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Malala is one of the UK’s Most Influential women

Malala is one of the UK’s Most Influential women

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Nobel laureate who is fighting for the rights of children is Malala Yousafzai got another rear identification. Malala Yousufzai has selected UK’s 150 most Influential women according to the list published by Harper’s Bazaar. The title of the list is named as ‘Bazaar 150 Visionary Women’. The magazine has released the most Influential list on the occasion of 150th Anniversary.

Amal Clooney, a barrister specialising in international law and human rights, founder of the Clooney Foundation for Justice and Amal Clooney Scholarship, Hollywood Actress Emma Watson, Harry Potter’s author J.K. Rowling were also in the list.

All the individuals on the list were in the high-achieving and an inspirational role model to women said authorities of Harper’s Bazaar. They have released the list to acknowledge females from fashion, beauty and travel to finance, science and the arts”.

Malala has already received most prestigious Nobel Award for her tremendous work about the rights of girls and their right to education.

 

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She was the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She has received it in the year 2014. She has already started a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon.She is known as an activist to encourage and to support female education in Pakistan. Currently, she is studying a PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) degree at the Oxford University.

Other famous personalities such as Victoria Beckham, Kate Middleton, Adele and Kate Winslet were also included in the of 150 women. PM Abbasi and Malala were discussed women education in Pakistan at UN.

Malala Yousafzai was born in Mingora Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan on 12 July 1997.  She is considering Jinnah and Benazir Bhutto as her role models. She was injured by a Taliban gunman when he was attempting to murder her.she was nominated for the Internation Children’s Peace Prize by an activist Desmond Tutu.

 

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