Watch Malala's new speech to world leaders in Norway
Last year Malala received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo. Now she's back in town.
Last year, Malala Yousafzai headed to Oslo, Norway, to accept the Nobel Peace Prize for her tireless work promoting the right of children worldwide to an education. She's inspired millions of people to speak out, and as the youngest Nobel laureate in history, she wasn't even 18 years old.
During the past year, Malala has continued to travel the world, challenging the world's leaders and education ministers to do more, do it faster, and do it better. This week, Malala returned to Oslo, because the city was hosting an event called the Oslo Summit, which brought together national leaders, the head of the United Nations, and a range of experts and guests. The topic on the agenda was global education, and Malala's speech to the Summit was fantastic. Watch it above!
Here are some highlights from the speech, to whet your appetite:
Very important ideas from a very important young woman. Here on Global Citizen, we'll be covering next week's funding conference in Ethiopia, so check in to get news and updates as they happen.