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Ambitions

Unni Rustad went to Afghanistan to work on children's rights. She came back and found that the children had helped her.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

- Think, on the dream day, the children will get up at four in the morning. They want an exam, and dream of having a trained teacher.

Unni Rustad gets warm in the eyes when she talks about the children she met when she was in Afghanistan for Save the Children. Now the experience has been book; On the day of the dream, we get up at four in the morning. Voices and stories from Afghanistan.

- You were in Afghanistan from August 2002 to December 2003 and organized conferences on the rights of children and young people. How did the project work in practice?

- We created local conferences put together with children and young people from as many ethnic groups as possible, geographical areas, classes and disabilities. At least half. . .

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