Malala's speech

Malala Yousafzai addresses United Nations Youth Assembly

Malala's story

Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani girl, has become one of the most influential representatives of education for all boys and girls of the world. After the Taliban attack when she was shot in the head, Malala has managed to make its voice heard without being intimidated by the attack.

Now the whole world supports and encourages in his ideas.

The speech

On July 13, Malala Yousafzai gives a speech to the ONU on the importance of education for all children of the world.

With his words, Malala makes us realize how important it's study, because the Taliban, and who like them trying to control people with violence, are afraid of the power of people would if they had free access to schools, because it would start to think.

Despite his age fails to stir the minds of people to open them with feelings like compassion to not stoop to the level of those who have tried to stop her. But Malala is one of the many people who every day fight for the right to education, because children are no longer exploited for child labor; because all women are able to make their voices heard; because a pen can hurt more than a sword.

We can no longer wait for the world first field if we don't change our thoughts, no longer need to think how to use Islam for their own interests.

All we have to fight for our rights that should not be denied to anyone.

<< No one can stop us. Raise our voice for our rights and our voice will change. >>