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Ten things we’ll remember from 2014

Posted by: Andrea Ramhit January 2, 2015

How will you remember 2014? Was it the year of celebrity scandals and civic unrest? For millions of children worldwide, 2014 was a devastating year filled with horror, fear and despair. Here are 10 things we will remember from 2014. Read more »


The aftermath of the Peshawar attack

Posted by: Guest Author December 22, 2014

We would like to view these terrible events as a breaking point, as a chance to make lasting changes in favor of children’s rights in Pakistan; in particular for the right of protection from violence and the right to education. This is the least we can do for the little victims of this tragedy. We owe it to them. Read more »

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Reflections on Ottawa

Posted by: David Morley October 22, 2014

A day of celebration and pride turns to a day of mourning, but we as a nation will remain strong. Read more »

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The bullet made Malala stronger than fear

Posted by: Guest Author July 14, 2014

The bullet didn’t kill Malala - it made her stronger. Stronger than the fear, oppression and violence that assailed her. What are you #stongerthan? Read more »


Stand with Malala on Malala Day

Posted by: Andrea Ramhit July 12, 2013

On Malala Day, join Malala and UNICEF as we fight for every girl and boy to access their right to education. Read more »


Honouring Malala on Social Justice Day

Posted by: Auteur Invité February 20, 2013

Earlier this month, Malala Yousufzai was discharged from hospital four months after being shot on her way to school for fighting for girls’ education in her home country of Pakistan. Read more »

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