How women in Pakistan are creating political change | Shad Begum

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  • Published on Mar 8, 2019
  • Activist Shad Begum has spent her life empowering women to live up to their full potential. In a personal talk, she shares her determined struggle to improve the lives of women in her deeply religious and conservative community in northwest Pakistan -- and calls for women around the world to find their political voice. "We must stand up for our own rights -- and not wait for someone else to come and help us," Begum says.
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Comments • 338

  • Fine Haripur
    Fine Haripur 13 days ago

    feeling proud

  • A A
    A A Month ago

    women really shouldn't be allowed to drive. statistics people

  • N A
    N A 2 months ago +1

    Men create feminism in pakistan. Islam doesnt stop women working progressing. And niqaab is saudi man made misinterpretation of surah noor. Headscarf is important. Go women speak to imran khan.

  • Rarity DashPie
    Rarity DashPie 2 months ago

    Proud to see her “taboo” mindset. So proud of her struggle. Inshallah, your struggle will prove even more, thousand-fold successful. A wonderful thought process. You deserved that standing ovation 🌺🌺🎀

  • Knowledge of Politics
    Knowledge of Politics 2 months ago

    Very Good

  • Mohammed Ali
    Mohammed Ali 2 months ago +1

    Best wishes from India

  • TᴇɴᴢɪN TꜱᴇᴘʜᴇL

    Hers' is indeed an inspiring struggle and achievement. I wish her the best.

  • Billy Ray Hopkins jr
    Billy Ray Hopkins jr 3 months ago

    More so All Christian's have the mark of the beast! that is all that have worshiped the father in heaven on Sunday.
    Search the holy book u study and find what the father in heaven,has left for u ,Look for the truth through the book of Enoch,and how to survive in these last days,the father has blessed us with the truth in the last days.seek, and study ,most of all root the word of the father in heaven,Amen Beloved.

  • Issa gul
    Issa gul 3 months ago

    The women in the place where you came from need the most of your help... Please give them a helping hand.

  • vKaran12
    vKaran12 3 months ago

    This woman is brave. Pakistan is a barbaric state, and Islam is a poison that shackles everybody, but is worse to women. What she is doing therefore really does mean a lot.

  • muskan sharma
    muskan sharma 3 months ago +1

    Countries where religious law prevails social and political revolutions and revolts go to garbage box , it is good that there are these activists working for changes to be made but if they really want to achieve change they must question the root cause for every problem . In country like Pakistan a lot of people need change along with the women.

    • Kamal Sheikh
      Kamal Sheikh 26 days ago

      @muskan sharma Get your facts straight or keep your half-baked misunderstood bullshit to yourself. And worry about your own hindutva issues.

    • muskan sharma
      muskan sharma 3 months ago +1

      @Nayyera Khan yes it does , evident from the state of your country , what is happening with minorities , What notions of majority of people bear in mind .

    • Nayyera Khan
      Nayyera Khan 3 months ago

      Religious laws do not prevent us from revolutions.

  • salim pinjari
    salim pinjari 3 months ago +2

    Mindblowing speach, I hope all there people learn from her and eradicate terrorism and live peacefully

  • Bruce Cook
    Bruce Cook 3 months ago

    As Christopher Hitchens said, empowerment of women will flip a poverty stricken state upside down for the better. Good for her!

  • Lawlietftw30
    Lawlietftw30 3 months ago +13

    It's inspiring to see someone working so hard and doing so much for those around her.

  • براہمداغ
    براہمداغ 3 months ago

    Keep going Shad!

  • Team Bhojpuri
    Team Bhojpuri 3 months ago +1

    This is so motivational and inspiring video for new generation. Now I was thinking about this video. When will watch all people so definitely will change 20% and in the itself.

  • SYED JAFFER IMAM
    SYED JAFFER IMAM 3 months ago

    What's the difference between TED and TEDx??

    • Zunair Qureshi
      Zunair Qureshi 3 months ago

      TED is official and TedX is independent event but there affiliated with Ted.

  • John Legar
    John Legar 3 months ago +2

    Never let the tree of human rights wither, for on those frail boughs we hang our liberty.

  • Hilary Moran
    Hilary Moran 3 months ago

    Brilliant well done. X

  • EAGLE EYe
    EAGLE EYe 3 months ago +2

    In that whole speech she doesn’t need to insult any gender to speak for female rights, if all the feminist talks like her I believe more and more man will take part in the process and raise their voice for womens rights👍

  • EAGLE EYe
    EAGLE EYe 3 months ago +1

    During her speech she doesn’t look a little bit of pretentious despite her astounding success and achievement but the whole speech was very influencing, I'm impressed. That's what a feminist should look like, Ema Watson could learn something from this women

  • Would Bang
    Would Bang 3 months ago

    3/10. Would not bang

  • Albin Abraham
    Albin Abraham 3 months ago

    Keep up the good work Shad

  • Ari Marun
    Ari Marun 3 months ago

    Yes

  • MGTOW Lifestyle
    MGTOW Lifestyle 3 months ago

    Pakistan is a tribal country

  • harshit katyal
    harshit katyal 3 months ago

    Pakistan ki maa ka bhosara

  • tissetatten
    tissetatten 3 months ago

    Well done wishing you the best of luck and future success

  • Zen = Yen 🔴
    Zen = Yen 🔴 3 months ago +4

    for any change to take place, the hijab has to go.
    and without change the hijab cannot go.
    think about it.

    • Nayyera Khan
      Nayyera Khan 3 months ago

      For any change hijab is irrelevant. Hijab doesn't create any problem for us

  • forever0042000
    forever0042000 3 months ago +1

    Supposedly women are oppress yet USA still couldn't elect a woman.

  • dev0n james
    dev0n james 3 months ago +1

    the key is only educating girls and injecting feminism into Islam.

    • d3st88
      d3st88 3 months ago

      Feminism and islam is like splicing ebola and the flu together to create one superbug destroying the planet.

  • DeVouR Playz
    DeVouR Playz 3 months ago

    this women is delusional

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      Your English is pathetic.

  • 안녕하세여
    안녕하세여 3 months ago +1

    I respect Shed's braveness to make opportunities to woman, not borrowing the power of opportunities that are existing.

  • Daniel TTY
    Daniel TTY 3 months ago +4

    As long as you are still a Moslem, there is no such thing as equality between woman and man. Be brave and leave the religion.

    • vKaran12
      vKaran12 3 months ago

      While you are correct, keep in mind that if she actually chose to leave this evil religion, she'd probably get killed.

    • Haobin Song
      Haobin Song 3 months ago

      Faizan A only Islam does that

    • MGTOW Lifestyle
      MGTOW Lifestyle 3 months ago

      At least Christianity is peAceful

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Yes and convert to the all blessed and mighty Christianity where the White Man decides what the woman should and shouldn't do with her body.

  • Lunareon
    Lunareon 3 months ago +6

    You've come so far in such a relatively short period of time. That's amazing! :)

  • nikki.creeps around.on.holidays

    To everyone who disliked:
    Why would you do that? Here in front of you in a little screen stands a woman who deserves your respect. Not only because she's a woman, also because she's a human being like every single one of us and because she tried to change her world into a place she has some rights in. I would really like to know your motives to dislike her speech. If somebody who disliked reads this, please tell me I'm curious. Thank you.

    • Swae Ocean
      Swae Ocean 3 months ago

      Faizan A - obkb surely doo dah silly sexist.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      @Swae Ocean What an incredibly ignorant thing to say.

    • forever0042000
      forever0042000 3 months ago +1

      she is not half dressed and showing real struggle. Its unattractive.

    • Swae Ocean
      Swae Ocean 3 months ago

      nikki.creeps around.on.holidays -- Why does a person deserve respect because they were born female?

  • raghav iyer
    raghav iyer 3 months ago

    Why not just reserve position in the local government for women? In India 1/3 seats are reserved for ladies.

  • Waqas Ali
    Waqas Ali 3 months ago

    Pakistan's map is not complete.

  • RAJU RAJU
    RAJU RAJU 3 months ago +1

    WTF!!! Political change😮 and that too in pakistan 🚫 Are you kidding TED. JUST CHANGE TITLE OF VIDEO🤯

  • DURMUŞ BAYSAL
    DURMUŞ BAYSAL 3 months ago +2

    Betty Friedan, (1921-2006) the pioneer of feminism, says:
    "The comfort of a woman is a union with a man based on loyalty."
    Raising a child is less important than building a factory?
    The biggest status and career for women is motherhood.
    Our future depends on mothers raising their children well.
    Capitalism wants you to search the truth in the wrong place.
    Please don't be biased and think deeply.

  • saleem rather
    saleem rather 3 months ago

    Thank God here is a siver linning

  • Nature Boy
    Nature Boy 3 months ago +2

    YES, PLEASE CHANGE YOUR POLITICAL SYSTEMS. PLEASE!!!
    SO THAT YOUR MEN WILL STOP COMING TO THE WEST AND STOP GROOMING AND RAPING OUR CHILDREN!!!

  • premier69
    premier69 3 months ago +5

    drop the religion and start exercising.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      Looked in the mirror lately?

    • Yusuf Noor
      Yusuf Noor 3 months ago +5

      Drop the xenophobia and get a life.

  • Zeeshan amin
    Zeeshan amin 3 months ago +4

    Who else saw the video at the speed of 1.75x

  • rohit patke
    rohit patke 3 months ago +71

    Good to see women working towards change and empowering other women. Great progress. Best wishes for your future projects.

  • Mast Ullah Baig
    Mast Ullah Baig 3 months ago +4

    More power to you Shad Baigum

  • Albin Prem
    Albin Prem 3 months ago +1

    Bharath Mata Ki Jai 💪🏻🇮🇳🔥

  • Khushal Khan
    Khushal Khan 3 months ago +7

    As a pukhtoon i feel really proud of shad begum speaking on such a big platform and working for women empowerment in khyber pukhtoonkhwa. We pukhtoons have had to suffer the most because of terrorism in our country and people like her are the reason we’re still strong and fighting! More power to you mam!

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      I'm not Pukhtoon but I know you guys face a lot of discrimination. Pukhtoons should be a protected minority group with more incentives so you can succeed as well.

  • Rameshan Sivapalan
    Rameshan Sivapalan 3 months ago +6

    Her making a speech about Muslim change, while wearing a hijab is like a black person making a speech about freedom, while wearing shackles 😅

    • Mohammed Ali
      Mohammed Ali 2 months ago

      This is because you have a nonsense understanding of hijab and slavery.
      So why don't you just cutting the mangalsutra if your mom and wife.
      Since this rope around their neck is the symbol of oppression

    • Rameshan Sivapalan
      Rameshan Sivapalan 3 months ago

      U could've simply said ...modesty ....but you know what....when you hear of multiple stories of honour killings due to the specific reason that the victim chose not to wear her hijab ....
      Religion of peace alright....if you leave the religion or forget to wear your hijab...its rest in PEACE 😅

    • Ati Sanskari
      Ati Sanskari 3 months ago

      I have seen many Muslims harrassing women on internet just because little bit of the neck was showing throw the hijab.how can it be empowerment.muslim women are the most oppressed one if not from the home than from the society.its 2019 muslim need to change their mindsets.

    • MGTOW Lifestyle
      MGTOW Lifestyle 3 months ago

      Hijab is sign of slavery

    • Nayyera Khan
      Nayyera Khan 3 months ago +1

      Our hijab IS NOT AN OPPRESSION. It's a liberty to choose that a girl does not want to show her body to everyone. It never hinders in our way to success. It is a protection for us

  • Vaibhav Gupta
    Vaibhav Gupta 3 months ago

    great news.

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    좆인실 3 months ago

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    • 좆인실
      좆인실 3 months ago

      BRUT-FORCE that is such advertisement comment

  • Mohsin Ali
    Mohsin Ali 3 months ago +6

    We are proud of you Miss Shad Begum.
    Pakistan Zindhabad!

  • eclipse
    eclipse 3 months ago +87

    This is what REAL feminism looks like.

    • Vitor Oliveira
      Vitor Oliveira 3 months ago +1

      @Dr Aidennwitz My fault too, i'm not good explaining stuffs in english

    • Dr Aidennwitz
      Dr Aidennwitz 3 months ago +1

      @Vitor Oliveira
      Sorry, I misunderstood you then; to me, you appeared to share OP's point of view that there is something called "real feminism," implying the existence of "fake feminism," but there's no such thing. We can only talk about more popular or less popular trends, or those with less traction and more traction.
      Of course, radical splinters of any movement are also part of that movement, but the fact is that their importance in politics or anywhere outside the internet/campus is marginal compared to your typical pro-choice, anti-gender-based violence and workplace discrimination crowd.
      In other words, implying that Pakistani feminism is more "real" than western feminism is wrong, not only because there's no way to measure it, but because the implied undertone of such message is that there exists western feminism that does not tackle actual everyday problems, and that it constitutes a significant fraction of western feminist though, which is false.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Dr Aidennwitz I’m agreeing with you. The far right has tried to smear feminism in general by associating them with the most extreme examples of feminism that only exist on the dark corners of the internet.

    • Simona Collins
      Simona Collins 3 months ago +1

      this IS feminism. period.

    • Vitor Oliveira
      Vitor Oliveira 3 months ago +2

      @Dr Aidennwitz I dont know what tumbrl feminist looks like. But of course i didnt said that, i said that if memes are a fair representation of any reality, like tumbrl feminists, its valid representation of the subject "tumbrl feminist". But as i said before, ther eare many forms of expression about feminism, so if a meme refers to tumbrl feminists, this meme wouldnt be a fair represenation of other different feminist groups.
      Like, is very common to see in any form of protest a major pacific group and a small violent group. The small one speaks for itself, not for the whole group. The same aplies to feminism.

  • SergioHerpon
    SergioHerpon 3 months ago +6

    Bye bye, TED.

  • The Muckler
    The Muckler 3 months ago +5

    Why would you leave your children there?

    • Sophia Mason
      Sophia Mason 3 months ago +1

      I think her children wouldn't be safe if they were with her.

    • The Muckler
      The Muckler 3 months ago +1

      Her children's safety trumps her desire to further a political career.

    • Jackie miles
      Jackie miles 3 months ago

      The Muckler 1. because her affiliation with the previous government.
      2. She being a woman
      3. And her views on women’s rights

  • DC
    DC 3 months ago +20

    No mention of Christian women being jailed for blasphemy- how convenient.

    • DC
      DC 3 months ago

      @Khalid Imtiaz Rampant discrimination, murders of Christian lawyers and politicians, and nonsense charges resulting in a mother being locked up for nearly a decade while her family receives death threats is just an misunderstand. And now we have to deal with Muslims in our country is disgusting.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Nice whataboutism right there. How convenient that you posted a passive aggressive, religion baiting comment on this video.

    • Khalid Imtiaz
      Khalid Imtiaz 3 months ago +2

      The origin of it is in a flock of illiterate village ladies fighting over nothing and started dealing low blows using religion. The ones who had numbers won. When it came to Blasphemy, a lot of factors got involved and when the case reached supreme court, she was released while realizing the whole incident.

  • Michael Pisciarino
    Michael Pisciarino 3 months ago +46

    0:12 Change in Pakistan
    0:54 5% of boys, 1% of girls pursued education. Begum and her father.
    2:15 Reconnecting with women and girls
    3:00 Standing up for your own rights 3:36 It was hard
    4:07 Suffering Silently
    4:58 Elected woman. Ladies only room. Fighting to make clean drinking water more accessible
    6:32 Strength in numbers
    7:12 2007: The Taliban
    8:12 Persistence. 2009 Influx of refugees. 8:48 Healthcare units
    9:10 Training
    10:28 Some of the young women Begum worked with
    11:44 Change
    12:25 Building Feminist Leadership. Making Important Decisions.
    13:07 Dark Days passing.

    • Burning Heart
      Burning Heart 3 months ago +1

      good job

    • براہمداغ
      براہمداغ 3 months ago +3

      @Engr. Waleed Khan People do that to section the video for anyone interested in a specific topic

    • Melissa Yes
      Melissa Yes 3 months ago +1

      @Engr. Waleed Khan no clue but i love it?

  • mahabub alam
    mahabub alam 3 months ago +1

    Hope you will work beside PM of your country.

  • AlanhAkk
    AlanhAkk 3 months ago +6

    Sorry, but without watching I'm pretty sure they won't change anything.

  • Şahin yaşar
    Şahin yaşar 3 months ago +5

    She is Proud of Pakistan

    • Şahin yaşar
      Şahin yaşar 3 months ago

      @MGTOW Lifestyle what are you talking about im a man who love strong womens

    • MGTOW Lifestyle
      MGTOW Lifestyle 3 months ago

      @Şahin yaşar r u a girl, what she did is 1 in million, that every girl cannot do or can be succesful, dont take her example n stick to every 1, that is rare 1 in billion, its like you start to sing, what is the chance you suced as a singer 0.0001 %

    • Şahin yaşar
      Şahin yaşar 3 months ago

      @MGTOW Lifestyle tell that to Israel if you were a palestine citizen you sure be killed by or tell that to Saudia arabia if you were a yemeni you sure be killed
      its not close to isolated occur or not dangerous its upon to who you are or where you are
      Sure she had toubled by own family but if she want she can change her country because she is a citizen after all she has that right

    • MGTOW Lifestyle
      MGTOW Lifestyle 3 months ago

      we are not dangerous like taliban or anywhere close to triabls, these things r long gone, although some isolated occur

    • Şahin yaşar
      Şahin yaşar 3 months ago

      @MGTOW Lifestyle That is LIFE but i think this difficulty is the same everywhere in every country

  • Charles Dickens
    Charles Dickens 3 months ago +5

    You're wearing the headscarf that Muslim men force you to wear and you think you are empowering women?

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      You don't know if she is forced to wear hijab or not. And obviously she's not since she could've chose not to in the video.

    • Fuad Karar
      Fuad Karar 3 months ago

      Wearing aheadscarf is her culture but i thing you are still not free

    • Sultan Hamza
      Sultan Hamza 3 months ago

      @Charles Dickens Bro this is a very long debate and neither you nor I have the time. I just quoted from Quran that there is no compulsion in islam. And as I recall, That was your question. I will answer just briefly that he waged war on them after tolerating their violence for 13 years. You can read about it in Islamic literature or Hazrat Muhammad's Islamic biography. Before imposing any more questions, first think that whether is your question based on research or Fox news' propaganda.

    • Charles Dickens
      Charles Dickens 3 months ago +3

      @Sultan Hamza So should they be more like Muhammad and the first Caliphs, waging war and conquering land?

    • Sultan Hamza
      Sultan Hamza 3 months ago

      @Charles Dickens As I said before, if they are doing it, its wrong. I just quoted from the most respected literature of Islam.If someone drives a ferrari and has an accident while drunk. It does not mean that ferrari is faulty. same way if muslims are not doing right things, it does not mean that islam tells them to do so.

  • Rossco Picoltrane
    Rossco Picoltrane 3 months ago +2

    Any relation?????

  • World's Netizen
    World's Netizen 3 months ago +11

    I didn't see too much change from their traditional iconic hijab dressing code.

    • Kay Kann
      Kay Kann 3 months ago

      I can see you were not paying attention on the topic but her dress. Stop your hate mongering.

    • The Flaneur
      The Flaneur 3 months ago

      @Nayyera Khan IF what you portray about yourself is accurate, and you are truly being honest with yourself, and not rationalizing away your indiscretions, and pretending to appear more pious than you are.... THEN, you are in the minority, and not the majority, as I have come to observe.

      I have also come to the conclusion, that one runs into as much less problems in generalizing people erroneously, than in NOT generalizing them when it is accurate, and suffering for it when they turn out to fit the generalization. I have no moral qualms with generalizing, so guilt-tripping me won't work.

      I put the onus on the individual to disprove my generalizations, than for me to give them the default benefit of the doubt. A lesson one learns with age and wisdom, instead of naive, youthful idealism.

    • Nayyera Khan
      Nayyera Khan 3 months ago

      @The Flaneur our religion never puts us down. Yes you might have seen some girls who pretend to be relogious but are not in reality but that doesn't mean to generalize this rule on every religious person. No one is pure, everyone makes mistakes and not all muslim girls who take hijab do this for show off. Many women take hijab because they love and obey their God and they also try to stay modest and pure (try to stay far from illegitimate relations as best ad they can). They bear too much criticism from their families, relatives, friends and society but they stick to their hijab no matter what because they have not taken it for the people, they have taken it to obey their God.

    • The Flaneur
      The Flaneur 3 months ago +1

      The irony being, that women hide behind the veil, and religion in order to pretend to be pious and have legitimacy in the community, AFTER they have slutted it up, and partied in their youth. And I speak from direct experience with this. I know girls who've slept with 500 guys, and other's who've been full on lesbian, but who pretend to be religious in order to settle down with some beta chump who will put a ring on it, when they are getting fat and old. Women in particular say religion limits them, but it is they who seek out such superstitious woo-woo, and in particular the collective, which most religions are.

      Very similar to nuns, and Christian church girls who sleep around in private, and use religion to virtue signal, to get people off "the scent" of who they are in private. Much like gays and pedos who hide behind the mask of the religion/church as well. I personally remember converting a girl to my religion, and then realized she did it just for show, and was the most sinister person I ever met. I then realized I could trust "religious" people the least, since they wear it as a fashion, and convenient one which suits their circumstances.

      Point being, people like her might complain religion holds them down, but it comes in convenient in so many other ways for them, later on. Though not for the actual ideological/spiritual purposes as we'd all come to expect from them.

    • Eagle 367
      Eagle 367 3 months ago +1

      @amy imran nasir hahahaha good one

  • Shams Rush
    Shams Rush 3 months ago

    😀😛

  • SMOOTH FREQUENCY
    SMOOTH FREQUENCY 3 months ago +6

    With all RESPECT to your culture.. I had to stop watching this TED Talk due to one word she used often.... (((ALLOW)))

    • SMOOTH FREQUENCY
      SMOOTH FREQUENCY 3 months ago

      @Vianca Varma I think you meant LIVE under. And yes I do and change must be made first with a new way of THINKING/WORDS. 💜 Thank you for allowing/giving me the opportunity to clarify.🙏

    • Vianca Varma
      Vianca Varma 3 months ago +2

      Lala Ambi do you have any idea how moronic you sound ? Can you even fathom the condition some women in Pakistan love under ? She’s trying to bring change and you’re whining about something as petty as her choice of words. Smh

  • Casey Welch
    Casey Welch 3 months ago

    Why are all TED thumbnails the same

  • Eva Dull
    Eva Dull 3 months ago +8

    This is amazing and so inspiring ❤️

  • Marc Torres
    Marc Torres 3 months ago

    I swear women act like they are a different bread

    • Lee Ara
      Lee Ara 3 months ago +3

      pretty sure men acted that way when they oppressed women for ages.

    • The Flaneur
      The Flaneur 3 months ago

      They are, paradoxically, special AND equal at the same time. Isn't today international women's day? Yet no men's day, no seniors day, no children's day. They are a privileged, comfortable, permanent leisure class.... in the West. Though not necessarily everywhere else in the world.

    • habituallyhaley
      habituallyhaley 3 months ago +2

      gluten free. lmaooo

  • Shreyas Shetty
    Shreyas Shetty 3 months ago +2

    Terrorist brides

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      What's with all these comments hating on her with obvious Indian usernames?

  • Kimberyote3
    Kimberyote3 3 months ago +17

    TED continues to collude and condone Sharia. How despicable.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Kimberyote3 Took one look at your profile; everything made sense.

    • Haris Ahmed
      Haris Ahmed 3 months ago +2

      Another low iq obsessed with sharia more than some muslims

    • Big Gus
      Big Gus 3 months ago +1

      Kimberyote3
      lol every time I hear “despicable” it reminds me of Daffy Duck!

    • Jackie miles
      Jackie miles 3 months ago

      Kimberyote3 Why don’t you do your research first. Then you can decide what Sharia law really is.

    • Charles Dickens
      Charles Dickens 3 months ago +3

      Funny because no Muslim society would ever allow a free, open forum of ideas.

  • Ripper Ace
    Ripper Ace 3 months ago +29

    Proud of her Journey ,Proud of her thoughts .

  • metfan metfan
    metfan metfan 3 months ago +2

    ❤❤❤❤

  • Mitman Production
    Mitman Production 3 months ago +2

    No one else see the Begum in her name ain’t it familiar

  • tariq mehmood
    tariq mehmood 3 months ago

    Great

  • Saptarshi Banik
    Saptarshi Banik 3 months ago +1

    😂😂😂 u guys are nothing

  • Nature Nurture
    Nature Nurture 3 months ago +1

    11:15
    Energizer
    DOs
    1.Attention & Participation
    2.Knowledge of the subject matter
    3.Communication Skills
    4.Eye Contact
    5.Frank, Open, Joyful
    6.Pitch of voice
    7.Responsive/Responsible
    8.Time Management
    9.Be Punctual
    10.Understanding Priorities
    Don'ts
    DON'T BE SHY

  • Rxgy Dxgy
    Rxgy Dxgy 3 months ago +3

    Shamima begum?

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      does literally anyone else le last names??1!!!!2121212

  • Pawan Kumar
    Pawan Kumar 3 months ago +34

    As long as there's a void within us, we live to only fill that. Once we have no void within, we begin to appreciate others and the outside world, for we then don't want the world to give anything to us, but for us to give the world.

    • Tec.test18 Test
      Tec.test18 Test 2 months ago

      “This place is a dream. Only a sleeper considers it real. Then death comes like dawn, and you wake up laughing at what you thought was your grief.” - Rumi

    • Tec.test18 Test
      Tec.test18 Test 2 months ago

      @Kareem Moutez read rumi if you just to explore some spiritual side. I don't know just try and see how it gives you new dimensions and thoughts.

    • Kareem Moutez
      Kareem Moutez 3 months ago +1

      Pawan Kumar any books anyone know on how to know more about this void?
      I definitely have a massive void within me.
      I spend on food, clothing, accessories, jewellery, stationary anything I feel I need. Sadly... I’ve spent thousands on self help courses, books, webinars, workshops.
      What’s going on? What void am I filling? What is this massive neediness within me I feel all the time??
      Loll sorry this talk is about something else.. I’m just reflecting on this cause I’ve hit rock bottom for like the 950th time..
      Any books or advice/information to help with this would be much appreciated!!!

  • Madhuvika kumari
    Madhuvika kumari 3 months ago +2

    The best one from Pakistan ❤

  • Hikmatullah khan
    Hikmatullah khan 3 months ago

    One of the best topic but now Pakistan is different from those days to now....

  • Vivek Kumar
    Vivek Kumar 3 months ago +2

    I think Pakistan should to change terrorist view

  • Rex Mann
    Rex Mann 3 months ago +6

    It's easy to bring about change when all your rapists and murderers are rampaging in Europe.

    • Rex Mann
      Rex Mann 3 months ago

      They didn't hurt me ai hurt them. USMC

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Show me on this doll where the Moslems hurt you.

  • Radosław Walkowski
    Radosław Walkowski 3 months ago +3

    Answer: they can't

  • Krieeez
    Krieeez 3 months ago +11

    You are wearing a Hijab, don't act as though any genuine change was happening

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      @someone slick There is no hijab requirement in Pakistan by law. Unless you can prove otherwise.

    • Krieeez
      Krieeez 3 months ago

      @boyman yet it turned into a cultural/personal symbol for all the wrong reasons? it still originated in the religion and without it nobody would wear it.

    • Moon kit
      Moon kit 3 months ago

      @boyman thank you for this.

    • boyman
      boyman 3 months ago +4

      @Krieeez she is in a place where she doesn't have to wear a hijab but she chooses to right? Keep in mind that a religious symbol can turn into a cultural or personal one.

    • someone slick
      someone slick 3 months ago +5

      @Moon kit The Hijab requirement should be removed and then if they still want to wear it then so be it.

  • Nature Nurture
    Nature Nurture 3 months ago +29

    In what way is the Pakistan of 2009 different from the Pakistan of 2019?

    • Adnan Ali
      Adnan Ali 3 months ago +1

      I guess the most important change is the change of the mindset. This can be seen in the way Pakistan handled the recent situation with India.

    • forever0042000
      forever0042000 3 months ago +1

      no terrorist attacks, people investing into country, prioritizing global warming, new political party, strong judicial, truly decline in crime, doctors accountable, political figures accountable, higher percentage than ever in educational institutions, easy visa access for outsiders, better tourism access and faculties, better high ways and road connectivity. This is a lot I think.

    • give me red bull
      give me red bull 3 months ago

      ThePower OfTheDoge I respect that. Lets all hope to see more change in thr coming years

    • Syed Wasif Hussain
      Syed Wasif Hussain 3 months ago

      @give me red bull for the record,I have,and I can't say how much I love their grace and language.
      We are always justifying the actions of our government in our news even when they are wrong.This should change,we are a democratic country and should not be afraid to point the wrong from right.

    • give me red bull
      give me red bull 3 months ago +2

      ThePower OfTheDoge if you followed other news reports about pakistan rather than just this one video that talks about advancements in education, you would know better

  • Nature Nurture
    Nature Nurture 3 months ago

    7:12 Yvonne Ridley

  • Nature Nurture
    Nature Nurture 3 months ago +13

    All the low life trolls barking now.. Will soon work for intelligent and compassanate women all over the world irrespective of their religion.

  • david clarke
    david clarke 3 months ago +6

    Hi congratulations keep up the good work

  • Nature Nurture
    Nature Nurture 3 months ago +13

    We saw your Parliament is full of women.

  • Tobias Wachinger
    Tobias Wachinger 3 months ago +6

    She is great

  • Sundarii Pereyra
    Sundarii Pereyra 3 months ago +4

    ❤️❤️❤️👏👏👏

  • Магомед Фестула

    بهات اجه هي

  • Sarra Lemon
    Sarra Lemon 3 months ago +4

    My God keep blessing her with strength. She is amazing.

  • A XMysterygirlX
    A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago +17

    I gave up on TED talks after the woman telling me to have empathy for pedophiles.
    Just say no to Islam.
    Just say no to propaganda, TED.

    • A XMysterygirlX
      A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago

      Nimra Faisal maybe you personally don’t have to experience abuse or violence and I’m glad if that is your reality because I do not want that for anyone and hope you feel the same. Please try and help your fellow Muslims to stop the violence against the innocents. No one wants violence against Muslims but most people who are not Muslims do not think in alignment or can ever condone child brides or the very strict subjugation of women across the board. Nothing should be forced on them. I would think most reasonable Muslims who are not extreme beliefs would be on the same page. Can’t we all agree to protect women and children? That’s my issue with what is witnessed in nations of Islam. Otherwise I am in agreement to live and let live as long as any religion isn’t committing crimes against others especially rape, violence or murder. There has to be an end to these practices.

    • A XMysterygirlX
      A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago

      Nimra Faisal I am not a person who spreads hate but one of abhorance for abuse of people especially women and children and that is under ANY nation or religion. I just want all of that to stop and for kids to grow up happy and peaceful with a chance to have a complete childhood followed by a chance to develop as a person without ever experiencing harm or abuse in any form. What’s so wrong about that? You basically say it okay in some cases for a young child to be married and have marital obligations instead of having a complete childhood with their own family if possible or extended family. I don’t hate Muslims I do hate what many people do in the name of it against innocents. I do not consider that belief to be wrong, to defend the poor kids. I do not condone violence against anyone I want for it to stop and help the ones affected by it. I wish it wasn’t protected under laws.

    • A XMysterygirlX
      A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago

      Nimra Faisal look you can argue what Islam teaches until you are blue in the face but that doesn’t erase or make it untrue all the countless witnesses ( and their stories) to what is done in the name of Islam worldwide. These people are the ones making your life harder by using Islam to defend or excuse their crimes. They are the ones doing this and people who are outraged over it are not “ immoral” as you call me. You are attacking people that want the violence to end.

    • A XMysterygirlX
      A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago

      Nimra Faisal then if they are not Muslims the rest of the Muslim community needs to go and stop what is being done in the name of their religion and god because this isn’t just a one off here and there as you almost seem to make it appear. This is a well known fact that abuses occur and it’s true and real. The people speaking out against it are people who care about what happens to those innocent kids who were unlucky enough to been born into it all.
      You shouldn’t be arguing with others but rather trying to stop it and YOU have far more sway or influence as fellow Muslim because we know that any outsider who isn’t a Muslim won’t be taken seriously and could in some nations be arrested for it. A nation has to stand up against it but again I don’t see those who benefit from the atrocities being willing to change.

    • A XMysterygirlX
      A XMysterygirlX 3 months ago

      Nimra Faisal explain why so many Islamic nations have these problems. You seemed to ignore this. Why are women who have been raped then stoned often by other family members? You are basically saying that everything that is out in the media or news worldwide and all the Muslims telling of their experiences of abuse are all liars. You are denying it. You are saying this is not Islam yet it occurs daily around the world. Yet all those people telling their story must be liars. That’s amazing.

  • Sam Chavan
    Sam Chavan 3 months ago +26

    Plz try and bring a change for people of other religion in your country too... Like those who aren't Muslim.

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago

      Can you elaborate on what you're trying to say, exactly?

    • Kareem Moutez
      Kareem Moutez 3 months ago

      Sam Chavan the entire world knows the fact of the fact that people kill and hurt people that aren’t like them? You’re point?
      That’s out of ignorance. No one’s denying that doesn’t happen. Those are usually done by individuals or people who have had their loved ones hurt or have formed an identity on us vs them mentality.
      Stop exaggerating it. I’m guessing you’re from a very dramatic culture.
      Picking on Muslims. There’s almost two billion Muslims. From every culture. Speak every language. From every race. It’s not as black and white as you wish to paint it.
      I’d love you to quote statistics not “the intire world knows”.

    • Sam Chavan
      Sam Chavan 3 months ago

      @Kareem Moutez
      And it is quite the right place to comment that comment obviously a lil bit of Pakistani people will come here and read that comment and think bout...
      The intire world knows the fact that I just stated.

    • Sam Chavan
      Sam Chavan 3 months ago

      @Kareem Moutez
      Thankfully, a lot of things.

    • III-GabeN-III
      III-GabeN-III 3 months ago +3

      yea instead of shaming them ie christians who are pursicuted in pakistan and nearly all majority muslim countries.

  • Felix kätzler
    Felix kätzler 3 months ago +1

    Oh yea nahui

  • Edu Schramel
    Edu Schramel 3 months ago +8

    Perfect day for the perfect presentation... Congratulation Ms Shad. Hugs from Brazil!

  • venkatesh
    venkatesh 3 months ago +1

    Gud ma'am u r achieve is great to the growth of the nation's

  • Akshay Khobragade
    Akshay Khobragade 3 months ago +6

    Let there be peace, let there be hope ( I know that doesn't rhyme at all)

  • Paul Ramirez
    Paul Ramirez 3 months ago +28

    Want real change? Get rid of religion. It only poisons the mind.

    • Nikhil Deshmukh
      Nikhil Deshmukh 3 months ago

      @Sultan Hamza hehe, why to steal
      Don't you have the gut to earn your own food. And marrying your own daughter seriously.. WTH you muslim people doing seriously! ? 🙄

    • The Flaneur
      The Flaneur 3 months ago +5

      @Paul Ramirez I gave up religion, cuz philosophy and natural law gave me more practical living advice, and focused on the present, instead of the supposedly hereafter.

    • The Flaneur
      The Flaneur 3 months ago +3

      @VibinlikeKodak - Religious people are the biggest hypocrites and pretenders. All religions, except for those who are religious in private, and never masquerade it and use it for advantage.

    • Sultan Hamza
      Sultan Hamza 3 months ago

      @Praveen Kumar What technology. The technology that taught us not to respect our parents and elders, The technology and liberalism that taught us to have a wife and four affairs at the same time, The technology that gave us convenience to call cops on our parents when they offend us. this is where technology is taking us. I am not saying that science and technology are not important but they don't teach us how to live. If there is no religion and people like hitler,
      money launderers, rapists and i am gonna go to the same grave than why don't i enjoy the life to its fullest.I would not care if it hurts other until it gives me pleasure because in the end,i am going to have the same fate like others. maybe you are a good person but if everyone starts to live without religion, it will be chaos.

    • VibinlikeKodak -
      VibinlikeKodak - 3 months ago

      someone slick Religion should be practiced individually, and not governmentally.

  • High Silver
    High Silver 3 months ago +89

    Ted: *Uploads a talk about women's rights in Pakistan*
    Indian trolls: *Flock to the comments*
    Conclusion: *not even a noble message can stop petty people*

    • Faizan A
      Faizan A 3 months ago +1

      Indian nationalism is a serious cancer.

    • nakedfordinner
      nakedfordinner 3 months ago +1

      CanisMajoris “02 riots happened AFTER a train carrying Hindu pilgrims was attacked by muslims” tragic, but what’s your point? Are you suggesting the massacre that followed was somehow justified by what happened to those pilgrims? Hmm isn’t that the same logic that Kashmiri insurgents use? The Indian army has committed numerous human rights abuses in Kashmir, does that mean Kashmiris have the right to murder innocent indian civilians? If anyone needs to be introspective it’s you, your entire argument is totally contradictory

    • Seth okthen
      Seth okthen 3 months ago

      Cherry Ares no, but if one party is wrong then it absolutely does not have a right to lecture the other party, and the topic of the lecture is analogous to what they are wrong about in the first place. Kek

    • Tec.test18 Test
      Tec.test18 Test 3 months ago +2

      @CanisMajoris see, you tried to justify 2 and 3 while ignored point#1 at all.

      Introspection is being done? Like I said stating facts will always be difficult as there is a BIG BJP MEDIA MACHINE, trying to brainwash 1.3 billion people in earth, which becomes more easy when music of patriotism is being played in background. So these people obviously will have more presence on social media will replicate that propoganda (not knowingly).
      Again if I request the report on human right violation has no specific mentions of right violation from Pakistan side (I wonder why?) BUT is clearly stating that the report is specially in focus of human rights violation by India.
      You have 700k army in Kashmir for heavens sake, what is that for?
      You my friend need to please help these people and us all.
      {By the way I live in area adjacent to Pakistan Kashmir and have never heard a single objection by them or seen anything that I as a human (not Pakistani or Indian) can feel bad a out.}

      Again, you presented zero facts. Just justifications for your wrong doings brother. I will leave you with that.
      www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23198%20

    • CanisMajoris
      CanisMajoris 3 months ago +1

      @Tec.test18 Test I "missed" it because I was mentioning facts, not propaganda. Declared as "TOP worst" by United Nations of Pakistani Media, I reckon? rofl. Although that article has been rightly ignored by the world, I suggest you read it in full. As it is saying those things for BOTH India AND Pakistan occupied Kashmir.
      '84 Sikh genocide (condemnable) happened AFTER India's action against Khalistani terrorists.
      '02 riots happened AFTER a train carrying Hindu pilgrims was locked from outside, and they were set on fire by some Muslims!
      So, BTW that's furthest from the truth.
      PS. In areas we do need to introspect, we already are, and that's why India is improving by leaps and bounds, and Pakistan is barely managing to stay off the bottom.
      PPS. Seriously INTROSPECT AND ACT, it's for your own good.
      Over and out lol.