Rihanna: "Growing up in Barbados, school was a grind. But I was lucky"

|Source: The Guardian |
GPE Board Chair Julia Gillard was joined by GPE Global Ambassador Rihanna and Global Citizen CEO and co-founder Hugh Evans during a trip to Malawi. Credit: Evan Rogers

In this op-ed, Rihanna makes the case for investing in education, and encourages individuals to join her in the fight for the quarter of a billion young people still denied the right of education.

Read the op-ed in The Guardian 

GPE Board Chair Julia Gillard was joined by GPE Global Ambassador Rihanna and Global Citizen CEO and co-founder Hugh Evans during a trip to Malawi. Credit: Evan Rogers

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