Some young people are sowing the seeds of change in the society due to their talent and availability of various resources. Let us meet some such young leaders.
Many young people in the world are facing various difficulties for survival. At the same time, some young people are sowing the seeds of change in the society due to their talent and availability of various resources.
Malala Yousafzai: Malala Yousafzai grew up without any facilities compared to the rich children born in the first world countries. They lived in an area of Pakistan where the Taliban banned girls from getting an education. The Taliban have shot Malala Yousafzai, who became a world-renowned human rights activist at the age of 15, for speaking out for girls' right to education.With the support of the international community, they survived the assassination attempt. In 2014, at the age of 17, Malala was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Greta Thunberg: Outraged by the Swedish government's neglect of climate change, Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg began protesting in front of the Swedish parliament at the age of 15, demanding strong action on environmental issues. Thunberg's campaign, which has become an inspiration among young people, has prompted millions of schoolchildren around the world to fight for climate protection.Her speech at the UN Climate Action Summit in 2019 was hugely popular and garnered world attention. In addition, Time Magazine named Greta Thunberg the Person of the Year for 2019.
Gitanjali Rao: At just 15 years old, Gitanjali Rao was voted the best child of the year by Time magazine. This is the first time that Time Magazine has given such an honor to a child. With the help of technology, scientist Gita Jnali has found ways to solve problems related to water pollution, drug addiction and cyber attacks.Their goal is to create a global network of young people who can find solutions to the problems facing humanity.