Shah Rukh Khan on Monday got an award at the World Economic Forum in Davos for bringing issues to light about human rights issues and his work for corrosive assaults casualties. Shah Rukh, one of Hindi silver screen’s most universally perceived appearances, was congratulated as he is an author of a non-benefit establishment, which offers help to female victims of acid attacks and major burn injuries through medical treatment professional preparing, restoration and occupation bolster. With this, Shah Rukh has conveyed substantial star energy to the plan, as one of the greatest famous people in India, where prominent instances of sexual viciousness have caused shockwaves lately.
“We, the powerful, need to get out of the way, to pick the barriers apart, the ones that give us names and races and colours and hierarchies,” he said. “That is what I have learned from my beautifully scarred women,” he added, referring to the acid victims. Australian actress Cate Blanchett additionally got a Crystal Award for her work with people who have fled their homes. English musician John got his for his beneficent work with his AIDS establishment. The Crystal Award is given, by the WEF to specialists who roll out a positive improvement in the public arena.
The honors were displayed at a function in the town of Davos, in the Swiss Alps. Blanchett, who has won two Oscars, was named a goodwill ambassador for United Nations organization UNHCR in May 2016. As a major aspect of her part, the actress has ventured out to Lebanon and Jordan to meet evacuees uprooted by the Syrian clash. She cautioned of the results if more was not done to help individuals compelled to escape their homes. “Lost generations of uneducated, disenfranchised and displaced children not only represent a vast loss of potential but also a threat for future global security and prosperity,” she said. More than a million people have fled parts of Africa and the Middle East to Europe over the most recent couple of years.