#RaiseAPen, a Global Campaign for women and girls’ Right to Education in Afghanistan

MMM #RaiseAPen campaign to raise awareness for women and girls’ right to education in Afghanistan, originated at an event at the London School of Economics,  ‘Mobilising for sustainable peace in Afghanistan: a mothers’ campaign’. MMM co-organised the discussion with the LSE Civil Society Unit. This was the start of the conversation to support Afghan mothers in their call and highlight the importance of women’s and mothers’ voices at the peace negotiating table at a critical juncture in the country’s history.

Photo courtesy of Mothers For Peace

Exactly one year later, partnering with its associate members the Farkhunda Trust for Afghan Women’s Education and Mothers For Peace, Make Mothers Matter is joining forces with international personalities,  organisations and civil society  to mobilise the #RaiseAPen Campaign and take this call to the next level.

 

Photo Courtesy of Mothers For Peace

 

Latest News from the MMM #RaiseAPen Campaign

Together with mothers in Afghanistan for the right to education for their daughters

12.11.20

Join our high level virtual panel discussion #RaiseAPen on November 25th 2020 16:00 Paris / 19:30 Kabul to hear international decision makers discuss the way forward.

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#RaiseAPen Campaign kicks off

12.11.20

Make Mothers Matter (MMM), backed by key global personalities and organisations, is kicking off the #RaiseAPen campaign with a strong mobilisation video, answering the call of mothers in Afghanistan for the con

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