A Quebec instruction priest is being reprimanded for posting a photograph with training campaigner Malala Yousafzai.

The Nobel Peace Prize victor, who wears a headscarf, would not have the option to instruct in the Canadian area.

Quebec as of late passed a disputable law notwithstanding some government employees, including educators, from wearing religious images at work.

Jean-François Roberge said he examined access to training and worldwide improvement with Ms Yousafzai.

She was shot in the head by Taliban activists in 2012 for challenging to go to class and has since been perceived globally for her work battling for young ladies’ training.

Is it OK for government workers to wear religious images?

Profile: Malala Yousafzai

In June, Quebec passed secularism enactment that forestalls government workers in places of “specialist” from wearing images like, for example, the kippah, turban or hijab while at work.

The Coalition Avenir Quebec’s (CAQ) charge spreads judges, cops, instructors and some other open figures.

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