Mashal Aamir, a Scottish girl of Pakistani and Pashtun descent, has been awarded the Princess Diana Award 2021 for her efforts to eliminate racial and socioeconomic barriers and promote inclusivity.
The award honors those who have demonstrated a strong commitment to humanitarian concerns.
Mashal has been a social worker and an activist since her youth days.
During a virtual ceremony attended by Prince Harry, the Diana Award was given to Mashal Aamir in recognition of her dedication to the betterment of humanity.
She is one of over 300 deserving youngsters and teenagers who have received this distinguished award for their humanitarian work.
Mashal is widely considered as one of Scotland’s 30 most persuasive youths.
She has previously aided the “Glasgow Development Office” in generating funding for financial assistance for low-income kids entering education, and also tutoring students who need extra help as they plan to attend university.
According to Pakistani sources, after the terrorist attack on December 16, 2014, Mashal Aamir also made a significant contribution to the betterment of kids at APS Peshawar.
Mashal’s goal is to provide financial empowerment to women living along the Pakistan-Afghanistan line, allowing them to become more independent.
As Mashal prepares to become a lawyer, she continues to empower underrepresented voices through her writing.
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