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Two students shot alongside Malala Yousafzai describe their campaign to ensure all girls who have access to education.
Whilst studying at Oxford, the Nobel Peace Prize winner has just written a book called "We Are Displaced".
The National Portrait Gallery has unveiled a portrait of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.
In 2012, Ms Yousafzai was shot in the head, neck and shoulder by a Taliban fighter while travelling home from school after writing an anonymous diary about life under the extremists.
After recovering from her near-fatal injuries, she and her family relocated to Birmingham.
In August 2017 she accepted a place to study at Lady Margaret Hall in Oxford studying politics, philosophy, and economics.
A photograph of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will be unveiled at Birmingham Museums.
The picture is part of 50 portraits from a new collection by the National Portrait Gallery which will go to places across the UK they are closely associated with.
Iranian-born artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat took the photograph which shows the 21-year-old seated at a school desk with an open book.
Yousafzai was shot in 2012 by Taliban militants who tried to kill her for promoting girls' education.
She was treated in hospital in Birmingham after the shooting and then went to school in the city.
Pupils at a primary school have set-up an after-school club to raise awareness of gender inequality.