Malala against the Talibans for the first time (2008)
How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?
On 10 October, Malala wins the Nobel Peace Prize, shared with Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian children's rights activist. She becomes the youngest Nobel laureate and the only Pakistani winner of the Peace Prize.
Malala's 18th Birthday (2015)
Malala was born on 12 July 1997 in Afghanistan. When she was born her father had asked his friends to throw dried fruits, coins and sweets in her cradle, this was something they only do for boys in Afghanistan.
'HE NAMED ME MALALA' (2015)
HE NAMED ME MALALA
In 2008, at the age of 11 Malala gave her first speech called "How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?" to a press club in Peshawar. This was the first time she went against the Talibans.
I AM MALALA (2013)
On her 18th Birthday, Malala opened a school for Syrian refugees in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley. At the same time Malala is also happy to know that the Afghani and Pakistani government admits that 8/10 Taliban members who are suspected to attempt to assassinate Malala had been proven not guilty, and promises to punish them.
Later in November a movie called 'He name me Malala' is released in the USA and UK, which is the story of Malala's Father on her. This was very important for Malala as her father was her biggest inspiration.
In 2013 Malala's AUTOBIOGRAPHY is published in October. This is one of the MOST important events in Malala's life because usually people write their autobiographiesalmost at the end of their lives, whereas she is publishing it at the age of 16 years, and anyways anyone's autobiography is very special and important for them.