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Often in Egypt, athletic does not equal feminine, but Malak and Rooka beg to differ. In a stunning series by @ElleGeoushy — in collaboration with 1854 and Malala Fund — meet the two athletes who prove that women in sports does equal peak femininity. 🤸🏽♀️ https://t.co/EpV92kD6Mx https://t.co/YoXjbWMggv
In Egypt, athletic does not equal feminine, but Malak and Rooka beg to differ. In a stunning series by @ElleGeoushy — in collaboration with 1854 and Malala Fund – meet the two athletes who prove that women in sports does equal peak femininity. 🤸🏽♀️ https://t.co/EpV92kD6Mx https://t.co/qA77xFIjHS
RT @EduCannotWait: "Every girl, no matter where she lives, no matter what her circumstance, has a right to learn. Every leader, no matter who he/she is or the resources available to him/her, has a duty to fulfil & protect this right." ~@Malala
RT if you agree #EducationCannotWait for any girl! https://t.co/KIKq3Fe0mH
In Egypt, athletic does not equal feminine, but Malak and Rooka beg to differ. In a stunning series by @ElleGeoushy — in collaboration with @1854 and Malala Fund – meet the two athletes who prove that women in sports does equal peak femininity. 🤸🏾♀️ https://t.co/EpV92kU9Ox https://t.co/jcluA6f4K3
Welcome, Fatima! So excited to have you on board https://t.co/rc5qHxzD1D
RT @tritimaa_: I was featured on the @MalalaFund’s editorial Assembly discussing storytelling as a form of activism. Read it here!
Advocacy isn’t just protests and marches. Whether it’s using social media to fight climate change or educating others about racial + social justice, young women around the world are using innovative techniques to advocate for their communities. 🏾https://t.co/iBj6VW97Gw
Advocacy isn’t just protests and marches. Whether it’s using social media to fight climate change or educating others about racial + social justice, young women around the world are using innovative techniques to fight for equality in their communities. 🏾
RT @wphfund: Involving WHRDs outside Afghanistan in all consultation & decision-making processes and protecting those who remain in the country at risk must be a priority for the intl community, said WHRD @ZaraYaftali at the launch event of the new @wphfund Funding 🪟 4 WHRDs. https://t.co/Ds1MEHduYK
Malala Fund’s newest board member: @vanessa_vash! As a young activist focused on the intersection of climate change, education and gender equality, we couldn’t think of a better person for the job. 🏾 🥰 https://t.co/SZbxM6Qbfn
Sadaf Naz always dreamt of riding a motorbike and breaking gender stereotypes in Pakistan🏽♀️She has not only accomplished both, she's also encouraging other Pakistani women in rural communities to do the same. https://t.co/GAoYjsJXDG
Global aid tends to center whiteness, Western ideals and colonialism. Here’s how to do better, writes @Cee_Bah for @Devex. https://t.co/wlT4pp7fJy
Against the odds: these Afghan bikers are promoting girls' education.🏽♀️🏽♀️Learn how @PenPath motorbikers in Afghanistan are taking to the streets to defy the Taliban 🏽 https://t.co/HeOdYwaYXJ via @TheNationalNews https://t.co/qoAJsc5xZI
Girls in parts of #Nigeria have stopped going to school. Our partner organisation Centre LSD is working to change that. Read more about their work via @DailyPostNGR --> https://t.co/H97pno221W https://t.co/ebwVb1bKBM
15-year-old Sotooda Forotan demanded the Taliban to allow girls to return to school — and she succeeded. @Malala writes about Sotooda’s bravery for @FT’s 25 most influential women of 2021: https://t.co/SY0jSzqqgC. https://t.co/btkvd6DArs
Sex education… on TikTok? Read about the Arab women taking to social media to teach women about their bodies and break down stigmas. 🏽🏽
🏼🏼 @BarakPashtana — founder of Learn Afghanistan and one of our Education Champions — is one of @BBC's 100 women of 2021 (along with @Malala)!
"No matter how hurt, scarred & wounded we are, we will persevere - no matter how long the road is." — Pashtana https://t.co/ouxRvGqRiN
17-year-old Opshori Nondona grew up in a household of female artists — three generations, to be exact. For Assembly, she writes about the strong women who raised her and their influence on her art. 🖌https://t.co/9GHSJ480Md https://t.co/PNWkyW9FYH
RT @BBC100women: 'Every morning now when I wake up, I think I am late for school, but then I have the sad realisation that my school is shut.'
These are words from 17-year-old Rohila (name changed), who has been unable to go to school since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in August. https://t.co/7CykeED0QQ
Your activism is important, but so are you! With input from young activists around the , we put together a toolkit to help you protect your mental health while speaking out. *Note: this is NOT a substitution for professional help. https://t.co/LTtEjJ9VtJ
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