Name: Haya Chaudhri
Location: London, England
Role: Political Affairs Team member

Fundraising Goal: $500

How did you get interested in global issues?
Global issues have always been highly important to me, and I think that a large part of that is the fact that I have quite a global family. Having so many family members spread internationally does give me the chance to learn and educate myself on the political affairs of other nations, often with first-hand accounts of the events that have unfolded. Additionally, the last decade or so has seen huge issues and changes come to the surface and it’s honestly been difficult to not become interested, especially since millions, if not billions, of people have been so affected and articles etc. have become so accessible.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
Throughout my life, I’ve been incredibly lucky to have been in a position where I’ve had access to multiple opportunities to develop my interests and fulfil my passions. I’ve been privileged enough to be able to seize these opportunities and have a plethora of support behind me as I do so. It is through this privilege that the lack of equality, justice and liberty in the world has been illuminated, and I truly believe that it is right for me to utilise the position that I am in to fight this. Life is perhaps the most unfair thing of them all, but maybe – hopefully – I can help make it a little more so.


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