When one girl speaks up bravely for her rights, she empowers girls everywhere to do the same.
Zaynab, a fierce young advocate for girls' education and refugees, travelled to Washington, D.C. and had the opportunity to visit the monuments with us.
Malala Yousafzai's statement on the attack in London
"Education is food for the soul. When you learn new things, it gives you power you never had. As an athlete, I may be physically strong, but real strength comes in the power of my speech and the power of my words. " — Noorena, 19 year-old athlete and activist from Pakistan joined us at the @unitednations last week!
On the sixth anniversary of the Syria crisis, we are thinking of Tasneem & all refugee girls still fighting for their future. #WithSyria
Muzoon, a Syrian refugee and Malala Fund advocate, told UK's House of Lords "Girls need teachers, not husbands" in her Women's Day speech.
"My illustration for this year's International Women's Day card is intended as a tribute to the breathtaking diversity of extraordinary women (famous or not) that girls have to look up to in 2017." — Maia, 21 year old Malala Fund intern who illustrated the Women's Day e-card.
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"I truly believe the only way we can create global peace is through not only educating our minds, but our hearts and our souls." — Malala (📷: Michael Gottsschalk /Getty Images)
Submit a video, essay, illustration or poem that tells us about a women who inspires you. We'll feature our favorite entries on our blog leading up to International Women's Day on March 8. ( SUBMIT ENTRY THROUGH LINK IN BIO)
"I motivated four girls to rejoin school and am assisting 22 girls in their studies. I now have better understanding of educational and social issues that affect girls. Now my dream is to become police officer and help girls stay in school." — 15 year-old, Huma mala.la/2m1vpFD