TEDx Exeter | Be a (non-violent) hero, not a martyr

 

In this TEDx Exeter talk, Gulalai Ismail, our local partner in Pakistan, reveals how she is building an equal and peaceful world, starting from her local community.

From witnessing inequality as a young girl in Pakistan, to defying the Taliban and founding a peacebuilding organisation, this is a story of a courageous and inspiring woman.

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