“We are Displaced” Malala YousafZai Upcoming Book On Refugees

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“We are Displaced” Malala YousafZai Upcoming Book On Refugees

“We are Displaced” Malala YousafZai Upcoming Book On Refugees: Nobel prize winner and a student at Oxford University Malala Yousafzai has announced this week that she will release another book in the end of this year. Title of the book is “We Are Displaced” and it will tell the stories of female refugees. Malala will share about her own experiences as a refugee, as well as those of other women and girls she has met in person while visiting refugee camps in the recent years.

In the current refugee crisis what is loss is the humanity behind the statistics, Malala stating as per the Bookseller. She said that we hear about millions of refugees, hundreds of migrants trapped on a boat or in a truck, but it’s only when a truly shocking image appears in the news that people consider what’s really going on. It is like to leave your home and everything you know. I know the stories of so many people who have had to do the same. I hope that by sharing the stories of those I have met in the last few years I can help others understand what’s up-to-the-minute and have sympathy for the millions of people displaced by conflict.

“We are Displaced” Malala YousafZai Upcoming Book On Refugees
“We are Displaced” Malala YousafZai Upcoming Book On Refugees

Malala is already a best-selling author. After being targeted by the Taliban while coming home from school in 2012 and then becoming an aggressive advocate for girls education, she shared her story in 2013’s “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban”. And just last year, shortly after starting at Oxford, the Pakistan-born activist released a children’s picture book called “Malala’s Magic Pencil”.

We Are Displaced is hoped to be released worldwide on September 4 and is already available for preorder on Amazon. All of Malala’s proceeds from the book’s sales will go to the Malala Fund, the nonprofit organization she and her father co-founded in 2013 to upsurge access to education for girls around the world.

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