"In Pakistan, opting for a sport like rugby, this is like out of the mould for our society. I think we are making change. We are the one(s) who are gonna be the inspiration for other girls." — Feliza Mahmood Mirza. via TIME
"I motivated four girls to rejoin school and am assisting 22 girls in their studies. I now have better understanding of educational and social issues that affect girls. Now my dream is to become police officer and help girls stay in school." — 15 year-old, Huma mala.la/2m1vpFD
“We have to make sure that when politicians and diplomats make promises, that they do not forget them when they leave the room. Education is so important for refugee children but until now it has not been given enough attention.” — Muzoon, 19 year-old Syrian refugee
Refugee girls have already lost homes, friends and family. Each year of school they miss, their hopes for a brighter future fade. This must stop — the world must join together to fight for their education.