Malala's first success in her fight against the Talibans (2009)
Malala being shot (2011-2012)
In 2009 the Talibans ban girls from going to school after 15 years of age, January onwards. Meanwhile Malala writes the BBC Urdu blog and some article secretly under the name of Gul Makai. Malala also goes to speak in a radio show called Capital Talk 18th February onwards to speak against the Taliban banning women's right to education.
Malala Receives an Award (2011)
After listening to Gul Makai's views the women their fought for their education. Later in February the Talibans declared that the girls/women could go to school if they wore 'Burqas.' Malala was really happy to hear that.
Malala's FIRST SPEECH IN THE UN General Assembly (2013)
United Nations General Assembly 2013
After Malala received the Pakistan’s first National Peace Award for Youth from Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in 2011. In 2012 Malala's identity was exposed and she became Taliban's target. Not much later on the 9th of October, while Malala and her friends were returning from school in a bus, Taliban tried killing Malala by firing 4 shots them and Malala got 2 of them.
Malala meets the Queen (2013)
14-year-old Malala is nominated by South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu for the International Children's Peace Prize of KidsRights Foundation. Not only that but the Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, awarded Malala Pakistan’s first National Peace Award for Youth.
On 12 July 2013, Malala’s 16th birthday, she addresses the United Nations General Assembly. It is her first public speech since the shooting, in which she stresses the importance of free universal education.
Malala Meets Queen Elizabeth II, speaks at Harvard University, meets President Obama. She is also nominated again for the Nobel Peace Prize. Her autobiography is published, titled: I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban.