Watch: Teen given national award for Yazidi campaign work

Rozin Khaleel Hanjool came to the UK when she was 10 and wants to help those she left behind. Credit: ITV News Central

A teenager from Coventry who's campaigned to save women from being exploited by ISIS in her native country has been given a national award.

Rozin Hanjool belongs to the Yazidi community - a religious minority based in Northern Iraq.

She came to the UK as a refugee at the age of 10, and now she's been named 'Woman of the Year' in recognition of her work there.

  • Watch Rozin Hanjool talks about her campaign work

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