OSLO  - Malala Yousufzai, the youngest Nobel Prize winner, has donated to the Nobel Peace Centre the blood-stained school uniform she was wearing the day she was attacked by Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in the Mingora town of Swat valley in October 2012.

According to a Press release issued by the Nobel Peace Centre, the uniform will be displayed at the Nobel Peace Prize exhibition 2014 in Oslo, Norway.

Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai were announced as the winners of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize for their struggle against the oppression of children and young people, and for the right of all children to education. The Nobel Peace award will be conferred upon them on December 10.

Meanwhile,  Malala who will be the star of the annual Nobel extravaganza, also featuring Frenchman Patrick Modiano with the literature prize and his compatriot Jean Tirole with the economics award.

But visitors to the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo can catch a reminder of the very different circumstances that led to Malala’s rise in the international spotlight.

“My school uniform is very important to me.... The day I was attacked I was wearing this uniform. I was

fighting for my right to go to school,” she said in a statement as the uniform was handed over to the centre.

“Wearing a uniform made me feel that yes, I am a student,” she said about the uniform. “It is an important part of my life. Now I want to show it to children, to people all around the world. This is my right, it is the right of every child, to go to school.”

“Though I will be one girl receiving this award, I know I am not a lone voice,” Malala said in a statement on Monday.