme Court order for the welfare of victims of acidity.
The National Prize laureate also published a series of photographs and declared that it was an honor for her to speak at the UN Global Award on Empowering Girls by addressing leaders global and influential UN, philanthropy, media communication, business.
“We must all unite and work to strengthen, educate, create opportunities and provide skills so that we can be their catalyst for change and help them build their brave new world.” If possible, a safe where they can live their dreams and laugh together as one, “he wrote.
Priyanka said he had the opportunity to meet with UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Muzon Al-Mellehan, who is doing “incredible work to defend the education of Syrian girls.