Malala Yousafzai has been speaking out against restricting girls’ access to education ever since she was a young girl growing up in northwest Pakistan—efforts for which the Taliban attempted to assassinate her in 2012.

She survived the attack and founded the Malala Fund, which continues to work “to secure girls access to a minimum of 12 years of quality education, and become the youngest person ever to hold the title of UN Messenger of Peace,” reports Broadly.

Recently, Yousafzai sat down to discuss her recent work with the world’s refugees and Girl Power Trip, a global tour focusing on girls who are changing their communities around the world. She also shared with the Broadly staff what she would say to President Trump about the current refugee crisis.

Read more at Broadly


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