Continuing her journey as an international education advocate, Malala Yousafzai joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how to inspire children around the world to fight for education. Continue reading
Seventeen-year-old education activist and Pakistani native Malala Yousafzai says now is not the right time for anti-government protests in her home country, adding that the current government should be allowed to complete a five-year term to accomplish its big goals.
The two girls who were sitting on either side of education advocate Malala Yousafzai, when a Taliban gunman boarded their school bus in 2012 and tried to kill her, are now working side-by-side with her again to tout an equal education for all girls and boys. Continue reading
March is Women’s History Month and this week during #NewsHourChats we will discuss the contributions of women both past and present and the glass ceilings still left to break. Continue reading
Pakistani student Malala Yousafzai, 16, rose to international fame when she was shot in the head last October for speaking out against the Taliban’s ban on girl’s education. Malala made a remarkable recovery, becoming the youngest nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize. Margaret Warner talks to Yousafzai about her mission. Continue reading
NEW YORK — Even though Malala Yousafzai, the young education activist who was shot by a member of the Taliban, started out as a blogger for the BBC, she normally doesn’t tweet. But Monday afternoon, she typed her first 140-character message in a Twitter chat for her organization, the @MalalaFund. Continue reading