Denial of Education to Baha’i youth hund til bornholm

om no spill click Read this. Whether you’re a Baha’i or not…if you’ve ever had access to higher education, even if you didn’t take advantage of it…you’re luckier than the Baha’i youth in Iran.

wolf in putten boven perlitisch staal The government has used a very simple mechanism to exclude Bahs from higher education: it has simply required that everyone who takes the national university entrance examination declare their religion. And applicants who indicate other than one of the four officially recognized religions in Iran Islam, Christianity, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism are excluded.
testen flow van beton check Like young people everywhere, Bah youth in Iran desperately desire the opportunities and insights that come with higher education. This is especially so because the teachings of their faith stress the importance of knowledge and learning and because those same teachings also emphasizes the importance of contributing to society at large.

talent review process Over the last 25 years, the only source of protection and encouragement for the Iranian Bah community has been international concern, as expressed through the United Nations, by governments, and in the news media. alles über pape und böhm One can only hope that the worlds academic leaders will now follow suit in protesting the blatantly unjust oppression that continues to confront the young people of Irans Bah community.

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  1. modèle message baptême The best thing we can do is to read the letters that the NSA wrote on this topic (usbnc.or) and then educate other educators/administrators about this injustice. In turn, THEY will make the difference with reinstating this right. So the Baha’is are educators–in helping others to make a difference. Very cool, very different.