Featuring the address by Rajan Nazran on NWAMI UK’s 4th International Integration Day and launch of Hate Crime Awareness Week on 9 October 2021
Rajan Nazran is an award-winning explorer, content producer, poet and entrepreneur and over the last 15 years has travelled to 58 countries plunging into the human experience behind identity and supporting sovereign nations. His network extends globally to heads of state, ministers, CEOs, entrepreneurs and many UHNWI/HNWI through to those on the fringes of society. He is Senior Partner of NazranRoth Ltd and Chief Explorer for the Global Indian Series which is the world’s largest living encyclopaedia of people of Indian origin.
He is also International Chairman of the Ugwumba Centre for Leadership Development in Africa, Executive Member of the Kenya Society, International Sports Director of the Corinthia Football Team of Malta and sits on the Board for the Mental Health Change Working Group of England and an active member of The Rotary Club of International Business Envoys (London). He has been endorsed by over 5 Heads of state, specialist security councils and his work has been featured in leading international media including TIME, Manager Magazine, Capital Magazine, Indian Express and the Miami Herald.
For Rajan, the important thing about his work is not so much about the fact of skin colours, but about the effects of identity politics put on them and What it’s like to be in the vulnerable state of ‘being’ as a human being.
In his thought-provoking address, Rajan Nazran was sharing with the audience his observations of 10 years of travelling to over 58 countries within the Commonwealth in search of the human experience behind identity in the world we live in today.