Malala to Become Youngest United Nations Messenger of Peace

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres will assign Malala Yousafzai, worldwide promoter for young ladies’ training and the most youthful ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate, as a United Nations Messenger of Peace with a unique concentrate on young ladies’ instruction.

UN representative Stephane Dujarric reported Friday that she will concentrate on advancing young ladies’ instruction worldwide and will be authoritatively assigned at  the U.N. headquarters in New York on Monday. She will help promote girl’s education around the world as part of her new role.

Different massengers of peace incorporate performers Michael Douglas and Leonardo DiCaprio, primatologist Jane Goodall and artists Daniel Barenboim and Yo-Yo Ma.

“Even in the face of grave danger, Malala Yousafzai has shown an unwavering commitment to the rights of women, girls and all people,” Mr. Guterres said on Friday on his selection of Ms. Yousafzai for the designation.

“Her courageous activism for girls’ education has already energized so many people around the world,” he said adding that as the United Ntions’s youngest –ever Messenger of Peace, she can do even more just and peaceful world.

She survived the assault and turned into a supporter for the a large number of young ladies denied a formal training around the world.


In 2013, Yousafzai and her dad, Ziauddin Yousafzai, co—established Malala Fund to convey attention to the social and financial effect of young ladies’ instruction and to enable young ladies to request change.


Yousafzai turned into the most youthful—ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate in 2014


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