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Blog Action Day: Raising Voices Against Brutality, Inequality in Education & Other Worldwide Injustices

We live in an amazing time in the world. Technology has changed so much about the way we live and what we now consider to be basic necessities. 561 more words

Women And Girls

The International Day of the Girl

Hello readers!

As you may have seen in the media recently, Sunday the 11th of October is the ‘International Day of the Girl Child’. Back in 2011, the UN marked this day in order to promote the rights of girls and women, as well as to highlight the continuing discrimination they suffer. 643 more words


A New Take on an Inspiring Story

By Marie D’Andrea

Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head for promoting women’s education. Having remarkably survived this attack, the young Pakistani female has become a symbol of hope for women seeking education across the globe. 657 more words


11 years old girl's Diary became Nobel Peace Prize

There was a 13 years old girl who want education of girls. Her name is famous now; Malala.

She came to public attention in 2009 by writing a diary for BBC Urdu about life under Taliban militants who had taken control of the valley. 226 more words


International Day of the Girl

What does it mean to you to be a girl or a woman? How does being a girl in Canada differ from being a girl elsewhere in the world? 874 more words

Girl Guides

Intern Insights: the United Nations (Month 1)

On my first day at UNICEF, I suffered a “classic Rhianna” incident. I waited for my supervisor in the lobby. She stepped out the lift: 6 inch heels, a 1950s-style dress with flowers, green eyes. 791 more words


The 59th BFI London Film Festival: He Named Me Malala

He Named Me Malala is a documentary directed by Davis Guggenheim, an American filmmaker whose films, An Inconvenient Truth, It Might Get Loud and… 604 more words