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Malala defied the terrorists who shot her in the head in an attempt to silence her, and at the age of 15 became a powerful global voice demanding education for girls.

 

Cissy Adamou has been through more traumatic experiences in her 15 years than most people face in a lifetime.

 

Terminally ill Alice Pyne’s emotional blog, along with her motto: “One life…live it!” has touched millions of hearts around the world.

 

Brave Ramona had a split second to make a life or death decision as an out of control car hurtled towards her and little sister Trixie.

 

Life changed in a split second for McAyla Johnston when she was hit by a car at a busy crossroads. She was left with critical injuries, and the doctors treating her were convinced she would never walk or talk again.

The bravery of Danielle Bailey is simply inspirational. Despite losing her hands and legs to meningitis, she refuses to let her disability hold her back from becoming a gold medal swimmer and future Paralympian.

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