If you haven't met the youngest winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize , Malala, we'd like to introduce you to this brave 17-year-old girl.
"A child, a teacher, a book, a pen can change the world." 」
The phrase comes from the youngest winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, a 17-year-old Pakistani girl, Malala Malala Yoursafzai . October 10, 2014, Malala for the "Women's right to education" by the terrorist Taliban group shot the next year, she stood on the podium of the Nobel ceremony said:
"I want to tell the world that they should stand up for their rights, for those children who are not treated fairly, and don't wait for anyone else to hope for themselves." This award is dedicated to children who are silent under power and whose voices are heard by more people. "(The same Gayon: The cries of the children of Gabriel under fire, do you hear?") )
"I want to tell children all around of the world this they should stand up for their rights, they shouldn ' t wait for someone Else. This is the for all those children The Who are voiceless, whose voices the need to be heard.
"Thank my father for letting me know that you should have as many choices as a boy." "Malala thanked his family for his encouragement in his award speech, and her father's positive example of promoting education also influenced her to seek welfare for women since she was a child, and she was 12 years old in the BBC to" Diary of a Pakistani schoolgirl " (Diary of a female student in Pakistan) column documenting life under Taliban rule, including policies prohibiting girls from attending school and terrorist activities.
Since then, Malala's diary has attracted many people's attention, in 2011 won the first Pakistani "National Peace Prize" the winner, her campaign and the voice has stimulated the girls to return to the school, such aura also stimulates the Taliban organization which governs the Malala living area, one day, They shot her in the head on the way to Malala School, causing her skull base fracture, damage to her left jaw, and brain damage, and her life was dying. The Taliban said the attack was because Malala did not accept the warning and persisted in school. (Recommended reading:101 years ago today!) The beginning of Asian women's right to higher education
After the operation, Malala lost a part of his skull, hearing and language skills, but she did not lose her commitment to education. Afterwards Malala said: "They shot at me because they wanted to tell me," We want to kill you, stop you from running, "but their biggest mistake is to teach me: even if they hurt me, death supports me, I live because death is on my side. "(same field Gayon: Learn to fail on success!" See the story of six successful women )
"They shot me because They wanted to tell me this, ' We want to kill you and to stop your campaigning ', but They ' the big Gest Mistake:they injured me, and they told me through that attack, which even death is supporting me, even death Want to kill me. ""
Malala's bravery and strength arouse people's attention to the problem of nearly 600,000 out-of-school children in the world, she boarded the cover of Time magazine with "The Bravest girl in Pakistan", the United Nations also set her birthday July 12 as "Ma Larage", and a female college in Pakistan changed its name to " Malala University, "supports the young girl who risked his life to defend the right to be educated."
Standing on the podium of today's Nobel Prize-giving ceremony, a petite figure of 17-Year-old girl has won the strongest medal for disadvantaged women and children. Malala is now enrolled in the British Institute, continuing to voice the weak, and actively promote equality education, she told us by action: "Change the world, not too late, also never too young." Next, let us listen to Malala said, written word, understand her incomparable perseverance and gentleness.
(Malarano Bel Peace Prize-winning speech)
"When the whole world is silent, you will be fearless if you just make a sound." 」
"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." -- "I Am malala:the Girl who stood up for education and is Shot by the Taliban"
Malala Yoursafzai in 2013 to board the Time magazine hundred influential figures!
"I don't want to retaliate against the terrorists Taliban, I want to educate the children of the Taliban organization."
"I don ' t want revenge on the Taliban, I want education for sons and daughters of the Taliban."
"We often do not realize how great God is. He gave us a mind to think and a heart of kindness. He gave us his lips to speak his feelings, two eyes to see the color and beauty of the world, with his feet on the road to understand the world, two hands for their own work, and a pair of ears can hear the love of all things. When I find my ears, I have the ability to make all my organs and siblings practice "love". "(Extended reading of the common pain of the world: War is not death, but love )
"We human beings don T realize how great God is." He has given the US an extraordinary brain and a sensitive loving. He has blessed the US with two lips to talk and express our feelings, two eyes which, and the world of colours and beauty, two FE Et which walk on the road, two hands to work for us, and two ears to hear the words of love. As I found with my ear, no one knows how much power they have in their each and every organ the until they one. "-I Am M Alala:the Girl who stood up for education and is Shot by the Taliban
Malala, a 16-year-old shot, was treated in Birmingham, UK, after having taken a photo with his family after a recovery.
British Queen Elizabeth Sempe her courage and invited her to visit Buckingham Palace.
The Obama family also spoke with Malala at the White House for affirmative action.
In July this year, Malala for the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirl. (same field Gayon: angry solidarity!) #Bring back to our girls global call to put Nigerian girl students home )
A 17-Year-old girl, not only taught us:"You are more courageous than you think,"the more church the world to listen. We see that those children because of gender can not be equal education, because the war can not have a normal childhood, because of complex politics and race and can not enjoy human rights, every second, the earth is running, the flames continue to release, and we can not stop the attention and sound, only so, to be with the imperfect defects continue to contend with , the world can't change right now, but we can.
Thank Malala tell us, brave, just start by knocking the first word on the Internet.
Gayon: This year the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Malala, a social movement for children's rights in India, Shatiati (Kailash Satyarthi), who has been fighting child labour and gaining access to children for more than 30 years, creating " Save the Childhood Campaign "(BBA), for 168 million children around the world to run, leading a variety of" anti-child labor exploitation "of the struggle and demonstrations.
This year's Nobel Peace Prize was dedicated to two two peace fighters who sought human rights for their children and struggled for the younger generation, citing Shatiati's words: " poverty should not be used as an excuse for continuing to enslave child labour, which can never escape poverty." If children are deprived of their right to be educated, they will remain poor. Malala and Shatiati , who also fight for their children's right to be educated, believe that education gives children hope, and children, the light that shines the future of the world.