Pakistani girl Eiza Abid wins UN Poster Competition

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The talented Pakistanis are proudly waving Green flag around the globe, they have shown some phenomenal potential to prove that they are not less than any one.

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Especially, teens have gained a lot for the nation and have motivate the other young mates countrywide.

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Their might be a long list of these rising stars who have make us proud. Now its time to add another name in the list, Eiza Abid, who have won an UN poster Competition.

15-years-old Pakistani won 12-18 age group poster Competition  held by the United Nations. The contests of this competition were asked to portray what freedom means to them.

Pakistani teen did a perfect amalgamation of dark tomes and bright colors to represent the idea, freedom of thought.

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Pakistani girl Eiza Abid’s poster

 

“My painting personifies the darkness and confinement within a person’s life and once the person is set free from the pressures and judgement of others, one can freely express their thoughts and imagination in their true colours, illustrating their unique vision and bright outlook,” Eiza wrote about her poster.

This poster competition was held to mark the 50th anniversary  of two important human right treaties: the international Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

On the other hand, poster competition of 5-11 age group, was won by the 11-year-old Samoa resident Alexandria Slaven, who illustrated a poster showing people holding hands and standing by a coconut tree.

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Alexandria Slaven’s poster

Fabian Salvioli, Chair of the Human Rights Committee  said: “It is so important to have children celebrating the 50th anniversary of the human rights Covenants through this poster competition”.

“For the Covenants to continue to have meaning over the next 50 years, children must be aware of their rights and the importance of the Covenants to their lives and happiness,” he said.

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