Malala Yusufzai is the youngest Nobel Laureate she was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora Pakistan. Her father's name was Ziauddin Yousefzai and her mother's name was tor Pekka Yousafzai She has two younger brothers her family ran a chain of schools her father an educational activist Tata Pashto English and Urdu. Her father sends early on that there was something special about Malala and encouraged her to think and express herself freely she started speaking about education rights.
In 2008 when she was just 11 years old she addressed an audience at a local Press Club in Peshawar and questioned the audacity of the Taliban to snatch away her basic right to education at the behest of her father she began writing an anonymous blog for the BBC Urdu website under the pseudonym Gul Makai the idea of a schoolgirl blogging about the Taliban'sgrowing influence in Swat was originated by Omar Ahmed Khan of BBC Urduto blog about the Taliban was a very risky decision but the see out and Yousuf side himself insisted that eleven-year-old Malala do their first blog entry was posted on 3 January 2009.
She wrote about how fewer girls dared to attend school because of the Taliban and how the Taliban had forced the school to shut she continued writing when the school later reopened and she along with her friends could again attend classes as they did before when she gave her school exams and ended the blog in March 2009 even though she wrote the blog anonymously her identity was later revealed and she became a popular teenage activist who was often called to give speeches over the next couple of years she continued to gain in popularity even receiving an award from the Prime Minister of Pakistan the Taliban was increasingly becoming agitated with this young crusader and she routinely received death threats when she was returning come from school on 9 October 2012 a Taliban gunman shot her in the head the bullet went through her head a neck to end in her shoulder two of her friends were also injured in the attack.
She survived the shooting and received media treatment at a hospital in Peshawar and was later transferred to Birmingham England for further care eventually she recovered and resumed her studies at the all-girls edge WestonHigh School in Birmingham her or deal with the Taliban and her miraculous survival led to an outpouring of support from all corners of the world and helped her in furthering her cause she gave a speech at the United Nation. on her 16th birthday in 2013, the United Nation dubbed the event Malala day the same year her autobiography a Malala the girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban was published she continues her activism with even more fervor and spoke at Harvard University and the Oxford Union in 2013in July 2014 she advocated for the rights of girls by speaking at the girl's summit in London she was bestowed with Sitara issue yet Pakistan's third-highest civilian bravery award in October 2012 the Clinton Foundation presented her with the Clinton global citizen award in 2013 the EuropeanParliament honored her with the Sakharov prize for freedom of thought. In 2013she was awarded the 2014 Nobel peace prize along with Indian activist KailashSatyarthi for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education in 2017 she was awarded honorary Canadian citizenship and became
the youngest person to address the House. of Commons of Canada she is currently studying for a bachelor's degree in philosophy politics and economics at Lady Margaret Hall Oxford.
“ When the whole world is silent even one voice becomes powerful” Malala Yousufzai