Schools places of fear. parents are afraid to send their children to school. The fear that it will not return home alive. The risk is real: on the 3rd of January, report to UNICEF, four schools have been attacked in the village of Soug al Jum'aa, to the east of Tripoli, with considerable damage to approximately three thousand students. More safe places to learn and to grow, the schools in Tripoli have become places of fear.
A violation of the rights of children. "No parent should never have to choose between the education of our children and their safety,” - said in a note of the UNICEF - education is a basic right for every single child, even if living in areas affected by the conflict. The attacks on the school facilities are a grave violation against the rights of the child, international humanitarian law and human rights". To deprive children of the opportunity to learn has a devastating impact on their well-being and future. The Organinnazione of the United Nations for the childhood asks the parties to the conflict in Libya to protect the children, stop the attacks against schools and refrain from violence, including indiscriminate attacks on civilians and schools.
"The Republic will fight always in defense of the freedom of information, to its readers and to all those who have at heart the principles of democracy and civil coexistence"Carlo Verdelli SUBSCRIBERS TO REPUBLIC © Reproduction reserved Today, Gentiloni: “Europe to become the protagonist. Or facing a crisis, we will remain powerless” Iran, the alternative is impossible to Libya without control, Haftar is still advancing: “Conquered Sirte” With the italians, on the line of the war: “The South of Lebanon is a powder keg,” The politics of childhood