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RT @TODAYshow: @Malala @MalalaFund @ElevatePrize “We need to create this urgency that we prioritize the education of our children,” @Malala says. https://t.co/CNj1xmwdZB
RT @LicypriyaK: Climate Strike with sister @Malala in New York! 🏻
#GlobalClimateStrike #PayUp4LossAndDamage #LossAndDamageFinanceNow https://t.co/icKU8tmdT3
At the @UN General Assembly, @vanessa_vash urges world leaders to prioritize the planet — and girls’ education. https://t.co/Alistb4vIh
RT @UN_News_Centre: 130 million girls do not have access to schools.
"This is a loss not just to those girls, but to their communities and to our world economy"
UN Messenger of Peace @Malala urges #UNGA leaders to "take education seriously".
@UNICEF @UN_Women https://t.co/TDB74IYSyP
@ world leaders — we’re tired of empty promises.
@malala on why leaders need to follow through & invest in girls’ education at the @UN #TransformingEducation Summit. https://t.co/47uGGrjTEg
RT @aydin_sahba: I’ve been in New York for the past few days and too many education events and meetings have failed to discuss what’s happening in my country. This crisis should be the top item on the agenda of every meeting about education! Why is it not?
"Show your solidarity with me and millions of Afghan girls." — @FaruqiSomaya https://t.co/uiTTK4lGnt
RT @Reuters: At U.N., emotional appeals for world leaders to protect Afghan girls' education https://t.co/cUADbad4AB https://t.co/bjdeoJtyqQ
RT @TODAYshow: Nobel Peace Prize winner @Malala is here discussing her work with @MalalaFund, receiving the @ElevatePrize, and more! https://t.co/5f4ZdlmZcK
RT @CCSImpact: “I want to look forward to a future that is fair and just for all and that future starts now!” - Vanessa Nakate. Congratulations @vanessa_vash, the recipient of the Campaign Award! #Goalkeepers2030 @gatesfoundation @RiseUpMovt https://t.co/cIYCuMGQDq
Thank you @elevateprize for your partnership. @Malala and Malala Fund are pledging the award to support Afghan women and the work of advocates to end the ban on girls’ secondary education in Afghanistan. #makegoodfamous https://t.co/jA8dyzyuiq
RT @Malala: It was an honour to share the stage with you, Secretary Clinton, a dedicated champion for women's rights. I hope we can continue to stand up for and support women — including Afghan women — around the world. https://t.co/vbjeVFprEG
RT @HillaryClinton: It was a joy to sit down with @Malala at #CGI2022 for an essential discussion on expanding education. I'm grateful her voice is shaping the conversation and inspiring girls to make themselves heard worldwide.
RT @Malala: Seven years ago I stood on this platform hoping that the voice of a girl who took a bullet for standing up for her education would be heard.
Yesterday, @vanessa_vash, Yelizaveta Posivnych, @FaruqiSomaya and returned to once again deliver a message. https://t.co/zRslXU8NWy
RT @DeemaHiram: A Year of Darkness
A message from 50 Afghan girls to heads of Muslim countries and world leaders
RT @FaruqiSomaya: In @TransformingEdu, everyone is looking for a solution for transformation of education to all, but I wish there was more focus on Afghanistan in the mobilization day, the only country that has banned education for girls legally. @UN #LetMeLearn https://t.co/f6N316bkSf
RT @aydin_sahba: I hope world leaders @UN don’t forget what they heard today. Afghan girls are no longer eager to hear your future plans. WE DEMAND URGENT ACTION!
RT @ElevatePrize: The 2022 recipient of the Elevate Prize Catalyst Award is @Malala - an activist, writer, co-founder of @malalafund, and the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize, she is inspiring the next generation of activists and changemakers and fighting for girls’ education. https://t.co/LQ1HYiApAM
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