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Malala Youth Voice Competition

Following our visit by some of our S2 Pupils to see “He Named Me Malala” as part of the Scottish Into Film Festival.

The pupils felt they wanted to share the voice of Malala through their own projects and have made some wonderful videos that promote an issue they decided needed addressed worldwide. 111 more words

He Named Me Malala

In case you don’t already know, Malala Yousafzai is the Pakistani girl who was shot in the head by the Taliban for publicly arguing for girls’ education. 278 more words

Alex Chafey

Dear Sympathy Shamers

You seem to be angry that all the people who have put up the Tricolour on their Facebook page, or those who have made comment about the horrific events in Paris are only part-timers in the world of public grief. 865 more words


In defense of Malala Yousafzai

Somebody said, “Wow, Malala is so lucky. She didn’t have to do anything. She just got shot and became famous!” This sentiment is shared by many. 402 more words


He Named Me Malala

I Name Her Amazing

What a disappointment. Malala is an incredible person and what she is fighting for deserves to be heard by as many people as possible so it’s disappointing that there was only six people in my screening. 797 more words

Film Review

Armed with Malala’s pen, Kainat is ready to fight back

KARACHI: Kainat Soomro, a 22 year old rape survivor can now talk in broken English. For the past one year, the Malala Fund has been sponsoring her education. 640 more words

Human Rights

He Named Me Malala (2015) - review

I would not want to be the person tasked with creating a documentary about one of the world’s most inspiring people currently alive.  Luckily I wasn’t and Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth) has brought He Named Me Malala to our screens. 381 more words

Film Reviews