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Who is malala yousafzai malala yousafzai is 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 . The life of malala yousafzai the pakistani blogger who survived being shot by the taliban and became the youngest winner of the nobel peace prize. Malala yousafzai born july 12 1997 mingora swat valley pakistan pakistani activist who while a teenager spoke out publicly against the talibans prohibition on the education of girls. Malala yousafzai biographical m alala yousafzai was born on july 12 1997 in mingora the largest city in the swat valley in what is now the khyber pakhtunkhwa province of pakistan. The nobel prize winner joined ellen for premiere week to share her inspiring story and discuss her continuous fight for education. Founded by student and nobel laureate malala yousafzai malala fund invests in education programmes to help girls go to school and reach their full potential. Pakistani schoolgirl malala yousafzai wrote an anonymous diary about life under taliban rule in north west pakistan she was shot in the head by militants for daring to go to school in 2014 she . The nobel prize winner and the florida school children have been vilified its because the powerful want to stay in control says guardian columnist nesrine malik
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