By Sneha Lodha
At the point when Malala Yousafzai talks, countries tune in. On account of her courageous activism, we know who she is and what she has achieved. She was the most youthful individual to win a Nobel Prize, procuring the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. She has composed a smash hit book. She has talked before the United Nations and she has tested the way that numerous societies consider ladies’ rights. Yet, her amazing story doesn’t end there. Actually, there are no less than five things you presumably didn’t think about Malala.
Yousafzai is obviously energetic and fearless. In chatting with DeGeneres, she said, “I strongly believe that nothing can stop me.” And it appears to be valid. Living under Taliban principle couldn’t stop her. A close deadly death endeavour couldn’t stop her. Truth is told; Yousafzai told DeGeneres that the death endeavour really made her more grounded. She shows these attribute — her energy and bravery — strongly, with the goal that she can have a genuine effect in elevating young ladies’ entitlement to education. However, past these qualities, Yousafzai is still a long way from a “typical” 18-year-old.
Malala Yousafzai, the youthful Pakistani young lady who initially increased global consideration for being shot in the head and about executed by the Taliban, has won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. As the worldwide representative for young ladies’ training, Malala has determinedly pushed in the interest of her reason, keeping on standing up (in spite of expanded Taliban dangers) and notwithstanding making a trip to the United States to meet President Obama (and his family) in 2013. She has helped to establish the Malala Fund, which puts resources into ahead of schedule stage young ladies’ instruction activities or little associations in nations such as Pakistan, Nigeria, Kenya and Jordan.
Here are 10 other convincing actualities about this momentous Nobel Peace Prize beneficiary:
1) She’s been pushing for young ladies’ education since she was 11.
In 2009, Malala began blogging about living under Taliban principle for the BBC. She later turned into a national figure in her nation, showing up on TV as a representative for young ladies’ training. Yousafzai’s dad, Ziauddin Yousafzai, has constantly bolstered and energized her activism. Truth be told, he was the first dissident of the crew. At the point when Malala was youthful, he didn’t make her comply with the greater part of the preservationist society’s customs. In her book, Malala discussed how this enraged some of her relatives.
2) She was just 15 years of age when she was shot by the Taliban.
Malala Yousafzai was assaulted by the Taliban when she was 15 years of age, being shot in the head on the while on the transport to class. Malala was on board a transport in 2012, battling for training of young ladies in Pakistan, when the Taliban allegedly captured the transport and singled her out, shooting her in the head and the neck. Shockingly, the day Malala was shot was additionally the day her mom began figuring out how to peruse and compose. Yousafzai told DeGeneres that she has possessed the capacity to proceed onward from her death endeavor since it eventually made her more grounded. The overflowing of backing that she has gotten since her recuperation has additionally offered, she some assistance with saying. That is great, particularly considering the men who professedly plotted to execute her have not been altogether conveyed to equity under the legitimate framework.
3) She addressed the United Nations on her sixteenth birthday.
She gave a speech at the United Nations on her sixteenth birthday… … and they were so happy to have her, they called the day ‘Malala Day’. Malala was shot on October ninth, 2012. She was accounted for to be in basic condition and not anticipated that would survive. She recuperated completely from the Taliban assault at a healing facility in Birmingham. Malala goes to an all-young ladies school in the UK at Edgbaston High School in Birmingham.
4) She has effectively distributed a book I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World
She has her own particular book out, called I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban. The book was distributed in the United States and is a #1 merchant on Amazon.
5) She was hauled out of class in Birmingham, England to be educated of her honor.
She has been living in England since being dealt with for her gunfire wounds. It’s protected to say that Yousafzai needn’t bother with a higher education to change the world. Because of her tenacious activism, she has partners extending from President Obama to Ellen DeGeneres — and I’d say that is a really decent place to begin adulthood.
6) She initially needed to be a specialist.
Since her expanded visibility, Malala has transformed her profession center to legislative issues. Notwithstanding her appearance on Ellen, Yousafzai has stood out as truly newsworthy as of late on the grounds that she is inspiring prepared to apply to school — and she needs to go to Stanford. However, her four year certification won’t be her first confirmation. Yousafzai has gotten privileged degrees from two colleges: a Master of Arts from the University of Edinburgh, which was recompensed in 2013, and a Doctor of Civil Law from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which was honored in 2014.
7) Her dad used to be a schoolmaster.
Ziauddin Yousafzai ran one of the last schools to challenge the Taliban’s requests to not teach young ladies. He has allegedly urged his little girl to be frank from a youthful age. Malala composed a website for the BBC when she was 11 and 12 years of age under a false name, clarifying what life was similar to under Taliban control. Malala has gotten more than 40 awards and honors because of her chivalrous and extraordinary activism. The assault on Malala made Pakistan make their first ever Right to Education Bill.
8) She was just honored over a large portion of a million dollars.
Malala will be part the prize cash, $1.1 million, with her 60-year-old co-beneficiary, Kailash Satyarthi, a human rights advocate from India. She has a privileged doctorate degree from the University of King’s College. She’s met David Beckham, the Queen and President Obama… … yet above all, she’s additionally Face Timed Justin Bieber! Time magazine highlighted her as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2013.
9) She’s won the Nobel Peace Prize about two years to the day that she was shot.
In 2014, Malala was honored the Nobel Peace Prize for braveness in battling for kids and ladies’ entitlement to instruction. She’s the most youthful individual ever to be given the honor (she was 17 when granted it).Unfortunately, not everybody considers Yousafzai to be a motivating lobbyist. To a few, especially in her nation of origin of Pakistan, she is an indication of the issues that the way of life countenances, however not as a matter of course the arrangements. Truth be told, Pakistan did not recognize Malala Day, the U.N’s. formal festival of Yousafzai’s birthday and her accomplishments in activism. Huma Yusuf, a Pakistani writer and arrangement expert, clarified the backfire that Yousafzai has experienced in her nation of origin:
Her acclaim highlights Pakistan’s most negative perspective (wild militancy); her education campaign echoes Western plans; and the West’s esteem of her is double-dealing since it ignores the situation of other guiltless casualties, similar to the losses of U.S. drone strikes.