Ten secondary school students (2 girls and 8 boys) in Malaysia- from Somalia, Libya, and Yemen- learn about gender equality in school and about their female classmates experience of being told she cannot teach football, because she is a girl. Having recognized that there are few women leaders, role models, or football coaches in their community, the students decided they wanted to find a way to help educate others, particularly boys and men, to stand-up to make change to allow for more opportunities for girls and women. In this short film, the class sets out to make a video to raise awareness about how words create and enforce gender-norms and inequality. To highlight this, the students interview younger students, older community members, and share their personal thoughts on what they have learned.

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