Research Paper On Malala Yousafzai

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Malala Yousafzai was the youngest person to ever win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. At the age of seventeen she became a national figure. Malala has received many of her qualities from her father Ziauddin Yousafzai. Ziauddin has given her a household that is not a stranger to speaking publicly about their beliefs. Through the lifestyle she grew up in, Malala was able to speak her mind. Ziauddin would even let her stay up past her brother to talk about politics.She has reached out in many ways to girls and people across the world. At a young age she would speak out to people in her area about, womens rights. Most say it was because, of how her father had raised her to believe that women were equals.The Swat is the region that Malala and her family lives in did not believe in this. …show more content…
The Taliban took education away from females and caused school to shut down across Pakistan. Then a news company contacted her family about getting somebody to right a blog. He r father right away said Malala. Malala knew it was very dangerous but, still took it on. The blog talked about the life of the Swat. She told the truth about the Taliban and how terrible they were. This caused the Taliban to watch her very closely. One day when she was on the buss two men got on and tried to take her life. Since then Malala has founded many foundation for girls school from her temporary home in England. She has been taking classes and helping fund or being the reason place have started foundations in her name. Through Malala’s words she has shown that people of all walks of life are capable of changing the world for the