The woman who stole the limelight in 2014 is actually barely one. Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai gave Pakistan much-needed joy and optimism by being the co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. She is also the youngest Nobel Laureate for peace.
Malala has become a role model for millions of girls – and not only in Pakistan. By demonstrating a generosity of spirit and clarity of thought, she has shown that the Nobel Prize – and the countless prestigious others given to her earlier – has not gone to her head. Continue reading