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Malala Yousafzai – COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION

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Malala Yousafzai – COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION

 

 

11/7/2024,

MALALA YOUSAFZAI’S BIRTHDAY: DEADLY COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION FOR ALL

Born in the Swat Valley of northwest Pakistan on July 12, 1997, or 27 years ago today, Malala Yousafzai has won multiple awards for her work advocating for children’s rights, including the Nobel Peace Prize in October 2014, at the age of 17, making her the youngest Nobel laureate in history.

Malala is a remarkable woman who believes that all children should attend school. The Taliban, a terrorist organisation that brutally oppresses its people, controls the area where Malala was born. Among other things, they forbid girls from attending school.

Malala began her campaign to ensure that girls in Pakistan could attend school when she was eleven.

Because her father was a teacher at a ladies’ school, she knows the value of education from a family background. Both boys and girls have little chance of living independent lives without education. In 2009, Malala began a blog diary on the website of the English news agency BBC to raise awareness of the situation in her native country.

Malala and other girls also ignored the school ban.


Danger!

By 2012, it was clear how dangerous devotion to education could be. Malala was shot dead by terrorists as she was leaving the school.

Malala was seriously injured and was brought to a hospital in Great Britain.

Since then, she has relocated to Great Britain to live with her family and pursue her education. She remains committed to advancing education, both domestically in Pakistan and internationally.

Malala Yousafzai Commitment To Education

Malala Yousafzai – COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION

worldwide support


The Malala Fund was established in 2012 in collaboration with UNESCO.

The money will be used to fight for equal rights for girls and boys in schools. On her 16th birthday, Malala was allowed to speak to the UN Youth Assembly. People all across the world were impressed by her speech.

During her time, advocating universal education for children, Malala presented a 4 million signature petition to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Malala has also sought support in her conversations with other prominent politicians. Multiple Honors and Notable Awards Malala is a global hero and inspiration.

She has won numerous honours for her brave advocacy of children’s rights, including the Sakharov Prize from the European Parliament and the inaugural Peace Prize from the Pakistani government. Amnesty International called Malala an “Ambassador of Conscience”. For all children worldwide, December 10, 2014, is a significant day because it will mark the Nobel Peace Prize acceptance of Indian children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai.

 

 

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