Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Human Rights Rama Yade of France

Picture has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Original source: self-made
Author: Marie-Lan Nguyen (User:Jastrow)
I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license:

uman rights is all about being very alert.
Yade was born on 13 December 1976 in Dakar, Senegal.
A Muslim, Yade was educated in Catholic schools and then at the Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris, where she graduated in 2000.
Yade is married to Joseph Zimet, an adviser to Secretary of State Jean-Marie Bockel.
In November 2008, Yade was rumoured to be Nicolas Sarkozy's favorite choice for replacing Jean-Pierre Jouyet as Secretary of State for European Affairs, and was also privately asked to lead one of the UMP lists for the 2009 European Parliament elections.
The following day, Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, in an interview with Le Parisien, said he regretted his suggestion to appoint a Secretary of State for Human Rights, although he noted that Yade had "done, with talent, what she could do.
Rama Yade is within the scope of WikiProject France, an attempt to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to France on Wikipedia.
A Muslim by faith, Yade was educated at Catholic schools and then at the Institut d'études politiques, which she graduated from in 2000.
Yade said Paris would submit the initiative to the United Nations after it takes over the rotating six-month European Union presidency in July - during which time France will speak for all EU member states at the UN General Assembly, according to Agence France Presse.
The conservative French government's unprecedented action followed year-long negotiations with it led by Louis-Georges Tin, president of the International Committee for IDAHO, and the meeting with Minister Yade came just hours after a "die-in" at the Elyse Palace, the presidential headquarters and residence, in which Tin and a dozen other LGBT activists were arrested and briefly detained.
Ramatoulaye Yade-Zimet aka Rama YadeRama Yade is currently the Junior Minister for European Affairs and Human Rights in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France as of 2007.
A Muslim by faith, Yade was educated at Catholic schools.
Yade joined the UMP political party in 2005 and became their national secretary in charge of Francophone affairs in 2006.
In June 2007, Rama Yade was one of three women of African descent appointed to Sarkozy's cabinet.
RAMA YADE AT WORKRama Yade has also written a book, Noirs de France, published by Editions Calmann-Lévy in 2007.
Yade is married to Joseph Zimet, an adviser to Secretary of State Jean-Marie Bockel and son of the famous Yiddish singer Ben Zimet.
There is no denying that Rama Yade is a beautiful symbol and a powerful promise.
Rama Yade is a French politician who is the State Secretary in charge of foreign affairs and human rights.
Rama Yade has enjoyed a life of politics from the onset of her short career.
Rama Yade was born December 13, 1976, in Dakar, Senegal.
Growing up, Rama Yade was Muslim by faith, but she attended a Catholic school instead.
Rama Yade has continued her active work in politics and, in 2005, she joined the UMP (Union for a Popular Movement) and quickly became the organizations national secretary in charge of Francophonie in 2006.
Rama Yade is married to another fellow politician, the adviser to the Secretary of State, Joseph Zimet.
Referring to the need to force the EU's and UN's pro-homosexual agenda on the more than 80 countries worldwide that outlaw homosexuality entirely, with punishments ranging from imprisonment to execution, Yade praised the leading role of Britain, whose Prime Minister, Gordon Brown has already advocated universal decriminalisation.
Rama Yade is at 32 the youngest minister in the French government.
Yade has embarrassed Kouchner and Sarkozy by implicitly criticising their failure to condemn human rights violations in Tibet and Libya.
WhileKadafi visited Paris at Sarkozys invitation, Rama Yade said he must understand that our country is not a doormat on which a leader, terrorist or not, can wipe the blood of his crimes.
Yade had also been tipped to replace Jean-Pierre Jouyet, the European Affairs Minister, who leaves the government to take another job, but the lyse Palace has ruled her out, and Bruno LeMaire, who was once chief aide to former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, is to replace Jouyet.
French junior minister for human rights Rama Yade said Tuesday she was ready to meet with the Dalai Lama if he visits the country, as President Nicolas Sarkozy urged China to exercise restraint in Tibet.
Yade denied opposition accusations that Sarkozy's administration had sacrificed its commitment to human rights to the country's considerable economic interests in China.
Yade was speaking during her first visit to RFE/RL's Prague headquarters: Your organization is a symbol of democracy and freedom, and a first step on the path toward democracy, the Secretary said about RFE/RL's mission to provide news and information in countries lacking free and independent media.
WikipediaAlso known as:Ramatoulaye Yade-ZimetBorn:1976Related Searches:Institut d'Etudes PolitiquesFrench politicianUMPfrancophonieHuman RightsFrench SenateMember of the Union for a Popular MovementMinister of Foreign AffairsSenate of FranceNational Assembly of FranceFrench National Assemblyborn in SenegalIEP alumniNews About Rama YadeRama Yade had 2 news items on Live Search NewsIl faut que cesse la "martyrisation" de Gaza, dit Rama Yadedocument.
write(humane_date("2009-01-11 11:23:17"))Rama Yade had 5 news items on Live Search NewsRama Yade : "L'ONU doit retenir le plan de paix franco-égyptien sur.
write(humane_date("2009-01-07 15:24:15"))See More Rama Yade had 2 news items on Live Search NewsOn the Recorddocument.
Rama Yade was born in 1976 in Senegal.
stood on either side of her desk, on which she was burning a joss-stick.
PARIS, Nov 6 (UPI) -- Sixty years after its adoption by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is about to journey into space.
Yade said that France was fully cooperating with Chad's government in its investigation of the aid group, L'Arche de Zoe, or Zoe's Arc.
Yade said that the French had been aware of the group's plans for months -- and advised Chadian authorities in July -- insisting that "we did everything possible" to stop it.
Yade said the attempted transport of the children was "both illegal from the viewpoint of the law and irresponsible from the moral viewpoint.