Beginning in 2015, Students Stand #withMalala embarked on a 12-month social action and advocacy campaign to engage audiences through global and domestic calls to action, using the film “He Named Me Malala”. With the help of generous donors, Students Stand #withMalala has underwritten over 175,000 students globally to see the film and raise their voices for all girls’ right to 12 years of safe, quality education.
We hope attendees will take part of the HE NAMED ME MALALA discussion guide,curriculum and student toolkit to help students explore issues of inequity, access to education, and the power of raising one’s voice to advocate for justice.
Additionally, students can participate in the #withMalala challenge, a global digital art project encouraging young people to speak out about why every girl should have a right to an education.
Attendees may find these materials and more on Malala.org/film, under “Campaign Resources.” In addition to these materials, Schoola bags will help Malala Fund so that clothing drives can go directly to local girls’ education projects around the world.
MALA Screenings include: