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Muniba Mazari Baloch – the Iron Lady of Pakistan . She is famously known as the Pakistani activist and also an famous anchor artist, model, singer and motivational speaker. She was born 3 March 1987. She became the National Ambassador for Un Women Pakistan soon after being shortlisted for the 100 inspirational women of 2015 by BBC. She was also a one who made it into Forbes 30 under 30 list for 2016. “I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, and working towards gender equality, making it a lived reality. We need to educate both men and women if we want to eliminate gender-based discrimination, and for this we have to work together as one,” was Ms. Mazari’s word during the event.
When she was 21 years old, Ms. Mazari was left bound to a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury following a car accident. In order to distract herself while laying in a hospital bed with a broken body, half-paralyzed and barely able to move her hands, Ms. Mazari began to paint. She said that it was painting that kept her alive. She considers her pain “beautiful” since it allows her to connect with others also in pain , despite the immense pain she has endured because of the accident . Ms. Mazari’s life-changing experience has turned her into an activist, encouraging women and girls that have experienced discrimination or violence to not fear or fight the pain.
Ms. Mazari also supports the well-being of under-privileged children and their education. She has spoken out across Pakistan on important issues including gender inequalities and discrimination. Her speech contained a message of hope, urging people not to give up on life. Her appeal transcends to different generations and represents the voice of women, men, girls and boys across Pakistan on important issues of gender inequality and discrimination.