Short Speech About Malala

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Have you ever wanted to learn about a world famous, Nobel Peace Prize winner? Well, you have come to the right place. Today you will be learning about Malala and her journey to winning the Nobel Peace Prize, it wasn't always easy, it was actually hard and took a lot of effort and courage out of her, so are you ready?. Malala was born Malala Yousafzai, she was named after Malalai, a courageous Pakistani citizen who fought for what was right. She was born Mingora, Pakistan, located in the country's Swat Valley, on July 12, 1997. For the first few years of her life, her hometown remained a popular tourist spot that was known for its summer festivals. Her parent's names are Ziauddin Yousafzai (dad) and Toor Pekai Yousafzai (mum). She was a big…show more content…
Even after she got shot she still stood up for what she believed in. A significant event that happened following the shooting was that Malala won the Nobel Peace Prize. To win The Nobel Peace Prize you have to do something extraordinary to win it. She won it alongside Kailash Satyarthi, who was also an activist. Along with the prize, you also win a check close 1 million dollars. Malala has been an amazing role model for younger children all around the world. She has influenced many people (not just children) to speak up and not just be in the background, too has taught children to be grateful that they have the chance to go to school and appreciate the education. Malala has influenced many people around the world and will still be continuing doing what she does. Currently, she is attending the University of Oxford. She has been such an inspiration to everyone around the world. This is only describing 20 years of her life. I feel that we all hope that she will keep doing what she does and stands up for education where-ever she is. Malala’s work will be remembered for centuries (if I do say so myself). She has stood up for what she believes in and has been a brilliant example of “if you want something you go get

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