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Malala Yousafzai was recently featured on Harper Bazar’s list of 150 most influential women in the UK. The list was issued to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the magazine.
— Harper’s Bazaar UK (@BazaarUK) November 16, 2017
It has the names of notable women from different fields. From the fields of fashion, science, arts, and finance, all the women in the list are the emblem of “forward-thinking, high-achieving and an inspirational role model to women everywhere.”
The most prominent ladies in the list are Kate Middleton-Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Winslet, Adele Adkins, Salma Hayek, Emma Thompson and Victoria Beckham. The young noble laureate Malala Yousafzai has joined the likes of Amal Clooney, Emma Watson, and J.K Rowling. She was featured in the category of “Opinion Former”.
Malala Yousafzai currently enrolled at Oxford University and is pursuing her degree in Politics, Economics and Philosopy.
She is honored on the list for her relentless efforts to promote female education in Pakistan and throughout the world. The magazine lauded her efforts to open a school for refugee girls in Lebanon.
The 20-year old has made some remarkable strides in her life this year. 2017 marks the beginning of her further education journey at one the world’s best academic institutes.
She is currently enrolled at Oxford University and is pursuing her degree in Politics, Economics and Philosophy.
The young activist also raised awareness through her powerful speeches at the UN Summit held in the USA this year.
In the Summit she actively met all the world leaders and urged them to prioritize female education.
Malala Yousafzai has featured in the list of Harper Bazar’s 150 Visionary Women.The list was issued to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the magazine.
She recently shared her first-day pictures at the Oxford University on her social media account. In her tweet, she posted the pictures of her laptop, textbook and a pencil. Her tweet also had some powerful messages for her detractors. She said that five years ago, she was shot in an attempt to sabotage her journey towards attaining education, by Taliban militants. Now, after five years to the day, she is attending her first lectures at the University of Oxford.