Malala vows to work for children’ s rights with more vigour

ISLAMABAD: Malala Yousafzai the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient and education activist Tuesday vowed to work for protection of children s rights not only in Pakistan but across the world with more vigour and dedication.

Addressing a ceremony held in honour of the winners of Nobel Peace Prize 2014 and televised from Oslo Norway, she expressed resolve to continue her struggle for bringing all girls and boys in the education net and to fight for their rights.

It is a great honour for me to struggle for children rights not only in Pakistan but across the world and now they should stand up for their rights Malala said while recalling her struggle for getting education in Swat and Taliban s terror in the valley.

She said Taliban did not allow girls to go schools and get education they damaged educational institutions and carried out suicide attacks there to establish their writ.

At that time I decided to speak up for my rights and others were thinking that things will change on their own, she said adding that her efforts set an example for the world because if you take an appropriate step you will succeed in bringing change.

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