Environmentalists at Norvergence believe that the different ways in which today’s generation especially children are raising their voice against injustice or climate change, it seems the future of this planet is in safe hands.
September 20, 2019, millions of people have come out in large numbers to protest against climate change demanding urgent action. The global movement led by the Swedish school striker, “Greta Thunberg” has now taken the shape of a massive revolt.
Greta herself tweeted about the enthusiasm that people showed up in favor of the environment.
“New York City is looking huge! Lower Manhattan is packed with people. It will take ages for everyone to get to Battery Park. #ClimateStrike #FridaysForFuture”
Overall, the demonstrations were taking place across the 185 countries and Norvergence gets hope for the better future from it as the young generation is guiding all of us towards a sustainable society.
Now, Norvergence wants you to shift your focus from this towards the Syrian situation (especially in 2016).
Norvergence: Syrian Children held PokemonGo Placards Requesting People to Save Their Lives
In 2016, everyone was obsessed with a game called, “Pokemon Go”. Across the world, people were catching the Pokemon making it one of the most trending news of 2019.
Meanwhile, when the world was enjoying this game, children in Syrian were dying because of the civil war.
Many pictures were circulated on social media by the Revolutionary Forces of Syria Media Office (RFS) where Syrian children were holding placards that read, “I am here, come save me”.
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Another one read: “I am in Kafr Nabl on the outskirts of Idlib, come and save me,” and another: “I am in Kafr Zeta, save me.”
The spokesperson of RFS told The Independent, “With the media spread wide for Pokemon game we decided to publish these images to highlight the suffering of the Syrian people from the bombing of the forces of order and Air-Assad to the Syrian people and besiege them.”
Norvergence further read the remaining part of the interview which explained: “We want to raise awareness and draw attention to the plight of Syrian children in besieged areas and the suffering of Syrian people who are attacked and killed by the Assad regime and its allies.”
Norvergence: Why these 2 types of Children Give us Hope for the Better Future
Both incidents are completely different. But, at the same time, both show how our children are growing up with dreams of a better and peaceful future. They want a world free of civil wars, pollution, etc.
Also, these incidents depict the amount of courage today’s generation has. They can take a stand and fight for injustice.
This attitude and behavior of youth have given an immense hope to the team Norvergence and all people out there hoping for a better future.
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