Malala Yousufzai Received Harvard Leadership Award 2018

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Harvard Leadership Award has been awarded to Malala YousufZai, To be noted, that Malala yousufzai is a nobel Peace Prize winner.

Malala Yousufzai received her honorary award of Harvard Leadership Award 2018 also known as Gleitsman Award from the center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School.

Malala Yousufzai is a famous social activist who is honoured with the award for her global movement to help girls with 12 years for free safe education and quality life.

This Award will be given to Malala YousufZai officially on 6th of December 2018 after a grand public ceremony at Harvard Kennedy School.

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“Malala gibberish powerfully over the liveliness and application of the girls and the students who are oppressed,” said David Gergen, public professor at the Kennedy School of Harvard and alderman of the Center for Public Leadership.

He added: “Her extraordinary exhibition has inspired the pupils, and still the children, to ensure their steps and has strengthened a gestation of practitioners and mycologists who fight for regularity in their own communities.”

Gergen continued: “Alan Gleitsman, whose alms made this merit apparent, believed in uncles whose sight inspired others to conquer injustice.” “He was a fervent supporter of the vindications of the Harvard Kennedy School to exercise the architects of younger avatars of space and would be largely satisfied with today’s message,” added the professor.

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At the age of seventeen, Malala had grabbed the youngest Nobel prize winner, due to her enthusiasm for children’s rights in 2014. Yousafzai’s struggle was gratefully acknowledged universally after she survived a shotgun directly from Taliban terrorists when he returned from his academy in Swat Valley, an insecure division for the urbanity of the pupils during the episode.

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