Human rights

Human rights, Peace

Congratulations to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia on being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2019

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As the youngest leader on the African continent Abiy Ahmed since taking office as Prime Minister has achieved peace and reform that most world leaders could only dream of

“We have only one option and that is to be united, not only cooperating and helping each other but uniting in order to live together,” PM Abiy Ahmed is quoted as saying. “So, our option should be to trust one another, heal our wounds together and work together to develop our country.”

Spearheading historic reform Ethiopia ended an autocracy when in April 2018 the ruling Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) elected Abiy Ahmed, unifier, reformer and peacemaker as Prime Minister to lead their country and their people into a new era of historic change. (more…)

Human rights, Treasure Earth Team

Treasure Earth appoints Beth Allen-Jones, Prize and Awards Campaigns and Video Documentary Ideation

Beth Allen-Jones

Prize and Awards Campaigns and Video Documentary Ideation

Treasure Earth is pleased to announce the appointment of Beth Allen-Jones, Prizes and Awards Campaigns and Video Documentary Ideation and Outreach Ambassador. Beth is already a human rights advocate and campaigner for social change in her own right as well as a student Ambassador at SOAS and brings the benefit of her ideation and inspiration to our campaigns and the Treasure Earth challenge.

Beth has been a Church Youth and Children’s Group Leader for over 5 years mentoring young girls from diverse socio-economic backgrounds and focussing on identity, self-worth and confidence building measures.

She has also volunteered as Holocaust Educational Ambassador hosting sessions with different age groups to raise awareness of the real life stories of Holocaust survivors and lessons learnt from history to ensure no repeat of any such crime against humanity.


Human rights, Humanitarian Care, Peace

“One child, one teacher, one pen can change the world”. Powerful words from Malala on 5 October World Teacher’s Day

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Excerpts from Malala Yousafzai’s 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech



Choice Excerpts from Malala’s 2014 Noble Peace Prize

“I am also honoured to receive this award together with Kailash Satyarthi, who has been a champion for children’s rights for a long time. Twice as long, in fact, than I have been alive. I am proud that we can work together, we can work together and show the world that an Indian and a Pakistani, they can work together and achieve their goals of children’s rights.

This award is not just for me. It is for those forgotten children who want education. It is for those frightened children who want peace. It is for those voiceless children who want change.