Research Paper On Malala Yousafzai

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According to the data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), about 263 million children and youth are out of school. One of the reason that children and youth are out of school is their environment does not let them to go to school. Malala Yousafzai, who was born in Pakistan, is fighting for the right of education, not only for herself but for every child around the world. Malala never gave up on her struggle, even though death threatened her. As a result of her steadiness, Malala accomplished many things, such as winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Malala’s messages resonate around the world because she is enterprising, humble, and stands for her values. First, Malala has done so many worthwhile things which make her an enterprising figure. For one thing, in “Diane Sawyer Sits Down with the Inspirational Malala Yousafzai”, Sawyer and Malala said, “...she decided to write a diary and sent a message to the world… At age 11 on camera online one of her first interviews…” (Sawyer) and “I am going to publish a book and I want to tell girls …show more content…
In her speech, she said “Even if there is a gun in my hand and he stands in front of me, I would not shoot him” (Yousafzai 311) and “...peace is necessary for education” (Yousafzai 312). These show that Malala is revealing that she seeks peace and nonviolence. Malala inspires many people because her values are very moral. Another example, in her speech, she said “I am here to speak up for the right of education of every child” (Yousafzai 310) and “One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world” (Yousafzai 313). These show that Malala’s goal is the right of education for every child, which is a part of basic human rights. Her goal makes people think about modern social issues. Therefore, Malala is an admirable young woman because she is aiming at her goal with the right value such as peace, nonviolence, and basic human