Malala Yousafzai erzählt 20 Fakten über ihr außergewöhnliches Leben

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Malala Yousafzai am 4. Februar 2016 in London, Großbritannien.

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1. Unter dem Pseudonym Gul Makai war Malala erst elf Jahre alt, als sie anfing, über das Leben unter den Taliban für die BBC zu bloggen.

2. Am 9. Oktober 2012 stieg Malala in einen Bus, um sich für pakistanische Mädchen einzusetzen' Ausbildung, als die Taliban sie in den Kopf und in den Hals schossen. Sie war 15. Es wurde nicht erwartet, dass sie ihre Verletzungen überlebt.

3. Es dauerte fast zwei Jahre, bis Malala erschossen wurde und sie den Friedensnobelpreis erhielt. Sie war 17 und die jüngste Empfängerin. Sie teilte die Auszeichnung mit Kailash Satyarthi, einem weiteren Kind's Rechte Aktivist.

4. Malala hatte Pläne, Ärztin zu werden, hat sich aber jetzt für Politik interessiert.

5. Wegen des gewaltsamen Attentats auf Malala kündigte Pakistan die Einführung des allerersten Gesetzes zum Recht auf Bildung an.

6. Bis heute hat Malala über 40 Auszeichnungen und Ehrungen für ihre Tapferkeit und ihren Einsatz erhalten, darunter eine Ehrendoktorwürde der University of King's College im Jahr 2014 und ein Grammy Award für die besten Kinder's Album (für das Hörbuch Ich bin Malala: Wie ein Mädchen für Bildung eintrat und die Welt veränderte) im Jahr 2015.

7. Als Malala 18 Jahre alt wurde, eröffnete sie eine reine Mädchenschule für syrische Flüchtlinge und forderte Führungskräfte aus der ganzen Welt auf, "Bücher statt Kugeln" zur Verfügung zu stellen. 

8. 2015 wurde ein Asteroid zu Ehren von Malala benannt.

9. Im April 2017 wurde Malala UN-Friedensbotschafterin.

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