Students in the UK advocate for global education in Parliament

|Source: Eastern Daily Press|
East Point Academy students, Julia Gillard and Muzoon Almellehan. Credit: East Point Academy

Two students from Lowestoft, United Kingdom, joined GPE Chair Julia Gillard alongside Muzoon Almellehan, Syrian refugee and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, to campaign in Westminster for better education for children across the globe. Rita Laranjeiro and Levi Lawson from East Point Academy were selected to join the Send My Friend to School campaign to call for increased investment in education around the world. The campaign is a great opportunity for young people across the UK to use their political voice and make change happen.

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