The United Nations (UN) has pronounced Pakistani education activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai as ‘the most acclaimed young person on the planet’ in its “Decade in Review”.
In “Decade in Review” series which happens among 2010 and the finish of 2013, the UN featured the overwhelming Haiti earthquake in 2010, the start of the progressing Syrian clash for 2011 and Yousafzai’s work for young ladies’ mention for the year 2012.
In 2014, Malala turned into the most youthful beneficiary of the Nobel Peace Prize in acknowledgment of her efforts for kids’ privileges. On October 2012, Malala was shot in the head at point-clear range by Taliban shooters as she was coming back from her school in Swat valley.
“The attack made waves around the world, and was widely condemned: on Human Rights Day that year, a special tribute to Malala was held at the Paris headquarters of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), pushing for action to ensure every girl’s right to go to school, and to advance girls’ education as an urgent priority,” UN wrote.
The 22-year-old was likewise as of late picked by Teen Vogue as its spread individual for its last issue of the decade.
The magazine declared it had chosen to “mirror” the most recent ten years with the education activist.
“The last ten years have been rooted in the brilliant, world-changing demands of teens across the world. As Teen Vogue reflected on this, we knew there was one perfect person to sit down and reflect on this wild decade with: Malala Yousafzai,” the US publication said.