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Stranger Things-Millie strives to draw attention to bullying

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Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown gave a speech at the United Nations in New York on Wednesday. The 15-year-old star, who is Goodwill Ambassador of the UN, spoke during the International Day of the Rights of the Child about more commitment to bullying and its own bullying past. American media report that.

“The future does not belong to us. It belongs to the children”

Millie is happy that she can use her fame to work for charities. “But I also know what it’s like to be vulnerable. At school I was bullied by a group of students. I remember how helpless I felt. School used to be a safe place and now I was afraid to go there.”

The actress is grateful that she received help from friends and family. “But millions of children are less fortunate. They are still struggling with fear and uncertainty in the dark. Harassment and online threats are never innocent, they are never just words. They can damage children’s mental health.”

David Beckham also was at the United Nations on Wednesday. The former footballer told Millie that she was happy that she was open about her own experiences to help others. “The future does not belong to us. It belongs to the children.”

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