See 21-year-old human rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai live in Melbourne for one night only
The world’s youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner and famous equal rights and education activist, Malala Yousafzai, is coming to Melbourne to tell her story at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on December 11.
Malala began her campaign for the rights of girls to receive an education aged 11, blogging about life under the Taliban in Pakistan. She survived a murder attempt by the Taliban at just 15 years old and now, a student at Oxford University, Malala continues to fight for the education of all children, all over the world.
The talk is hosted by the Growth Faculty, which has included high-profile events with former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and tickets usually range in the hundreds. You can see and hear from Malala from $99–$395.
|Venue name:||Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre|
1 Convention Centre Pl
|Transport:||Nearby stations: Flinders Street; Southern Cross|