It began as an ordinary day in Mingora, Pakistan, for a young girl returning home from school on her school bus. Suddenly, a masked gunman rushed into the bus and shouted, “Who is Malala?” Her friends on the bus looked back at her, and in the blink of an eye she was shot on the left side of her face. This incident was the spark that ignited a call for change in education around the world. Malala Yousafzai was the face of this change. She made significant contributions to female education rights by being an education activist and urging children to speak out and fight for their rights. She forever changed the lives of Pakistani girls who today benefit from free education and resources with numerous schools around their country.
Yousafzai is still a devoted advocate for education. In 2013, she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, but didn’t win. The next year, she was named a nominee again, and won. At age 17, she became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. The young activist continued to take action on global education by opening a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon. Malala Yousafzi is truly inspirational, and doesn’t take no for an answer. That is why
Malala Yousafzai believes that education is a basic right for every person. Malala, born July twelfth, nineteen ninety-seven is an activist for girls education. She was shot at just fifteen years old as a result of her life as an activist. Malala was nominated for the twenty-thirteen Nobel Peace Prize, but she did not win it. Many people have mixed feelings about the outcome of her nomination for the prestigious award. Malala believes that education is the basic right of boys and girls, men and women everywhere. The controversy which surrounds her life is a direct result of these beliefs, and is the reason she was shot.
Malala Yousafzai was a talented and brave young woman who had one goal in life: to get an education and encourage others to do the same. Born in Pakistan, Malala did not grow up with many resources, but she was lucky enough to have a father that shared the same goal as her. At the young age of fifteen, she was shot in the face by the Taliban for standing up for girls’ rights to an education. Although the recovery time was long and hard, the Taliban did not silence her as she continued her campaign. This eventually led her to opening her own school in Yemen and writing the novel I Am Malala. As someone who highly values education and bravery, her story made me interested in learning more about her culture, family, and experiences.
Across the world people think of Malala Yousafzai as one of the most revolutionary women in the world for her stance against heresy and gender discrimination. She has showed through example that she is willing to give her life in the defense of her beliefs regarding women’s rights to education. Malala is an equal rights activist; she continually fights for women to have the same rights as all other people. Malala has endured a long and dangerous path to make people aware of the discrimination and dangers that women are facing in Pakistan and all over the world. Her famous journey and non-violent methods has had a profound effect and has resulted in the world taking a more active part in her fight for equal rights and women 's education.
Malala Yousafzai speaks out after she was shot by the Taliban on the left side of her head for attending school. She then decided to recount the event and write a speech which she presented to the United Nations. Her speech was intended to bring awareness to people that education should be available to males and females.
Malala has inspired many people which now she is recognized as a symbol of peace and a warrior for fighting for what she believed in. Malala touches topics throughout her novel include the range of political to moral information grasping her audience attention.One main point that Malala uses is rhetorical techniques as well as diction to get her point across and make the audience understand what it was like going through the experience she went through.Although not everyone will understand the crucial experience she went through, Malala will indicate what her point will be. Malala will have her audience comprehend everything there is to know by being prosuede with imagery on to the point that this tragedy occurred.
“I am those 66 million girls who are deprived of education. And today I am not raising my voice, it is the voice of those 66 million girls.” Malala Yousafzai makes this statement in her speech to the Nobel Committee as the first Pakistani and, at the age of sixteen, the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize Award. Malala was unfortunately shot in the head by a member of the Taliban, due to the fact that she defied a culture that did not allow girls to have an education. Despite her brush with death, she not only recovered, but became a champion for the rights of children and girls around the world to receive an education. Malala delivered a speech before the Nobel Committee
Malala Yousafzai is not only a nineteen year-old Pakistani teenager, but also a nationally recognized activist. Yousafzai advocates for the improvement of access to education with a focus on young girls and young women throughout the world. Yousafzai additionally promotes gender equality and overall world peace. Being that she was born in the male dominated country of Pakistan in 1997, she has first-hand experienced the systematic oppression faced by women residing in the country. Her activism stemmed from her love and passion for attending school and overall learning and education—traits from which she inherited from her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai whom is a Pakistani diplomat. Through her activism, Yousafzai has received multiple honors such as Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize in 2011 as well as a nomination for the International Children’s Peace prize also in 2011. Her activism has also procured her national recognition and increased her popularity, both of which had upset Taliban leaders. Taliban leaders voted to kill her and in 2012, Yousafzai survived an assassination attempt in which she was shot in the face by a Taliban member in Pakistan’s swat valley as she. In
The right to education is one important fundamental justice that everyone should have, but most times that right is denied. There 's many reasons why people, states or countries may not take education seriously. Pakistan is one country that has the most curtailment on education towards women. Malala Yousafazi became a young activist, she stood up for her people in Pakistan to restore the rights of education to women. Her journey began when she was just the age of fifteen; she was shot on her head near the school bus by the Taliban in 2012. After her surgery recovery, she addressed a speech to the youth in New York on July 12th. In 2013, Malala and her father co-founded the "Malala Fund" in supporting young girls like her. Malala accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on December tenth, 2014 with Indian children 's rights. She bravely continues to work hard and strive for education justice so that, one day, every child will receive an education.
On October 9th, 2012, Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani student, who was on her way home from school, was shot in the head by a Taliban member, and ultimately survived. Yousafzai had repeatedly spoken out against the Taliban’s policy of destroying schools and depriving young girls of education in the Swat Valley, Pakistan. Yousafzai’s defiance made her a prime target for the Taliban and an attempt was made on her life. Miraculously, she survived the assassination attempt, and in 2014, she became the first Pakistani and youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate at age 17 and delivered an acceptance speech that was meant to get people personally invested in and spur to action for her global cause, it did an excellent job of achieving this.
Malala says ”Dear brothers and sisters” following by ”we must not forget” 3 times followed by important sayings from her speech such as people are suffering, children don't go to school and lastly and most positively that there is a bright, peaceful future. The absolut last she ends with her famous words ”One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. Education is the only solution. Education first. Thank you” to sum the speech up.
Malala said: “Dear sisters and brothers, we realize the importance of light when we see darkness. We realize the importance of our voice when we are silenced. In the same way, when we were in Swat, the north of Pakistan, we realized the importance of pens and books when we saw the guns.” She used the metaphors ‘light’ and darkness; and she compared light and darkness to education and illiterateness. Further, she compared these two opposite things to prove that people can see and understand the world through light. Light reveals which is hidden in darkness. According to Malala:
Malala began writing at the age of eleven for BBC under the pseudonym “Gul Makai.” She wrote about her feelings, dreams, fears, and life under the Taliban and it was published in a journal. Later, she became even more well known for her speeches, such as her address to the United Nations on her sixteenth birthday, just nine months after she was shot by the Taliban. She is an accomplished writer, already writing three books, I am Malala, I am Malala Abridged, and Malala’s Magic Pencil. She also has a movie documentary about herself called “He named me Malala.” However this is not where she stops, she continues to fight for education for children and
“The next day he went on a live show on the voice of America and angrily condemned the attacks.” It is very frightening to speak up against something so powerful and evil, example: The Taliban. However, if the whole world were to realize that the power of these hate groups comes from the creation of fear, maybe everyone would be a bit more like Malala’s dad, and not have the fear to speak up for what is right. The author is trying to show us that no matter our circumstances we can all find the courage to fight for what we know is right. Malala is a prime example of courage because her life was put on the line. However, she walked the tightrope over the hate of the Taliban. She reached the tallest building and was able to achieve the greatest of accomplishments. Including being the youngest person ever nominated for the Nobel