Pak Student Winner of International Children Peace Prize
Swat, Malala Yousafzai was the first Pakistani student, who won the first International Children Peace Prize in 2018 and now another Pakistani student, Hira Akbar also won the international children peace. Hira also belongs to Swat, KPK, which is the home town of Malala. Her name was selected out of 200 students from all over the world.
Hira talked with media from her home located in Saidu Sharif, Swat and said that she would continue her struggle for the rights of the students in Swat. She added that the International Children Peace Prize motivated her to strive for the rights of the students in the province. The speaker of the Child Rights Committee parliament selected her for the award for showing her efforts for the rights of the children in Swat. Malala Yousafzai won this award in 2018, when she struggled for the rights of education in the province in 2018.
The former Russian leader and president, Mikhail Gorbachev launched this Kids Rights Foundation in 2005, which is based in Dutch and he led the Summit of the Nobel Peace laureates in Rome and Malala became the youngest Nobel Peace laureate. The worth of this award, International Children Peace Prize is 100,000 euros ($133,000) and it is invested in the projects, which are related to cause of winner.