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As part of the #NotMySchool Campaign, youth activists from around the world shared insights on tackling school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV).

Breaking the silence around SRGBV

UNGEI Youth Representative & CAMA member, Alice Saisha, Zambia
Global Partnership for Education Youth Advisor, Megha Kashyap, India
Global Partnership for Education Youth Advocate, Edith Esinam Asamani, Ghana
Queen’s Young Leader & Human Rights Activist, Jacob Thomas, Australia
Global Partnership for Education Youth Advocate, Leroy Phillips, Guyana
Girl Pride Circle Founder, Olaoluwa Abagun, Nigeria

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