Malala Yousafzai He posted on social networking photos of his graduation Friday (26). The Pakistani woman became known worldwide after being shot at the age of 15 Taliban In a demonstration for women’s education, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her struggle for education.
activist with the model employment Oxford university, employment England, in Philosophy, Politics and Economics in June 2020, an institution I have attended since 2017. Due to the pandemic, the ceremony had to be postponed until now.
Malala and her husband, Aser Malik, during the graduation ceremony of the educational activist – Photo: social networks
The youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, now 24, posted the photos on Instagram With the caption “Some Latin was spoken and apparently I have a degree.”
In the photos Malala poses with her parents Ziauddin Yousafzai and Tur Bekai Yousafzai, her husband Aser Malik, with them. Married at the beginning of the month, and two girlfriends.
Malala stands with her parents at her graduation – Photo: social networks
At the age of eleven, she wanted to become a doctor. But the school I attended is in the northwest of Pakistan It was closed down by Taliban militants.
In October 2012, when she was 14, masked Taliban men boarded a bus full of children and shot her in the head. Two other girls were also wounded by live bullets. The three survived.
The Taliban claimed that they represented Western values and that they were still trying to kill them. Therefore, Malala and her family took refuge in England.
Malala stands with her friends at her graduation – Photo: social networks
In October 2014, the Nobel Committee announced the award of the Peace Prize to Malala “for her struggle against the oppression of children and youth and for the right of all to education”.
Last year, after finishing school, Malala posted it Twitter: It is hard for me to express my happiness and gratitude now that I have completed my degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University. I don’t know what awaits us. For now, it will be Netflix, reading and sleeping.”
Malala, injured at 15 due to her struggle for women’s education, graduates from Oxford University – Photo: social networks
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