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7 thoughts on “Amnesty Youth Activist Reflects on Historic U.N. Education Summit

  1. i like the them "right to Education to all",

    it is very important now atdays, because you would be payed for 'Education', while someone is stirring at you as if you shouldn't 've that.

    "while, essentially, the them 'Education' isn't, who is to & who is to not."

    ( i ve had the problem of 'Education' myself.)

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  3. These efforts culminated in Malala delivering the youth resolution to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as part of the world’s first ever U.N. youth takeover. This was a major milestone for our generation in demanding and shaping the advancement of human rights.

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