Pakistan is bestowed with brainy intellectuals who can make the nation proud and gratified on the international spectrum. The award is surveying that makes out those who validate an unswerving and sustained commitment to the advancement of humanitarian causes. Ever since she was a cute little girl, she has been active in environmental and equality activism. Pakistan is Proud of Mashal Aamir For Receiving the Princess Diana Award for Humanitarian work.
According to the newsflash,
“Mashal practices law by profession. She emphasizes giving equal attention to sidelined voices, especially those of ethnic minorities and vulnerable children. The Royal Society of Arts, UK elected Aamir recently. It is proudly given to people who make outstanding contributions to social progress and development.”
Mashal Amir worked for several international aids
She worked for South Korea, the United States, Pakistan, and The Hague, including the International Criminal Court and the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Legal Aid USA, and Citizens Advice Scotland, Aamir was awarded a scholarship for her commitment to the field of criminal justice. She has been chosen as one of 30 Under-30 Inspiring Scottish Women and 100 Notable Women in Law.
Aamir completed her high school education in Islamabad and Peshawar. Moreover, she took her law studies at Cambridge, Glasgow, and the University of North Carolina. In addition to this, she continued further studies at The Hague Academy and Radboud University Nijmegen. Her father is a physician, Prof Dr. Aamir Ghafoor Khan.
Pakistan is Proud of Mashal Aamir For Receiving the Princess Diana Award for Humanitarian work
Aamir made it to the list of 300 people from around the world to receive the Lady Diana Award.
She spelled out humbly,
“I received the award for my many years of charity work. This ranges from ICC in The Hague, America, South Korea, and Pakistan. I help Pashto speaking community with the support of my family and varied organizations that I have been involved with to bring about positive impact,”
In Pakistan, Mashal’s altruistic works are also marvelous
“Mashal’s efforts are for the betterment of the children of Army Public School, Peshawar, after the harrowing terrorist attack on December 16, 2014. Moreover, she also served women at the Pak-Afghan border.”
Almost two decades have gone by since the Princess of Wales, Diana passed away. Even after her death, the princess continues to reassure positive transformation in the lives of many young people across the globe. One of these young people includes Raina Khan, who received ‘The Diana Award’ for her humanitarian efforts. Another talented Pakistani woman to win the Diana Award 2020 is Nabila Abbas from a remote area of Pakistan.
Say waoo to these brilliant young ladies!