Here’s the reason why 800 million students will be unemployed by 2030

Unemployment has become common problem in recent times across the world. India is the one which is facing unemployment on large scale.

According to reports, more than 800 million young people graduating from schools by 2030 will not have the appropriate skills to pursue a job.

Gordon Brown says, we have neglected over 260 million children who are out of school and an additional 400 million who are functionally illiterate.

“We’re effectively trying to double the education aid. Millions of children will remain on the streets rather than in school if the funding is not found,” said by Gordon Brown.

Further, considering the present scenario, he said, a majority of girls and children in conflict zones will lose out on education.

Also, he backed the ‘Protecting Children in Conflict’ inquiry which has been sponsored by Save the Children and Their world.

While concluding the statement, Brown said, “We want to find out, for example, whether there’s a case for an international criminal court for children’s cases.”

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