Louisa Peacock

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At 16, Malala Yousafzai has done what many human rights campaigners can only dream of. She’s cut through the jargon, the muddled rhetoric and unfortunate bureaucracy that can, sadly, so often be associated with a ‘good cause’, and managed to get people everywhere talking about one of the biggest issues facing young girls worldwide: their right to education.

Malala may not have won a Nobel Peace Prize this morning, but does it really matter? The OPCW, the body overseeing destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons gained the coveted prize in Oslo on Friday, disappointing many who believed Malala was a firm favourite to win.…  Seguir leyendo »