Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner who as soon as took a bullet for campaigning for ladies’ schooling in Pakistan, was over the moon on Friday after finishing her diploma in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Britain’s prestigious Oxford University.
Malala, 22, who attended Oxford’s Lady Margaret Hall school, took to Twitter to share two footage that present her celebrating the milestone together with her household.
“Hard to precise my pleasure and gratitude proper now as I accomplished my Philosophy, Politics and Economics diploma at Oxford,” she stated within the tweet, accompanied by two footage – one displaying her sitting together with her household in entrance of a cake that claims: ‘Happy Graduation Malala’, and the opposite wherein she is roofed with cake smiling for the digital camera.
In the tweet, the famed human rights activist additionally revealed her plans for the instant future – Netflix, studying and sleeping.
“I do not know what’s forward. For now, will probably be Netflix, studying and sleep,” she wrote.
Malala was shot within the head by the Taliban militants in December 2012 for campaigning for feminine schooling within the Swat Valley in northeastern Pakistan.
Severely wounded, she was airlifted from one army hospital in Pakistan to a different and later flown to the UK for therapy.
After the assault, the Taliban launched an announcement saying that they might goal Malala once more if she survived.
At the age of 17, Malala turned the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for her schooling advocacy in 2014 when she shared the coveted honour with India’s social activist Kailash Satyarthi.
Unable to return to Pakistan after her restoration, she moved to Britain, establishing the Malala Fund and supporting native schooling advocacy teams with a concentrate on Pakistan, Nigeria, Jordan, Syria and Kenya.
The Taliban, who’re in opposition to women’ schooling, have destroyed many colleges in Pakistan.
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