She is the youngest Nobel laureate. Malala Yousafzai was born on 21 Jul 1997 in Mingora, Pakistan. Her father’s name was Ziauddin Yousafzai and her mother’s name was Tor Pekai Yousafzai. She has two younger brothers. Malala’s family ran a school chain. Her father was an educator and taught her Pashto, English, and Urdu.
Her struggle for the right to education
she began speaking about education rights in 2008. Addressing a gathering at a local newspaper club in Peshwar, she questioned the courage of the Taliban’s right to take away basic education. At the request of her father, she started writing an anonymous blog for the BBC Urdu website, nicknamed “Gul Makai”. The idea of blogging for a schoolgirl about the impact of the Taliban’s swat development started by Amir Ahmad Khan of BBC Urdu.
Ziauddin Yousafzai himself insisted that blogging about the Taliban was a risky decision but that 11-year-old Malala should do it. Her first blog entry published on January 3, 2009. She wrote about how the Taliban organization encouraged girls to go to school and forced the Taliban to close the school.
When the school reopens, Malala continues to write and she and her friends can attend classes again as before. She then gave school exams and completed the blog in March 2009. She wrote the blog mostly anonymously, but later her identity was revealed and she became a popular teenage activist and often called to talk.
Malala Yousafzai and the Taliban
Malala Yousafzai – the advocate for women’s education, even revealed an award to Pakistan’s prime minister over the next few years. With this young crusade, the Taliban became increasingly agitated and she was constantly threatened with death. As she was walking home from school on October 9, 2012, a Taliban gunman shot her in the head. The bullet passed through her head and neck to finish the shoulder. Two of her friends also injured in the attack.
She survived the shooting and received immediate treatment at a hospital in Peshawar, but later transferred to Birmingham, England for further treatment. She eventually resumed her education at the All-Girls Edgbaston High School in Birmingham. Her miraculous presence with the Taliban and her miraculous presence has helped her in every corner of the world.
Malala wins Nobel Peace Prize
Malala Yousafzai gave a speech at the United Nations in honor of her 16th birthday in 2013, and the United Nations named the event “Malala Day”. She continues her work with great enthusiasm and spoke at Harvard University and the Oxford Union in 2013. In July 2014, she attended the Girls ‘Summit in London on behalf of girls’ rights.
In October 2012, she was awarded Pakistan’s third-highest civilian bravery award, Sisara-e-Shujaat. She has been awarded the Clinton Foundation’s 2013 Clinton Global Citizenship Award. She was awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize by Indian activist Kailash Satyam. In 2017, she was granted Canadian citizenship and became the youngest person to address Canada’s parliament. She is currently pursuing a degree in philosophy politics. At Margaret Hall.
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