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Around 800 Los Angelenos were fed after the Slumdog Millionaire star teamed up with Copia, an organisation that uses technology to tackle food waste.
The Governor’s Ball party was treated to an extravagant feast prepared by top chef Wolfgang Puck. Around 3,000 plates of luxury food – including golden baked potatoes with caviar, Oscar shaped salmon and gold dusted popcorn – were served up to guests, but large quantities of food were also left over.
Insider chefs say every year dishes such as chicken pot pie and pasta usually go uneaten, Salon reported. “Our aim is to ensure that no one goes hungry in our film and TV town of Los Angeles by recovering leftover foods from all of our big parties and events,” Ms Pinto told Vanity Fair. source
Freida Pinto looked a million dollars as she arrived at the Glamour Woman Of The Year Awards in New York on November 10th, 2014. She wore a slinky orange gown to event that was held at Carnegie Hall. 130 high quality and medium quality photos have been added to our photo library.
Yesterday, Freida Pinto delivered a speech on rights and issues concerning girls and women, at the world’s first-ever summit for girls in Londo.
The summit, jointly organised by the government of United Kingdom and Unicef, is aimed at mobilising domestic and international efforts to end female genital mutilation (FGM) and child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) within this generation.
Freida delivered the closing speech along with the Deputy Prime Minister of UK.
FinancialExpress.com — “Girls and women have the right to live free from violence and discrimination and achieve their potential, but some are being prevented from doing so by harmful practices such as FGM and CEFM, which are illegal in the UK. Girls affected by child marriage and FGM are among the most vulnerable in the world,” Freida said in a statement here. Freida said that she looks forward to discussing how ending child marriage and FGM can preserve a girl’s childhood, promote her education, and reduce her exposure to violence and abuse, thus allowing her to make choices about her own future and fulfill her potential in life.
“More than 125 million girls and women alive today have suffered some form of FGM in the 29 countries where the practice is concentrated. UNICEF estimates that globally, around one in three young women aged 20 to 24 were married before the age of 18. Around 23 million girls entered into marriage before they reached 15,” the 26-year-old actress said. Freida said that she was concerned about the incidents of FGM and CEFM in India as well.
“It maybe a small community of people that practise it but no matter how small the number is its a violation of human rights and those girls are significant and important to us. We are aware that child marriage is a common practise in some communities but we also need to be aware of the full extent of its damage caused to these young lives physical and psychological,” Freida said.
Catching up with missing events in our photo gallery: Freida Pinto attended Girl Rising: A Rally for Girls and Women on April 18, 2013 in Washington D.C where she stood up for girls’ education. On May 6th, she was in Barcelona for ‘Somni’ Gastronomic Opera Performance. May 9th, she arrived in New York City just in time for Barneys’ Private Dinner to celebrate the launch of the Maiyet Varanasi Silk Capsule Collection. From May 15th to 16th, Freida was in Cannes, France, for the premiere of ‘The Great Gatsby’ and ‘Jeune and Jolie’. On October 24th, Freida attended ‘Isabel Marant For H&M’ Photocall in France, and on November 20th, she was in Spain with Karlie Kloss for the Opening of Coach Boutique. 424 HQ and MQ photos have been added to our image library, you can view a few thumbnails below.
Just another reason why we love Freida Pinto! Freida stands with women in equality and believes in education for young girls around the world. Recently, she tweeted a photo on Instagram showing her support to share awareness for the campaign #BringBackOurGirls, along with millions of other supporters. If you would like show your support and share your voice, or simply want more information on the campaign, visit womenthrive.org!
Its been almost 2 weeks and there is still no clarity on what exactly is being done to free almost 200 innocent girls. I dread even thinking of the fear and absoute distress those girls and their family members are going through. I pray that they all return unharmed soon. But prayers alone wont do! Please use social media..your voice..to spread the word and make governments around the world take note and ACT fast. There are so many who still dont know about this and we have to make some noise…A LOUD NOISE!
For those asking how they can help. First of all thank you for being proactive. Support the petition created by Women Thrive Worldwide and distributed by Take Part that calls for Mohammed Dahiru Abubakar, Inspector General of Police in Nigeria and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Go to womenthrive.org . #bringbackourgirls .trust me..Every little voice counts!
Hello, sorry for the late update, I was quite busy! Freida Pinto went at the The Empire State Building Honoring “International Day Of The Girl”, she spoke at the “Day Of The Girl” Fresco Unveiling With Freida Pinto and she went at the Screening Of DreamWorks Pictures’ “The Fifth Estate” recently. Below you can find all these pictures below!
Yesterday Freida Pinto hosted the Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood and L’Oréal Paris event in support of the 10×10 act and Girl Rising. The annual pre-Oscars event was held at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, with guests such as Dev Patel, Will Smith, Chloe Grace Moretz and more. DJ for the event was Smith’s son Trey Smith (aka DJ AcE). Pictures have been added to our photo gallery.
On January 21, Freida Pinto showed up at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in the state of Utah to promote the documentary Girl Rising that she’s co-narrating (watch the trailer here). She looked gorgeous as she talked about the project on stage and attended the after party for Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman. Check out pictures from the events by clicking on the previews below.
On January 15, Freida Pinto appeared on CNN to speak to Erin Burnett about the horrific India gang-rape case. Really happy to see Freida involved in both this case and the Because I am a Girl-project. The video of her CNN appearance can be watched below. Beautiful inside and out!
Here’s another reason to love Freida Pinto. She’s currently on a three-day visit in Sierra Leone to encourage children in Makeni “not to give up hope” as there is a bright future ahead of them because of the courage and determination she has seen in them. Speaking to the children at the Girls Making Media Project, Freida Pinto stated that children have right to education, and their rights are to be respected and preserved even by their parents and the communities they find themselves.
“I am here also to learn from these girls,” she declared, adding, “I am really moved by the courage of the children because at their ages, they can be able to use the media effectively and they know what they want, and they can speak to their parents about what they want. This has made me believe strongly that even with the ten years war this country has gone through, you the girls still have hope and I really admire the way you look and analyze issues affecting your lives,” she stated.
During her interaction with some of the girls involved in child rights advocacy, the Slumdog Millionaire star questioned the girls about their aspirations and why they decided to be advocates for their rights and the rights of their colleagues. The girl advocates and some of the girls explained different experiences and encounters with their families, friends, and even society with regards discrimination against girls. Freida Pinto assured the girls that she will pay attention to their stories as they have reported to her to ensure that their world is made a better place for them. She noted, “It does not take a famous person to make changes but the will and mind set of the individual.”
She said that throughout her trip, all that she has learnt from the children will strengthen her hope and resolve in her campaign to empower young girls and boys for the development of the world. During the meeting with the Deputy Mayor of Makeni, Isatu Fofanah, she said she was happy for the visit and disclosed that in the past, education for girls in the district was a taboo as parents do not send their girl- child to school, but the inception of FAWE awareness about sending the girl-child to school washed away that old held tradition that discriminated against the girl-child being sent to school. “With this awareness by FAWE, girls are now coming out and getting education and this has helped them to take part in decision making processes in their communities,” she noted. She however expressed concern that they are still grappling with what she said was “the admiration” girls are having for their colleagues involved in petty trading which she said “is seriously impacting on the level at which the girls go in their education.” She called for civil society engagement in this area, “to preserve the continuity of girls in schools and vocational institutions,” she said.
Big thanks to visitor Emmanuelle for the heads up and the Awoko Newspaper for the article. How great is Freida?!