Press release: Canada – Honour the Promise – Help to evacuate Afghan female athletes to safety

Hello members and supporters of WLOT,


Please see the attached letter I sent to Prime Minister Trudeau today, along with our press release, and letter to Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Mr. Sean Fraser concerning the extreme danger female athletes in Afghanistan face under the Taliban regime.
This press release concerns the role Canada needs to play in terms of evacuating them and providing them visas immediately. Signatories to this letter include the Canadian gold medal winning Soccer team from the 2020 Summer Olympics and numerous other notable athletes and public figures.

Should you have any questions regarding this campaign, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Call for Applications – WUSC

Hello folks,

Women Leaders of Tomorrow’s partner organization WUSC has recently launched Call for Applications for the Student Refugee Program in Pakistan. The Afghan refugee students are encouraged to apply. For further details please check below and or send an email to info@womenleaders.ca.

[Call for applications in Pakistan!] WUSC invites suitably qualified candidates based in Pakistan to apply for the Student Refugee Program (SRP). Find the Call for Application here: http://bit.ly/2S8kUfk–

-[L’EUMC invite les candidats qualifiés basés au Pakistan à poser leur candidature pour le Programme d’étudiants et d’étudiants réfugiés (PER). Trouvez l’appel à candidature ici: http://bit.ly/2S8kUfkThe Student Refugee Program (SRP) is a unique program that combines resettlement to Canada with access to post-secondary education for young refugees.srp.wusc.caPotential Sponsored Students – Student Refugee ProgramThe Student Refugee Program (SRP) is a unique program that combines resettlement to Canada with access to post-secondary education for young refugees.The Student Refugee Program (SRP) is a unique program that combines resettlement to Canada with access to post-secondary education for young refugees.

Judo family!

Judo means respect and friendship. The bond between people of Afghanistan and Uzbekistan is strong. We are all one big Judo family! 💕🥋

Afghanistan aims for Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

رهبری دختران افغانستان – راد!

Friba Rezayee Speaking on Remembrance Day at UBC

The ED of Women Leaders of Tomorrow was invited to speak at UBC War Memorial Gym on November 11 Remembrance day. The Afghan women and all Afghans thank the Canadian military services in Afghanistan. She ended her speech by saying “Let the value and legacy of democracy, human rights, and freedom live forever” #LestWeForget 🇦🇫🇨🇦♥️ You can watch and listen her full speech at 👉 https://events.ubc.ca/ubc-remembers/

Afghan girls’ education and sport were discussed at Crofton House Vancouver

The ED of Women Leaders of Tomorrow spoke about the importance of girls’ education, and sport and why that it is imperative to act now in Afghanistan at Crofton House in Vancouver. Everyone respected the fact that education is a human rights and human rights are universal.

The Crofton House also organized the 45 minutes walk with the following hashtags #WalkWithAfghanWomen #WLOT #GOAL #GirlsOfAfghanistanLead they are generously doanted care packages to the newly arrived Afghan refugee families 💕 Thank you!

رهبری دختران افغانستان – ردا

From Newfoundland to Kabul!

From Newfoundland Canada to Kabul Afghanistan. Afghan girls education and learning are unstoppable – learning is our right.

Thanks to the volunteer teachers who teach and tutor the young and bright girls whom our futures reliant on. They are the women Leaders or tomorrow.

Did you know that one of our student wants to become the first woman president in Afghanistan? You can learn more about her by reading this article at SaltWire!

GirlsofAfghanistanLead #WalkwithAfghanwomen #WLOT

https://www.saltwire.com/newfoundland-labrador/opinion/local-perspectives/ann-willis-why-this-newfoundlander-is-tutoring-a-girl-in-kabul-despite-the-taliban-100654058/