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"Yeterince güçlü istersek olur"
1997'de Pakistan'da doğdu. Henüz küçük yaşlardayken ülkesinde kızlar okula gidebiliyordu. Ancak bir gün bölgede talibanın hakimiyeti ele almasıyla işler tersine döndü. Kadınların dışarı çıkması yasaklandı. Yüzlerce okul yerle bir edildi. 📻
Radyo Anonsu: “15 Ocak itibariyle kızlar okula gitmeyecek aksi takdirde sorumluluk okula aittir.”
🧚♂️🖋 “Küçükken TV’de sihirli kalemi olan bir çocuğu izlerdim. Acıkınca yemek çizer ve o da gerçek olurdu. Arkadaşları tehlikedeyse bir polis çizer ve onları kurtarırdı. Küçük bir kahramandı o çocuk. Benim de öyle sihirli bir kalemim olmasını ne çok dilerdim." Malalanın blogundan...
🧚♂️ Anons sonrası aileler istese de kızlarını okula gönderemedi. Ancak Malala ertesi gün yasağa rağmen okula gitti. Ne yazıkki her öğrenci bu cesareti gösteremedi. Malala TV'de izlediği ve hayalini kurduğu sihirli kalemi tüm çocuklara ilham olması adına hayata geçirdi. Bu kalemle yazdıklarını bloguna geçirdi ve internette yayınladı. Daha çok kız çocuğuna ulaşabilmesi için bir gazete Malalaya destek oldu. Henüz 11 yaşındaki bu kız 13 dakikalık video ile Youtube'ta minicik olan milyonlarca yüreğin sesi oldu
Sihirli kalem gerçek oldu olmasına.. Ancak bu durum talibanın hoşuna gitmedi. Bir gün okula giderken servisini durdurup Malala'yı kafasından yaraladılar. Kurşun şakağından girdiği için ölümüne kesin gözle bakıldı. Hasbelkader dünyanın en önemli cerrahlarından biri o sıralar Malala'nın ülkesindeydi. Cerrahi müdahaleyle Malala ölümden kurtdu.
Malala'nın bu hareketi tüm dünyada ses getirdi. Ülkesinde zorunlu ve ücretsiz eğitim için kanun çıktı. Henüz 17 yaşında Nobel ödülü aldı Malala. 1.1 Milyon dolarlık ödülünü Pakistan'daki kız çocuklarına bağışladı.
Haziran 2013'te Birleşmiş Milletlerde konuşma yaptı. Buckingham Sarayında Kraliçe Elisabeth ile tanıştı. Aynı yıl Harvard'da konuşma yaptı ve Barack Obama ile tanıştı. Gazze de okul yapılması için on binlerce dolar bağış yaptı.
Kalemin, sesin, blogun... İyilik için kullandığın herhangi bir enstrüman.. Farketmez. Bir yerlerde birilerine İlham olabileceğini asla unutma.
@malalafund @natgeotvturkiye @mixertv1 @kafkaokur
”We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.”
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Malala began to fight for her right to an education at the young age of 11, after the Taliban started to take control of her region in Pakistan and banned all girls from attending school. At the age of 15, she was shot by a Talib gunman on her way home from school because of her continued protests. After miraculously surviving this horrific attack, Malala became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
Her courage is unwavering as she continues to fight for the right to education for all young girls and children around the world through her Malala Fund.
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“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a third power stronger than both, that of women.“
We can’t fight violence with more violence.
The session was held on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 with the students of Adult Learners class. the inspirational and motivational talks with women created an environment of enthusiasm among students of how educated mothers can lead a society towards dignity and prosperity. The voyage of Zakia Baig focused on women empowerment.
Zakia baig, a Hazara poet, Human Rights Activist, Motivational Speaker & CEO Australian Hazara Women's Friendship Network. She is passionate about the empowerment of Hazara women living in Melbourne and set up the Australian Hazara Women's Friendship Network to provide skills training to women in driving and IT, while ensuring Hazara culture is maintained through cultural events and workshops programs. #womenempowerment #HazaraWomen #malalayousafzai #malalafund #malalafoundation #unwomenpakistan #unwomen #unwomenquetta
I had the opportunity to hear Malala speak yesterday evening - completely lucking out with incredible seats that had me basically sitting with her parents for the evening.
Malala is a proud voice for education, especially the 130 million girls around the world who don’t have access to education. She certainly made me stop, reflect and appreciate the value of my own education and the opportunities it’s brought me.
My favourite quote of the evening however was when Malala re-quoted her father when asked what was the role of her parents in her courage to pursue her education and speak up for that right. She quotes her dad says “Don’t ask me what I did for my daughter. Ask me what I did not do - I did not clip her wings, and that’s all.” A reminder of the power we all have in supporting and empowering others - enabling them even if it goes against societal norms ❤️
What a night. Hearing Malala talk about her story with such humbleness in a full theatre. How she thinks it's not about courage. When something is wrong, the natural thing is to speak out against it. And how there are many other girls like her, the difference being that their parents and societies have clipped their wings and they just don't have a voice. Educating women has many more positive economic and societal side effects than you might think.
Above all, what a blessing it was to catch up with some of the passionate Girls20 Ambassadors and (Girls20's Founder and ex-CEO, and current CEO of Malala Fund) Farah Mohamed 5 years after the G(irls)20 Summit in Russia I had the pleasure to be chosen as the Argentine Delegate for. Farah is by far one of the most inspirational people I have the luck to know. There's something magical about her that is hard to forget, and which will keep encouraging me to do work that matters for years to come.
“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword, the other is the men. There is a third power stronger than both, that of women.” #iambossupp
Influential woman Pt 15: Malala Yousafzai
A Pakistani education advocate who, at the age of 17, became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize after surviving an assassination attempt by the Taliban. Born on July 12, 1997, Yousafzai became an advocate for girls' education when she herself was still a child, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when she was traveling home from school. She survived and has continued to speak out on the importance of education. In 2013, she gave a speech to the United Nations and published her first book, I Am Malala. In 2014, she won the Nobel Peace Prize...
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10th December is Human Rights day!
Do not neglect basic human rights to our girls. Instead, empower them and watch them grow. It is time that people realise that women are just as capable as men, if not more.
I read a study where it showed that a professional woman does more than a man because she also carries out her duties at home and in the work space.
Human rights shouldn’t be a topic of debate because women are humans and they have rights which no one should be able to deny them.
Today, educate yourself on the basic rights and take a look around if any woman is being denied her right. Awareness is the first step and it will start with us!
In collaboration with @unwomen @unwomenpakistan
Highlight of the 2018: Filming Malala Yousafzai
So inspiring to see @celebritycruises
revolutionize the industry with the new and innovative #CelebrityEdge
joined by the ship’s godmother, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, and it’s female crew as they set sail. We stand behind Celebrity Cruises’ commitment to girls’ education and leading the industry in increasing the number of female crew members and Captains on board.
#MalalaFund #WCW #partners #MakeAnImpact