Millie Bobby Brown, The Youngest UNICEF Ambassador, Addresses Major Issues, Including Poverty and Inequality, Hindering The Growth of Women Around The World


Millie Bobby Brown is one of those active people in society who never shy away from telling the truth. That’s why she became part of UNICEF to protect those who remain unheard. The young actress herself was bullied and shunned by people for making a choice that did not correspond to conventions. So the star of “Stranger Things” understands what it’s like to live in a world where a young woman is not considered equal. Mentioning some serious problems that are becoming an obstacle to women’s growth, she urged people to come forward and put an end to this stigma.

As a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, 19-year-old Brown spoke about the problem of periodic poverty on social networks. In the video, the teenage superstar talked about how monthly menstruation affects the lives of young women around the world. She stated that people have very different experiences at this time of the month. There are many women who do not have even basic services, such as hygiene items and clean water.


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Star Enola Holmes said that many people use things like “newspaper, rage or nothing at all.” This lack of hygiene can have dangerous consequences for their health and education. That’s why Millie Bobby Brown and UNICEF have lent a helping hand in spreading awareness about measurement measures that have always been considered a stigma.

According to the actress, schools should inform all children about this so that they can free their minds from gender norms. Meanwhile, she also called on world leaders to increase investments in menstrual health so that every girl and woman can get safe products and remedies.

Millie Bobby Brown makes the ignored social stigma visible to the world

For those who don’t know, this isn’t the first time Millie Bobby Brown has addressed an issue that people aren’t talking about openly. The British star spoke about bullying in a speech at the UN in 2019. The actress said that she herself was bullied at school and knows what impression it leaves on the mind. That’s why she doesn’t want any other girl to face the same trauma, and they have support.

“My message to her is this: you are not alone. There are people who care about you. There are people who will listen if you ask for help. You have rights,” Brown assured.

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