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Nachiket Joshi

Assistant Director, Global Vision India Foundation

India

Nachiket Joshi is a young entrepreneur and political/social leader. He is Law Enforcement, Director (India) for International Human Rights Association. He is a social reformer and motivator. He is an assistant director for Global Vision India foundation, which affiliated under United Nations. He has done Masters of Information System from Sydney, Australia. He is acknowledged as youth leader. He is promoting Digital India campaign given by Prime Minister of India. He is working for equality for women, women empowerment and against the discrimination in the society. He has started awareness towards ‘organ donation’ campaign in the community. He is fiercely campaigning against forced marriages in communities. He is working for the betterment of Indian Prisoners. His social work has been awarded by Chairman of Indo- British APPG (All Parliamentary Party Group) United Kingdom, Member of Parliament, Mr. Virendra Sharma on June 2016 at UK Parliament. He was speaker at BRICS Law summit at Russia in June 2016. He had served as Convener, UK Chapter for Indian Nation Bar Association. He was involved with Hounslow Race and Equality Council which is serving for the equality rights for the ethnic minority communities in the United Kingdom. He was speaker in Regional Pravasi Bharti Divas 2015 in UK and he had spoken about “Role of social media and youth promoting Diaspora’s link with India”. He had appointed?as community school governor in London Borough of Hounslow, UK. He has served as national executive committee member for the OFBJP UK and India from 2012 to 2014. He has organised one of the largest “Run for Unity” outside India to support world largest statue for Lt. Shri Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. He was involved in historical Indian election campaign for Shri Narendra Modi in 2014 as part of OFBJP national executive committee member. He was actively engaged with the movement for Indian against corruption during 2013 and 2014. He has organised meetings for POW (Prisoners of War) in Pakistan to create internal and international political pressure to release POW as early as possible. He has supported a petition for amending the law relating to ‘rape’ in India. Nachiket Joshi has been student leader in his college days. He was student association leader in Australia and he had supported the movement against the racial attacks in Australia.”