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1 Have you always been so fearless and calm ?
I think it is part of human nature to be scared and to feel fear. When i was in swat valley there were times when i was scared. I was scared to go school , but what kept me going was courage that came to me because if the way my father inspired me, speaking out for women's rights and girl's education.
2 What is your favourite journey ?
When I travel to a country and I know that being there will raise awareness of the issues girls who live there are facing.
3 What do you consider the most overrated virtue?
Perfection. Happiness doesn't mean having fun every day.
4 Who are your heroes in real life?
Martin Luther King Jr., Benazir Bhutto, Bacha Khan, Gandhi are my teachers and real heroes for me.
5 To what degree have you been able to have a normal college experience? Is that something that you've struggled with, or that you find frustrating?
In the beginning, I was quite nervous about how I would adjust to this new environment, but now everybody has welcomed me as a student, and I've made amazing, good friends. When I go to university, I feel just like a student. I think it just reminds you that you are still twenty, twenty-one, and you are still a student. It's a good time.
6 Do you feel that people treat you as a normal person?
I think that now I have become their friend. So I do feel that, yeah. But, oftentimes, if you are at the airport or somewhere in the market, then people will sometimes stop you and ask for a photo or ask you to sign something.
7 What can men do to help achieve education for girls?
Well I think men have to do a lot. My father is an inspiration because his five sisters could not go to school. So, he decided he would allow his own daughter to go to school, to get her education, and then to raise her voice.
8 What would you tell a young to inspire her to keep rising like you?
Believe in your voice, believe in yourself, and always follow your dreams. Because especially young girls, they dream big but as they grow older they start underestimating themselves, they do not believe in themselves, they don't dream big. So I would ask all young girls to dream big, as big as you can, and just follow your dreams and you can do anything.
9 What within you gives you that power?
Going through all these situations in my life, I've learnt that, now surviving that attack, this life is for a purpose and that is for the education of children. It's only 70, 80 years that we live, and why not live it for a good purpose? Why not live it for a service that can help humanity, that can help the world. So I want to help as many girls as I can, to make sure they get quality education and achieve their dreams.
10 What impact has winning the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize had upon your life?
Winning the Prize is such a precious award and I was not expecting it at all. It was such a surprise to win that at the age of 17, when I was still a child. I felt very honoured as a child receiving the award for standing up for children's rights and education, receiving the award along with Kailash Satyarthi, who has done so much for children's rights. It gave me strength and more courage to continue the fight.