This Sunday we celebrate Mother’s Day in Sweden. Usually we celebrate our mothers by having a nice meal with family and friends, and maybe with some flowers and gifts. However, currently it is hard to have a normal celebration due to the ongoing pandemic.
Today we celebrate international women’s day all around the globe. Despite that it is the 8th of March 2019, 42 years after the day was initiated by the United Nations, women and girls still constitute a group with little influence and power in society.
Unite 2 Learn is constantly working to improve children’s and youth’s rights and of course we want as many persons as possible to be able to follow our work. A major part of our work includes dissemination of information about our focus areas as well as the reasons why certain
Even though, Covid-19 has put a hold on the world, the needs of the children has not. Unite 2 Learn is therefore continuing in supporting our partner organization OKIA Tanzania as much as possible from afar.
We are happy to announce that we have been given a 90-account by the Swedish Fundraising Control. A 90-account is a quality seal for our activities. It shows that we are a serious fundraising organisation.
On June 6, it is Sweden’s national day, and what is better than celebrating it together with Unite 2 Learn in Gothenburg!
On May 10, we will host an event in Stockholm! During the evening we will inform about our activities and talk about the importance of children’s rights and education. Join us and discuss rights, become a member, find out how you can get involved or just mingle and have a good time.
Caroline Djupsjö is a professional wakeboarder who has been active for 10 years and in that time has won gold at the European championships no less than four times. She is strongly committed to women’s and girls’ equal rights in the sports world.