WATCH | Malala Yousafzai and Apple’s CEO Tim Cook talk about activism and girls’ education

Nobel Prize winner and activist Malala Yousafzai has been featured on the ‘digital cover of British Vogue‘ with CEO of Apple, Tim Cook.

Previously, she was also featured on British Vogue’s magazine cover. The publication also uploaded a clip in which Malala is having a conversation with Tim Cook.

The publication wrote that the two have been friends for some time now. In the video, they discuss everything, from social change to personal passions.

Cook and Malala first met in Oxford University. He said that he knew that she studied there, and was going there to introduce an ‘incubator’, and he reached out to ask her if she would want to meet.

“I remember walking away from our meeting thinking just wow, you’re amazing”, the CEO added. He said that he appreciates her focus on women’s education.

Yousafzai also spoke up about girls education. She said that with Malala Fund, she hopes to create a world where all girls can get quality education.

She added that research by Malala Fund has shown that 20 million more girls are at risk of losing education due to the pandemic. The reason behind this is because they are in their homes, and have to do house chores and family work.

The activist also pointed out that girls are also sometimes pushed in child marriages, and they aren’t allowed to return to school. The challenge that arises here is to ensure that education is inclusive.

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