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Kamala Sarup: Politics Of Education

Politics Of Education

By Kamala Sarup

We need to wage war for good educational system to improve a peaceful political system. Also, how can we protect a detailed social system so we can work exactly for educational reforms system?. Radical reforms on education needed because that means educational reform will perform elsewhere.

People always expressed the idea of spreading good educational system into the world including in South Asia. But, this is a much more difficult task. Education is a vast and a powerful subject. We should not forget, good educational reform system enhances Nations ability to become an independent and a rich nation, which is important in a democracy.

The issue isn't increasing economic growth. It's the govt providing essential social service for the people like national health care for all and public education that's high quality also for everyone. Also we need to use 80 - 90% of educational funds for the poor students. Says Stephen Lendman.

We want to help the poor students and the trouble will end. Even a education and peace are two separate issues. We need to work on both but always to help poor students first.

I don't see how a nation can function adequately unless the general population has at least the ability to read newspapers to know what is going on in the government so that they can choose leaders intelligently.

We should promote more agreeable educational system in the world. We would like a system that show how the people and children joined the system whenever there were peaceful changes. Maybe educational reform system show the peaceful political system through these changes.

As for a good educational system, nation should have what we are looking for and where we can find the system that can be described at a place that permits more people to join. Do we have a support who can support our cause.

Children and youths must be able to work and able to save the money for good education system because education is a potential powerful system is being monitored closely to determine if the power becomes a peaceful nation.

And also the conflict over the years seriously affected the world's social, educational and economic system. The atmosphere of insecurity and terror can ruined the educational system.

We should know how the institution of education is in a dialectical relationship with society?. When conflict arises, relationships between students and the educational system can become strained.

Educational system become victims in Nepal

All political parties, members of civil society, business community and general people should extend their active cooperation in establishing permanent educational reforms system. Education sectors have become visible victims of politicization in Nepal. Nepalese people are concerned that basic education should not be used for political means.

We have to work towards a mutually acceptable solution. We should encourage mutual problem-solving efforts and should promote positive working relationships between students and educational system. We should help political organizations and school personnel focus on what they have in common with the student's needs.

We should not forget how Nepal, agreed on achieving six goals during the 2002 UN Special Session on Children, which is known as the 'Millennium Development Goals'. As per this agreement, member states had pledged to ensure, by 2015, to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, achieve universal primary education, promote gender equality and empower women, reduce child mortality, improve maternal health and combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.

As we all know our children are being killed in Nepal. Our children are the predominant victims of Maoists war. Our innocent children are deliberately targeted by Maoists. The media should focuses on children because that is more sensational and appealing to sentimental audiences.


Journalist and Story Writer Kamala Sarup ( Journalism) is an editor of Some of the main focus of the e-magazine has been on disarmament, conflict resolution, nonviolent sanctions, conflicts and crises. Its activities include training,research and supports peace, democracy and development in societies undergoing crisis and change. Kamala Sarup is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on Peace Resolutions, Anti war, Women, Terrorism, Democracy, Development, Politics and HIV/AIDS. She wrote and published many articles, books and research papers.Some of her publications are: Women's Empowerment(Booklet). Prevention of trafficking in women for prostitution through media, (Book) Efforts to Prevent Trafficking in Women & Girls - A Pre-Study for Media Activism. Her interests include international conflict resolution, cross-cultural communication, philosophy, feminism, political, socio-economic and literature. Her current plans are to move on to humanitarian work in conflict areas in the near future. She also is experienced in organizational and community development. Kamala Sarup contributes regularly to World Security Network (WSN), Scoop Media, World press, Web Commentary, Bangladesh web.

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