IJF news article in Japanese language

The IJF news article about Women Leaders of Tomorrow and it’s sub-project the GOAL Judo initiative has been translated into Japanese language – Thank you #NPOJudos and #IJF!مقاله خبری IJF در مورد زنان رهبر فردا و پروژه فرعی آن GOAL جودو به زبان ژاپنی ترجمه شده است – تشکر #NPOJudos و #IJF#girlsofafghanistanlead#golf

The education and value of Judo

Very inspiring plus motivating. The education of Judo is every important for women’s Judo. “we mustn’t forget the value of education in Judo”. Lucie Decosse 非常に刺激的でやる気を起こさせます。柔道の教育は、女性の柔道にとって非常に重要です。 「柔道の教育の価値を忘れてはならない」。リュシ・デコスبسیار الهام بخش به علاوه انگیزه. تحصیلات جودو برای جودو زنان از اهمیت بسیاری برخوردار است. “ما نباید ارزش آموزش در جودو را فراموش کنیم”. لوسی دکوسهرهبری دختران افغانستان – ردا!#womeninjudo#empowerment#judoforfred#GOAL#girlsofafghanistanlead

Afghanistan Needs Women Leaders

An article by Nicolas Messner

“Judo is more than a sport. It is a philosophy that helps us to develop our mind and body to overcome difficulties in order to build a better society, as it was stated by Kano Jigoro Shihan, the founder of judo. The judo values have proven on many occasions that they can help communities to develop better living conditions through our moral code: courtesy, courage, friendship, honesty, honour, modesty, respect and self-control. The Judo for Afghan Women and Girls for the GOAL Judo initiative totally embraces those values and the judo motto ‘mutual welfare and benefit” Nicolas Messner

Friba Rezayee is a smily and dynamic young woman, living in Canada and graduated in Political Science from the University of British Columbia, but that was not always the case. The founder and lead programme coordinator of ‘Women Leaders of Tomorrow’ and its leadership in sports project ‘GOAL’ (Girls of Afghanistan Lead) was born and raised in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Friba Rezayee (right) practicing with Zakera at the Kodokan Institute in Japan
https://www.ijf.org/news/show/afghanistan-needs-women-leaders?fbclid=IwAR2HAmekuyX0uG2UD3n4PqqDg9rGi5AEfHi09TGkxJBlUHz_p0RXhAgAFck

Looking for an English Language Tutor

Women Leaders of Tomorrow is looking for an English language tutor to hold conversation classes with the students whom are applying to US and or Canadian colleges and universities. The tutors will also practice English language with the girls from the Judo club.

  • The duration of the classes are 60 minutes
  • The classes are held two times a week
  • Lesson plans are up to the tutors
  • Classes format is conversation only
  • Notes are recommended
  • The classes are held at Kabul Afghanistan time zone (GMT+4:30)
  • Sessions will be held via video chat apps, for instance, Google Meet, Messenger, Whatsapp and or Signal

If you are you interested in applying please send an email to info@womenleaders.ca

International Day of Human Rights Campaign

Today is International Day of Human Rights. The Women Leaders of Tomorrow along with it’s GOAL Judo initiative held an online event with international champions and guest speakers to highlight this important issue in Afghanistan. There is nothing more important than #security#ceasefire#protectionofwomensright and freedom to practice our rights. I urge you to speak with the policy makers, MPs and world leaders to protect human rights now! Please post #becausehumanrightsmatter on social media! رهبری دختران افغانستان – ردا!

Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Today is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. The GOAL initiative is a grass root women empowerment program. It helps women and girls to end gender based violence. The only way to assure that is to empower Afghan women and girls. You have the power to do that. By donating today at https://bit.ly/36gTFK3 you will make sure that these girls will keep coming to their daily training, equally participating as men, have presence in the society as human beings, and eliminate culture of violence!