Thursday, 11 September 2014

Queen Rania Supports Young People and Children's Rights

Queen Rania of Jordan has been busy this week championing young people and supporting children's rights. The Queen toured a gallery at the Royal Cultural Centre in Amman where she met students.

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A range of pupils aged 14-18 presented their projects in the hopes of winning an award at the annual I know Business award ceremony. The aim of the competition is to build confident and capable entrepreneurs who hope to start their own businesses someday. Rania said she was "impressed by the energy and enthusiasm of these future business leaders at IKB Jordan".

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The Queen chose a casual ensemble for the event: a white tunic with three-quarter-length sleeves and black trousers.

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Yesterday, Her Majesty attended the a national consultation on children's rights to mark the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

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Rania looked chic in a fitted flared dress and heels.

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Are you a fan of the Queen's style?

5 comments:

  1. anon from Leominster11 September 2014 at 16:45

    With so much horror in the middle east, lovely to see Rania at work and everyone working prooductively towards the future, trying to build skills. Wish there was more of that in the region. Rania has always done a brilliant job and always manages to look stylish and appropriate at the same time.

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  2. Yes! She's fabulous!

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  3. I love Queen Rania! I think she is so beautiful and love how she has such a platform for women and children's rights. :)

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  4. I like her black and white ensemble, and the purple dress does have potential, but I feel that it flares too far down her leg making her look shorter.

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  5. Gorgeous ensembles; even more lovely causes. Thank you Charlotte.

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