Malala's blood stained uniform goes on display at an exhibition

Tuesday 09th December 2014 11:27 EST

The blood stained uniform worn by Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai when she was shot by Taliban gunmen iat Swat valley in 2012 has gone on display in the Norwegian capital Oslo.

The blue and white uniform, with dark crimson blood patches, was made part of the Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition at the Nobel Peace Centre earlier this year after a request by Malala.

Malala, along with Indian education campaigner Kailash Satyarthi, were awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. The two laureates will inaugurate this eight-week long Nobel Peace Prize exhibition on Thursday.

Malala who now lives in Birmingham, issued a statement, in which she reportedly said: “My school uniform is very important to me because when I was going to school I would wear it. The day I was attacked, I was wearing this uniform.

“I was fighting for my right to go to school, I was fighting for my right to get education.

“Wearing a uniform made me feel that yes, I am a student, I am doing it, practically.  It is an important part of my life, now I want to show it to children, to people all around the world.

“This is my right, it is the  

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