Malala Yousafzai

Advocate for education rights

Young and Amazing

Malala yousafzai was only 11 years old when she spoke up to the Taliban about getting Females rights for education! She was so brave and couldn't be out spoken.

Strong, and Doesn't give up!

Malala, while on her school bus four years later she was shot by the Taliban. It Shocked the world by her recovery and she continued to fight for what she thought was right. She doesn't give up even though she is still getting more death threats. The Fact that she doesn't give up makes me want to follow her, and support her.

Leadership traits.

Malala and I have a simular leadership trait, we speak up for what we think is right. Malala was more extream and brave with speaking up, to the Talabain. I just spoke up to Bullies, but we both show are love for what we do and say. Never Giving up.

What makes a Leader?

In my own opinion here is a list of things I think make a leader.

  1. Can handle pressure

    2. Reliable

    3. Looks out for the best of others

    4. Open minded

    5. Smart

    6. Caring

    7. Listens

    8. Respectful

    9. Trustworthy

    10. Independent

Of course though not all leaders have to show all of these opinions to make he or she an effective leader.

Bede Sheppard of Human Rights

Bede Sheppard calls Malala yousafzai "Radiant example that children can be intelligent and savvy advocates for their own rights."
Raw Video: Malala Yousafzai's entire Nobel prize speech