Join global education activist, human rights campaigner and teacher Ziauddin Yousafzai and his daughter, the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Malala, for this one-off global launch event for the publication of Ziauddin’s extraordinary memoir Let Her Fly.

In this rare live appearance, Malala and Ziauddin will explore his passionate campaigning for girls’ education, their work for the Malala fund and Ziauddin’s lifelong fight for equality – proving there are many faces of feminism.

Let Her Fly is a poignant and optimistic portrait of parenthood and modern feminism, by a father determined to raise his daughter and sons in an equal world. Personal in its detail and universal in its themes, this is a landmark book from the man behind the phenomenon, and provides an essential new perspective on why we must keep fighting for the rights of girls and women everywhere.

Ziauddin & Malala Yousafzai will be in conversation with Konnie Huq, one of Britain’s most loved presenters. She was Blue Peter’s longest serving presenter from 1997-2008 and since then has gone on to present shows including The Xtra Factor, King of the Nerds and London Talking to name a few. Konnie has also co-written an episode of Black Mirror and earlier this year signed a 3 book deal for a children’s series with Piccadilly Press.




In Association with Fane Productions and Penguin.



Ticket info:

Seating is unallocated. The event will start at 7pm, with doors opening at 6pm.

Security checks will be in place and we would advise you to arrive early to allow for these.

A copy of Let Her Fly is included in the ticket price. Please collect this from the venue on the night.



Central Hall Westminster

Storey's Gate
London SW1H 9NH

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