Assembly will amplify girls’ voices through original articles, videos, photographs and artwork focusing on the issues girls care about.
Malala Fund is proud to launch our new digital publication and newsletter, Assembly, a by girls, for girls outlet seeking to educate and inspire the next generation of female leaders, ages 12-25.
Malala Yousafzai explains that her early activism in Swat Valley inspired the platform, "I began blogging about girls’ education at age 11. Today I help other girls tell their stories.” Assembly will amplify girls’ voices through original articles, videos, photographs and artwork focusing on the issues girls care about. We’ll profile girl-led initiatives around the world and showcase how girls are leading their communities.
The first issue features a short graphic novel "The Adventures of Rajni” written and illustrated by two girls in India, a profile of a 13-year-old motocross star from Zimbabwe and girls around the world will share what books they’re reading now.
"Assembly is a space for girls around the world to share their stories, ideas and accomplishments — and it's an opportunity for all of us to learn from these young leaders,” said Assembly’s editor, Tess Thomas. "We're excited to provide girls with a platform for their voices and our readers have already started pitching incredible ideas for Assembly!"
Assembly will go out on the first and third Thursday of every month — a monthly version is also available in Arabic, French and Spanish.
To subscribe to Assembly and read more girls’ stories please visit assembly.malala.org.