2014年のノーベル平和賞（Nobel Peace Prize）受賞が決まりましたね。
Malala’s Nobel Peace Prize Speech in UK
以下、スピーチの抜粋です。(October 2014 in England)
"It does not matter what the color of your skin is, what language you speak, what religion you believe in. It is that we should all consider each other as human beings and we should respect each other. And we should all fight for our rights, for the rights of children, for the rights of women and for the rights of every human being."
"I have received this award, but this is not the end. This is not the end. This is not the end of this campaign which I have started. I think this is really the beginning. And I want to see every child going to school. There are still 57 million children who have not received education, who are still out of the primary schools."
"I had really two options. One was not to speak and wait to be killed. And the second one was to speak up and then be killed. And I chose the second one because at that time there was terrorism, women were not allowed to go outside of their houses, girls' education was totally banned, and people were killed. At that time, I needed to raise my voice because I wanted to go back to school. I was also one of those girls who could not get education. I wanted to learn. I wanted to learn and be who I can be in my future."
It does not matter = 構わない、問題ではない
human beings = 人間
respect each other = 互いに尊敬しあう
rights = 権利
primary school = 小学校
speak up, raise my voice = 声を上げる
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