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Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead without fear. Led by Yousafzai.
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Malala Fund 15h
20 million girls have been pushed out of school due to , and if we don’t act, they might never return. But it doesn’t have to be this way. We can build back better to get girls in school and back to learning. Here's how we 🎒
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Malala Fund 21h
The protests have swept across Nigeria and the world needs to know what’s going on. To that end, Malala Fund's Education Champions and are answering your questions on the events unfolding in their country 🇳🇬✊🏾 Submit here:
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Tess Thomas 23h
Young people in Nigeria are leading the fight against SARS and police brutality. On 's Assembly, hear from five young women about their involvement in the movement and what changes they want to see the government make to the police.
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TIME Oct 21
"We are able to get things done." Women are at the forefront of Nigeria’s police brutality protests
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Malala Fund Oct 21
“I never liked dolls. All I wanted to do was play football." Now a coach and youth counselor, Rozma Ghafouri gets to share the sport she loves with other girls, helping them get out of work and back to school. Via
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Science Fuse Oct 21
What do you think of when you think of a ? Watch take on ! This campaign will call attention to stereotypes regarding women and other minorities in STEM. So grab your phones & get recording. Don't forget to tag !
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Malala Fund Oct 21
There are a lot of great anti-racism guides out there, but few are geared towards young women and consider anti-racism in a global context. We’re here to change that. Introducing our anti-racism guide for girls ✊🏾 ⬇️
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Malala Fund Oct 20
Scientists around the world are racing to find a treatment for , and Anika Chebrolu is leading the pack 🏁🔬 Via
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Malala Fund Oct 19
“From radio stations to courthouse terraces, girls are coming forward — survivors of displacement, discrimination, violence, and harassment. They shoulder burdens well beyond their years, but they refuse to sit back.” —
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buky Oct 18
I am so proud of . It’s the energy for me. Cleaning up, taking care of each other, making sure people are hydrated and fed etc. It’s beautiful to see in action. Sending solidarity to all those still out there. Be safe. My feet hurts and deadlines wait for no woman.
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Connected Development [CODE] Oct 18
It is very unfortunate that many rogue/errant police officers do not seem perturbed by the ongoing demands for They have continued to display brazen disregard of citizens rights. We must and
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Al Jazeera English Oct 17
Nigerian women at the forefront of organising and fundraising protests over police brutality
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Malala Fund Oct 16
For transgender activist Devin Halbal, the best part of her work is also the most simple — being seen. “Me being visible makes [others] feel like they're supported,” she says. And in a world that tells you to conform, that’s exactly what people need 🏳️‍🌈
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Malala Fund Oct 16
Fed up with her country’s lack of climate action, Sadie Vipond decided to take them to court. No, literally 😳💼 She's also one of 15 children suing the Canadian government for failing to protect their future. Via
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Malala Fund Oct 16
This week and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex discussed girls’ education and asked you to join them in helping girls continue to learn during and after COVID-19. Thank you to everyone who donated. If you didn't catch their chat, find it here:
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Malala Fund Oct 15
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“I’ve tried my best to educate myself, as well as sign as many petitions as possible.” — Rania, 15, Indonesia
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Malala Fund Oct 15
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“I try to read as many articles from different perspectives as possible in order to become a better ally [and] amplify Black voices by sharing information that I've read from reliable sources... Lastly, I speak up to anyone that I hear saying racist things.” — Angie, 15, U.S.
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Malala Fund Oct 15
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“I will never fully understand what the Black, Andean or the Indigenous communities struggle with in my country, but I can be their ally… educating people can make them realize the wrong in their actions and it helps initiate a conversation.” — Sofia, 20, Peru
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Malala Fund Oct 15
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“I write quotes on the beauty of the variety of skin colours... If we smile at the beauty of the variety of the trees, animals and the beautiful hue of colours, then we all should appreciate the beauty of the variety of skin colours.” — Eduek, 18, Nigeria
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Malala Fund Oct 15
Daily reminder: systemic racism is a global problem, and we all have a part to play in dismantling it. Need some inspiration? Here’s how young women in Nigeria, Peru, the U.S. and Indonesia are working towards an anti-racist world 👇🏾 (thread).
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