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Ep. 37: How global communities thrive when girls realize their full potential — an episode with Malala Fund Assembly

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In this week's episode, we collaborated with Assembly, a digital newsletter and publication from Malala Fund. Co-founded by activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, Malala Fund works to create a world where all girls can learn and lead.
We invited three Assembly readers from across the world to spotlight their perspectives on the economic benefits of girls’ education, alongside the types of investments they wish to see to allow young women from their communities to thrive. Anisha Roy Bhatia (India) highlights the need for safety of young women in academic spaces and barriers to female participation in the formal working sector. Victoria Segura Béjar Jimena (Peru) explains how the development of local educational programming centered on emerging science and sustainability is a necessary investment toward achieving gender equality. And Zainab Rubaith (Sri Lanka) speaks out about reforming religious norms and stereotypes about girls’ education in her country. Through voicing their experiences and sharing their own personal initiatives to combat inequality in their communities, they ultimately prove why increased investment in young women globally is absolutely vital for a sustainable future.

To learn more about today's episode, read the official article on Assembly's digital publication here:

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