Name: Siddhant Bhatnagar
Location: Liverpool, England
Role: Writer/Journalist Intern

Fundraising Goal: £450

How did you get interested in global issues?
My interest in journalism got me engaged with global issues. As a journalist, I believe it is my duty to cover global issues and inspire change, where necessary.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
I believe that everyone can make a difference in their own way. However, I am in a great position, as a journalist, to inspire positive change and bring light to important issues such as global poverty and hunger. Hopefully, by showcasing some of the problems faced by the world’s most poor, and the solutions in place to help them, I can make a difference too through The Borgen Project.

Any interesting tidbits to share?
I do Japanese Jiu Jitsu in my spare time.

My Compassion/Humility List
I will do the following for any friends and family who donate in my honor.

  • For every £100 raised, I will film myself being thrown using a unique Jiu Jitsu technique on the mat.


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“Having made tremendous strides on behalf of impoverished families throughout the world, I applaud The Borgen Project for its tireless commitment to ending global poverty. Through strategic advocacy and public education, you are helping to shape U.S. policy for the betterment of mankind. We are proud to be home to visionary groups like The Borgen Project. You represent the best of who we are as a state and as a people – insightful thinkers, proactive leaders and inspiring problem-solvers, who are committed to redefining what is possible and, ultimately, to changing the world.”

– Gov. Jay Inslee (WA)





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