Apple teams up with Malala fund to fight for girls' education

Apple teams up with Malala fund to fight for girls' education

Apple teams up with Malala fund to fight for girls' education

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will join Nobel Peace Prize victor and honorary Canadian citizen Malala Yousafzai at a panel discussion in Davos, Switzerland today before wrapping up his visit to the World Economic Forum.

The women's rights campaigner, who is now an undergraduate at Oxford University, was speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Yousafzai said that it was important to remind everyone that they can contribute in this cause.

"Just imagine for a second ... can they let it happen to their daughters, to their sisters, to their mothers?"

With Apple's support, the Malala Fund will be able to double the number of grants awarded by its Gulmakai Network and extend funding programs to India and Latin America, with a goal of extending secondary education opportunities to more than 100,000 girls.

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"My dream is for every girl to choose her own future", Malala said. But when it comes to the rest of the world's children, they struggle a bit. We are not going to ask men to change the world.

The 19-year-old called on Canada to make girls' education a centrepiece of the G7 leaders' summit to be held in Charlevois, Que., in June. We are going to stand up for ourselves and we are going to raise our voices and we are going to change the world.

Yousafzai, who was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan in 2012 for advocating for women's right to education, has been working tirelessly throughout the years to improve the statistics surrounding women attending school.

"So disappointed to see that people in high positions talk about women in unequal terms and do not accept them as equals", said Malala when she was asked what her message to "someone like Trump" would be. "In order to become one, you have to recognise that all women and all those around you have equal rights and that you are part of this movement for equality", she said. "You have to speak out for those girls", the activist said.

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