Malala Day

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Women’s rights are a huge topic all over the world. Even in these modern times, some cultures still undermine the importance of women. However, it does not stop brave ladies from fighting for their rights like in education. Despite the threats, they will not back down. Such a lady is in the personality of Malala Yousafzai. And because of her bravery, the United Nations honored her by proclaiming the holiday Malala Day.

Malala Day

What is Malala Day? 

Malala Day is in honor of Malala Yousafzai. She is a young Pakistani who highly values education. Due to the influence of the Taliban, women are deprived of access to schools. But this did not stop Malala from pursuing higher education. At a very young age, she became an activist for women’s right to education. Her plight was not easy, there were many threats. However, she never backed down and fought not only for herself but for the other ladies in her country.

Malala was shot and suffered gravely for her bravery. However, instead of giving in to fear, the young lady continued her advocacy. At a young age, she is an awardee of the Nobel Peace Prize, International Children’s Prize, Mother Teresa Award for Social Justice, Simone de Beauvoir Prize, Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, Peter Gomes Humanitarian Award, Anna Politkovskaya Award, and International Prize for Equality and Non-Discrimination. She also holds the record of being one of the youngest UN Messenger of Peace appointees. She is also the founder of the Malala Fund, a non-profit organization that supports the education of young girls all over the world.

The History of Malala Day

After being attacked on October 9, 2012, Malala Yousafzai took refuge in a military hospital in Peshawar and in the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology in Rawalpindi. Until finally being treated in Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The Pakistani government shouldered all the expenses. After her recovery, on July 12, 2013, she gave a speech at the United Nations headquarters about the importance of gender equality in accessing education. Right after her spiel on her 16th birthday Malala Yousafzai was honored with Malala Day.

When is Malala Day? 

Malala day is celebrated internationally every July 12 of the calendar year. This is about Malala Yousafzai’s birthday, which is July 12, 1997. The first celebration was held on July 12, 2013, when it was declared by the United Nations.

How is Malala Day Celebrated? 

You can celebrate Malala Day by donating to the Malala Fund. Your donation will help many young girls to access education. You can also get a copy of Malala’s autobiography, “I Am Malala,” which will inspire you to fight for women’s rights. You can also organize an event that promotes gender equality and forward educational materials about it. And if you have the means, arrange a meeting with young women in your community and encourage them by sharing Malala’s story.

5 Ways To Celebrate Malala Day

  1. Give a donation to a charity supporting girls’ education.
  2. Write a letter to your child’s school explaining why she or he is important and why it is important to support girls’ education.
  3. Join an event or rally in support of Malala Day.
  4. Attend a girls’ school or daycare for a day and talk to the kids about Malala Day and the importance of girls’ education.
  5. Write an article or blog post about the importance of girls’ education and Malala Day, and share it on social media or with friends.

Why We Love Malala Day 

Malala Day is loved because it is an inspirational holiday. It is proof that gender, race, and age are not a hindrance to make difference. It shows that there are equal opportunities for all despite the challenges that try to oppress them.

Top 5 Things We Love About Malala Day

  1. Malala Day is an opportunity to celebrate the success and bravery of one of the world’s most inspiring young women.
  2. Malala’s story shows that no matter how hard things may seem, there is always hope and possibility for change.
  3. Malala Day is a reminder that every child has the power to make a difference in the world, and that we must all work together to create a more inclusive and equitable society for all.
  4. Malala Day is an opportunity to reflect on the countless children around the world who are still facing barriers to education, and to pledge our support to them in

Conclusion

Malala Day marks the inspiring story of a young woman whose bravery managed to shake the world by storm. It has brought awareness to how policies and opportunities should be designed to benefit both genders. It is also a time to celebrate the triumph of women who, despite the odds managed to survive and continued their advocacies for equal rights.