“Welcome to Canada … It’s the human spirit that each of us would expect if our family were in crisis,” Malala Yousafzai, of the youngest Nobel laureate, said Pakistan. He is now a Canadian activist for women’s education. She was in Canada to receive her honorary citizenship from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Responding to the Canadian Parliament, she spoke about how she wanted future generations to look at her and her generation. “May future generations say that I am the one who stands up … the first to live in a world in which all girls can learn to be afraid.” “Malala ” Malala Fund (@MalalaFund) Malala was originally scheduled to receive honorary citizenship in 2014, but he could not because the Canadian Parliament to be an armed terrorist stormed on the same day. Malala and her father, who arrived in Canada to receive the honor, to reschedule his visit. Today, the Library of Congress, Malala Yousafzai has received honorary Canadian citizenship given to her in 2014. “CanadianPM (@CanadianPM) < / p> in 2012, when he was 15 years old, the Taliban shot him in the head while he was on a bus to school, he survived and is an activist for the education of Malala Yousafzai (Credit Photo) Only two days ago, Malala was also appointed as UNICEF Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Malala Yousafzai, was named the youngest peace ambassador to focus on the education of the child. “The United Nations (@UN) She has a lot of credit first. She is the first Pashtun, the first from Pakistan, and is the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. She shares the honor with Kailash Satyarthi from India. In his acceptance speech, he said, I tell him my story not because it is unique, but because it is not. That is the story of many other girls. In addition to this list, Malala is now the youngest person to receive honorary citizenship from Canada. Welcome to Malal, Trudeau commented: “Malala’s story is a story that we all know very well, it is very special and family, out of this world and very popular.” He appreciates her for defending herself and the millions of other girls. “Malala, you choose the hope, you choose the dignity, you choose the determination, the children of the world thank you.” Malala welcomes Canada and Trudeau and their efforts to help people. has a mixed cabinet, and is proud to announce that the CEO of the Malala Foundation is a Canadian refugee who came to Canada from his childhood from Uganda, and will now lead the fight. Painting to educate women around the world. Signed with – “Let us bring the change we want to see.” . .
- Meet a 16-year-old girl from Jhansi, who built an air conditioner for just 1,800 rupees
- Manage your email overload, style 2017