Essays on Malala
Malala Yousafzai is an inspiring young woman who has become a global icon for advocating education, human rights, and peace. She was born in Mingora, Pakistan on July 12th 1997 and her story began at the tender age of 11 when she wrote a blog about life under Taliban rule. Through her writings, Malala highlighted the plight of girls being denied access to education in her home country. This brave act earned her death threats from extremist groups but it also brought international attention to the issue of oppression in Pakistan. In 2012 Malala survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban after they shot her as she returned home from school one day. Miraculously she survived this attack and was flown to Birmingham for advanced medical care where eventually made a full recovery from her injuries. Her remarkable resilience during these challenging times captured hearts around the world and propelled her into becoming a powerful advocate for girl’s education globally. Since then Malala has gone on to become an Nobel Laureate Peace Prize recipient, author of two books I Am Malala (2013) and We Are Displaced (2019), and co-founded The Malala Fund which works towards empowering girls worldwide through safe access to quality education. In addition, she speaks regularly at events around the globe campaigning against extremism while encouraging young people everywhere to speak out against injustice no matter how small or large their platform may be. Malala Yousafzai is truly an exceptional individual whose strength of character along with courage and passion have enabled her to make huge strides towards changing gender inequality in many parts of the world today ” including right here in our own backyard. As we continue our fight for justice let us take inspiration form this amazing role model whose bravery serves as reminder that even one voice can make tremendous impact if given chance.
Once you read Malala Yousafzai’s speech on education, you realize that everybody needs to have an education. Everyone has to voice his or her opinions. As Yousafzai gives a valid argument discussing the need for education in Pakistan where she seeks to get equality, education and peace for all the children. She also purposes to […]
Extremism refers to an ideology that isn’t considered as part of the mainstream attitudes and ways of society. It can be both religious and, otherwise, political. All of these different types of extremisms can, unfortunately, be seen thriving in Pakistan. Counter-extremists tend to try their best to influence audiences with the ‘right’ information in order […]