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Youtube récompense la reine Rania de Jordanie

La belle souveraine hachémite s'est vue attribuer dernièrement un prix du grand site de partage de vidéos en ligne pour ses efforts à lutter contre les stéréotypes dont font l'objet les Arabes et les musulmans dans le monde. Et tenter de redorer leur image. 19/11/08 [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

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En ligne le : 19/11/08 14:01
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Rania de Jordanie à la Sorbonne

Rania de Jordanie à la conférence de la cité de la réussite [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

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En ligne le : 06/04/08 21:50
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MAGHREB CANAL 92 : JORDANIE QUEEN RANIA SE JUSTIFIE C'EST LACHE !!!

Ma Question a la Princesse Rania : Est ce que vous etes obliger de vous justifiez ce n'est pas de la lachete ? ceux qui accusent le monde arabe et musulman de violence, leurs Histoire est plein de BARBARIE ceci depuis le moyen age, puis les croisades en passant par l'esclavage, l'extermination des amerindiens, et la Barbarie des colonialisme + 2 guerres mondiales avec 2 bombes atomiques et la guerre du vietnam,les genocides de la Bousnie, la barbarie d'isreal, sans oublier la guerre en Irak et Afghanistan...etc ou mazal... [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 1 min 27
En ligne le : 15/11/08 05:52
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Jordan's Queen Rania on Arab women

Many of the questions and stereotypes received had to do with women -- specifically empowerment, violence, and honor crimes. Here's a clip where Queen Rania discusses these issues. العديد من الأسئلة والصور النمطية التي وصلت عبر الموقع تتعلق بالمرأة العربية، تمكينها، العنف الممارس ضدها، بالاضافة الى جرائم الشرف، الملكة رانيا ترد على التساؤلات [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 2 min 31
En ligne le : 16/04/08 18:56
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YOUTUBE EXCLUSIVE: Send me your stereotypes (الملكة رانيا)

Queen Rania is launching her presence on YouTube with this exclusive video. Watch the clip to hear her message to YouTubers everywhere, and then join in the conversation. الملكة رانيا تنضم الى عالم اليوتيوب. شاهد الفيديو الأول واستمع لرسالتها إلى زوار يوتيوب من مختلف أنحاء العالم ثم شارك في الحوار [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 1 min 46
En ligne le : 31/03/08 06:26
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Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan - Peace One Day

Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan's message for Peace Day 2007.Jeremy Gilley is an actor turned film maker, who in the late 1990's became preoccupied with questions about the fundamental nature of humanity and the issue of peace. He decided to explore these through the medium of film, and specifically, to create a documentary following his campaign to establish a day of ceasefire and non-violence. In 1999, Jeremy founded Peace One Day, a non-profit organisation, and in 2001 Peace One Day's efforts were rewarded when the United Nations unanimously adopted the first-ever day of global ceasefire and non-violence on 21 September annually - Peace Day. In 2007 according to the UN, over 100 million people were active on Peace Day, in 192 countries. There were life-saving initiatives in 14 countries, and over 80 activities in Afghanistan alone where 1.4 million children were vaccinated against polio. WHAT WILL YOU DO TO MAKE PEACE ON 21 SEPTEMBER? Make your commitment now at www.peaceoneday.org [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 1 min 33
En ligne le : 10/04/08 15:28
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UNICEF: Jordan's Queen Rania at "Education for All" launch

NEW YORK, USA, 26 September 2008 Devli Kumari, now 11, came a long way from a stone quarry in India, where she grew up as a child labourer, to United Nations headquarters in New York, where she spoke at the launch of an Education for All campaign during the General Assembly session this week. Devli told her story yesterday to a rapt audience that included UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan, UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman, pop stars Bono and Bob Geldof, and other dignitaries attending the high-level event. Schools dont just build lives, they save lives, said Queen Rania. Our deadline of 2015 is feasible. It is also indispensable and also non-negotiable. It is a test we cannot afford to fail. To read the full story, visit: www.unicef.org [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 0 min 59
En ligne le : 01/10/08 14:59
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A Conversation With Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan

Her Majesty Queen Rania married then Prince Abdullah Al Hussein on June 10, 1993. Since becoming Queen and her nation's First Lady, Queen Rania has devoted herself to supporting initiatives that seek to improve the quality of life for all Jordanians. She also is actively involved in an array of issues of global concern, namely access to education. She has a special interest in several core issues: developing income-generating projects and the advancement of best practices in the field of microfinance; improving the quality of life of the family unit, including the protection of children from violence and the promotion of Early Childhood Development; incorporating Information Technology into the educational system; and promoting tourism and the preservation of Jordan's heritage. [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 42 min 25
En ligne le : 22/09/09 23:13
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UNICEF: Queen Rania of Jordan in Argentina (Spanish)

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, 23 October 2008 Children at a UNICEF-supported school in Argentina received a royal visitor this week, when Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan dropped by. In her role as UNICEF's Eminent Advocate for Children, Queen Rania learned about a new programme that allows teachers, administrators and families to self-evaluate educational practices at the Paula Albarracín de Sarmiento school, and make quick changes when improvements are needed. "The job of reforming education is one that never ends," said Queen Rania. "It is one that involves all partners. Teachers, students, families, communities, the government even the private sector has to be involved in the process." To read the full story, visit: www.unicef.org [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 1 min 45
En ligne le : 27/10/08 00:52
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UNICEF: Queen Rania of Jordan in Argentina (Arabic)

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, 23 October 2008 Children at a UNICEF-supported school in Argentina received a royal visitor this week, when Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan dropped by. In her role as UNICEF's Eminent Advocate for Children, Queen Rania learned about a new programme that allows teachers, administrators and families to self-evaluate educational practices at the Paula Albarracín de Sarmiento school, and make quick changes when improvements are needed. "The job of reforming education is one that never ends," said Queen Rania. "It is one that involves all partners. Teachers, students, families, communities, the government even the private sector has to be involved in the process." To read the full story, visit: www.unicef.org [ voir sur Youtube.com ]

Durée : 1 min 48
En ligne le : 27/10/08 00:48
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