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Easy Going February 15 Difference

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In this issue, we look at many different examples of being different or trying to make a difference.

Equality for Men and Women

It took a long time for women to get the right to vote (see our Dateline article). But there are many other ways in which girls and women are treated differently from boys and men.
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The United Nations HeForShe campaign wants men to help advance gender equality. Actor Emma Watson’s speech for the campaign at the United Nations has attracted lots of attention.

You can sign the HeForShe petition .


Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize this year for her campaign for all girls to have access to education. In 2012, Malala was shot by Taliban fighters in her home country of Pakistan because of her opinions. She was operated on in a British hospital and now lives in Britain. You can watch a slideshow of her story
And watch this video about Malala Day , created by the United Nations.


An Invention to Help Blind People Read

A Californian schoolboy created a Braille printer for blind people… using Lego. Now it is going to become a real product.

 

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A group of teenagers in London want to challenge stereotypes and show lots of positive things teenagers in their city are doing .

 

The Same But Different

Paige and Sarah were born without one part of one arm. They have very happy lives, but one thing is very special — having a friend who is the same. The girls live on opposite sides of the world, in New Zealand and the U.S.A. This is their story.

 
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