Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Vital Voices Celebrates Malala Day
Transcript of Vital Voices Celebrates Malala Day
ways you can celebrate Malala's 16th birthday and support girls' education globally.
The assassination attempt failed to silence her – rather, it helped ignite voices from around the world to stand up to promote girls' education globally.
At the Global Leadership Awards in April, Vital Voices honored Malala with the 2013 Global Trailblazer Award for her extraordinary courage. She has shown all of us that one person – no matter what age - can make a difference.
In November 2012, Malala Yousafzai, her father, Ziauddin, and a group of supporters, engaged Vital Voices to establish and manage the Malala Fund to help realize Malala's vision of education for all girls. Hosted by Vital Voices, and supported by key partners, including the UN Foundation and Girl Up, the Malala Fund was advised by a core committee comprising education experts, international development experts, entrepreneurs, and Malala with her family.
This spring, the first grant of the Malala Fund was issued, supporting a program in Pakistan to ensure that 40 girls ranging in age from five to 12—who would otherwise be engaged in domestic labor, or at high risk of entering the workforce—will be able to attend school.
On July 12, her 16th birthday, Malala will speak to the United Nations in New York about her vision to transform the education of 40 girls...
into 40 million girls
Make a board of your heroes and what they are doing to promote girls’ education. Check out ANNpower Mentor Kakenya and how she led change for girls' education in her community.
3. Pin it
4. Post & tweet & write
Tweet and post on Facebook to let your network know how Malala inspires you and share with Vital Voices why girls’ education matters to you.
Share why you stand for girls' education
Watch how girls are changing the world through education.
14. Write a letter
Tell the White House why education is important to you: http://ow.ly/mKRJZ
Submit an editorial to your local or school newspaper
Write a blog post or note on Facebook
Send a letter to Malala (thanks, Girl Up!)
5. Connect with Malala
6. Sign a petition
Office of UN Envoy for Girl's Education: http://ow.ly/mKS1R
Stand with Malala: http://ow.ly/mKS8p
Follow these links:
7. Organize a book drive
Donate to girls in need.
Check out how 2012 ANNpower Fellow Mahsheed is building a library to empower girls in Afghanistan through her Afghan Youth Reading Association.
8. Join the club
Start a Girl Up club in your community.
2012 ANNpower Fellow Emily H. shines a spotlight on global girls’ issues in her community as a Girl Up Teen Advisor.
9. Stay connected
Stay updated on the Malala Fund by using the following link:
10. Tell your friends
Share Malala's message. Call, email, tweet, or post to your friends and family about Malala and why girls' education is important to you.
11. Have a movie night
Host a screening of “Girl Rising” in your community!
12. Talk about it
Host an event and discuss what you can do to improve education for girls in your community and around the world!
13. Celebrate together
Organize a screening party to watch Malala’s statement streamed online. Make a birthday cake in honor of Malala and instagram a photo of your event #MalalaDay
2. Send us your story
Tell us how Malala inspires YOU to act by submitting your response to email@example.com. Attach photos and videos alongside your ideas of how to advance girls' education and empowerment in your own community.
15. Organize a fundraiser
Support the education of girls in your community by sharing your knowledge and skills.
Have a birthday cake sale, organize a walkathon, arrange a talent show or have a car wash and donate the proceeds to Malala Fund to support girls’ education.
Follow this link: http://ow.ly/mKUoM
On October 9th, 2012, 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by the Taliban for going to school in Pakistan.
be inspired to act?
Learn more here: http://ow.ly/mL6sM
Learn more here: http://ow.ly/mL70H
JULY 12th, 2013
61 million kids around the world are denied access to education.
32 million are girls
Connect with us and contribute to the dialogue. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your response to "How does Malala inspire you to act?" along with a photo or video of you taking action to support the education and empowerment of girls around the world. You’ll be connected with the women in Vital Voices’ Global Leadership Network through a new interactive online platform.