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Teacher’s note: It is important to keep in mind that some pupils and/or their family members may themselves be experiencing some of the issues raised in these videos, and perhaps be receiving professional support. Therefore, please ask the class to be sensitive and considerate during discussions.

Discover your passion

What moves you? Watch videos from the WE Day stage and unlock the causes and issues you care about. Some of our videos are accompanied by discussion questions, helping you to deepen your understanding and debate your ideas as a group.

Isabelle Weall on
overcoming challenges

After being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, Isabelle underwent a quadruple amputation. Watch and learn how she overcomes challenges.

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Temi Mwale and Amani Simpson on
youth violence

Personally affected by knife crime and youth violence, Temi and Amani are standing together to make a change. Listen to their stories.

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Nikki Christou on
self-esteem

After being diagnosed with a rare medical condition, Nikki’s confidence dropped. Watch and find out how she took steps to boost her self-esteem.

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Iskra Lawrence on
body confidence

Iskra grew up in the modelling world and struggled to value her authentic self. Find out how she practices self care and body confidence.

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Katie Piper on
body image

After suffering an acid attack, Katie Piper was left with physical and mental scars, but she perseveres every day.
 

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Callum Lynch on
the care system

Growing up, Callum Lynch was never told he was loved. Watch how he is overcoming his past and helping others.
 

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Hayley Mulenda on
mental health

At one time, Hayley Mulenda struggled with depression. Now, she’s inspiring everyone to find their brighter day.
 

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Liv Little on
equality

Liv Little couldn’t see herself reflected in the mainstream media, so she created her own outlet: gal-dem.

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Malala Yousafzai on
growth

Despite being a Nobel Laureate, Malala Yousafzai continues to learn, every day. Listen to her message of courage.

Spencer West on challenges

Spencer West has a mission: to inspire others with his story and empower everyone to have a positive impact.

Know your stuff

Want to learn more? Educate yourself about key local and global issues with these bite-sized videos and be inspired to take action.

Local poverty

One fifth of the UK population now live in poverty.

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Hunger

8 million people around the UK struggle to afford food.

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Environment

100 acres of rainforest are cut down every minute.

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Homelessness

Across the UK, more than 300,000 people are homeless.

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Cyberbullying

65% of young people say they have been cyberbullied.

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Illiteracy

17% of teenagers are functionally illiterate.

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Global poverty

767 million people are living in extreme poverty.

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Education

Worldwide, 263 million children are out of school.

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Water

844 million people live without access to clean water.

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Health

Life expectancy in low-income countries is just 62 years-old.

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Food

815 million people around the world go hungry, every day.

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Child labour

Globally, 168 million children are engaged in child labour.

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Explore the world

Listen to voices from across our WE Villages partner communities.

Realising water rights

In the mountainous highlands of Ecuador, indigenous communities are regaining their rights to water.

Music video in the Maasai Mara

How do you feel about your local hospital? In rural Kenya, women are singing their hospital’s praises.

A champion for clean water

In the Amazon rainforest, Miguel is fighting for clean water and healthcare. Discover why.

For every girl’s right

Faith’s dad didn’t want her to go to school. But Faith was determined to make her dreams come true.

Teenager turns on the tap

Imagine growing up without clean, running water. This was the reality for 15-year-old Yadira. Until now.

A new mark of manhood

Competition for a place at WE’s new boys’ secondary school in rural Kenya was fierce. This is Francis’ journey.

The WE movement

WE makes doing good, doable. Watch the below videos to learn how.



About the WE movement

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Take action

You’ve found your passion for change. You’re an expert in the issue. It’s time to take action. Get going with our WE Schools action campaigns.

Let’s act!