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March 15, 2022

This year’s International Women’s Day is marked by thousands fleeing war in Ukraine. The Economist’s editor-in-chief, Zanny Minton Beddoes, meets Malala Yousafzai to discuss what world leaders can do to protect girls’ education in times of conflict.

00:00 - Who is Malala?
00:30 - Becoming a refugee
01:11 - The impact of conflict on civilians
02:51 - The gender gap in digital education
03:41 - Promoting girls’ education in Afghanistan
05:21 - How can Western policy makers influence women's rights in Afghanistan?
07:22 - Muslim countries must stand up to the Taliban
08:05 - Quality education is important for democracy

See the coverage on women around the world econ.st/3hFi6pb

Societies that treat women badly are poorer and less stable: econ.st/3CaRmGI

Malala on why girls must be free to learn and lead: econ.st/37eStd5

Kiara Nirghin on STEM’s gender divide: econ.st/3hOLUzV

How to change the lives of Afghanistan’s women: econ.st/3CpF3pV

How teachers can address discrimination at school econ.st/360JRpz

How girls’ education can help solve the climate crisis econ.st/3I5BcQp

Why nations that fail women fail econ.st/3sEBrxg

Why educating girls is even more important than people realise econ.st/3HIXpDA

Afghanistan’s economy is collapsing: econ.st/3IYf0ZL

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