Live from London, this lot are the eyes and ears of WHRN in the capital...
An aspiring zoologist, April is WHRN’s resident climate change activist, ready to tackle our greatest hurdle one huge leap at a time...
Our resident political blogger, Einy’s not only a journalist for WHRN but is also a member of Boris Johnson’s Peer Outreach Team!
Already an award-winning young photographer, Ayman cares deeply about international conflict, protecting the planet and the world’s poorest.
Already a journalist for LIVE magazine in south and east London, Nicky is WHRN’s most outspoken advocate of international cooperation in this century’s ‘global village’.
When he’s not studying law at LSE or reporting for WHRN, Kawsar’s writing articles for the Guardian and serving as vice-chair of the Muslim Council of Britain's Youth Committee... busy boy!
Sam sheepishly admits that he found WHRN by accident - and we’re glad he did! Passionate about global issues, Sam is interested in helping developing countries become more sustainable.
Bridget swears that long before she signed up for WHRN, her e-mail address began bridget4worldpeace - and when she’s not studying for 3 A-Levels, she’s helping the world by tackling one small conflict at a time!
Janaki became interested in development economics while doing her A-Levels. She’s now spending the first half of her gap year working for the Bank of England and is the eyes and ears of WHRN in the financial world...
Attia’s a WHRN veteran, having been a member of DFID’s first youth reporter team in early 2009. She’s already interviewed Gordon Brown and David Miliband, and we can’t wait to see who’s next... Obama, anyone?
Azaan is used to public speaking; he’s a member of the debating society at his school, and has worked for the Model United Nations too.
When she’s not studying Comparative Literature and Linguistics at uni, Vanessa’s looking to speak up for unheard voices. She set up her own magazine in 2008 and hopes to continue her journalism throughout and after university.
Alex believes strongly that the views of young people should be made clearer in the media, so WHRN is right up his street. He’s especially concerned about conflict in international relations, and recently undertook work experience with an NGO called Independent Diplomat.
Reporting from across the UK for WHRN!
One of the youngest members of the WHRN team, Sienna’s already a pioneer of Fair Trade, a part-time model for Fair Trade companies and a keen public speaker.
Originally hailing from South Africa, Rob’s chief interest lies in combating world poverty. His first short film is coming our way soon, so watch this space...
Nessa spent ten weeks working alongside farmers in Ghana last year, and is off to Bangladesh in December to help set up an education initiative for women. We’re proud and pleased to have her on board, reporting from all over the world for WHRN.
Reporting for WHRN from Scotland, Harry’s got a particular interest in instability in the Middle East. He’s a competitive debater and has plans to study journalism at university.
Samira’s 100% committed to the cause - she’s already studying International Development at university! With a great concern about global poverty, she hopes to keep working in the field after she graduates.
Lewis is already familiar with the media world, studying journalism at university and working for his uni’s local radio and TV stations. We’re looking forward to his podcasts!
Usman’s already represented young people in the UK twice, talking about children’s rights at the UN in Geneva. He’s also a member of the UK Youth Parliament, and we reckon he’s on his way to becoming a politician with real integrity!
Alisha recently visited India as part of DFID’s Global Schools Partnership programme. She’s interested in how all of the world’s biggest issues are connected, and how we can work to combat interlinked social, environmental and economical problems.
A bright young journalist in the making, Paige is especially concerned about climate change and the global environment. She’ll be keeping a close eye on Copenhagen’s conference on climate change in December 2009, and reporting all the news for WHRN.
One of three Scottish WHRN ambassadors, Lewis is studying Politics, Geography and Sociology at university. A keen follower of current affairs, Lewis has already met and interviewed Gordon Brown as part of Bebo’s Big Think.
Hailing from Northern Ireland, Denise is now based in York for university and is studying History and Politics. A keen video blogger already, Denise is passionate about human rights and fighting for those who don’t have a voice.
Having recently travelled to South Africa and Mozambique as part of a conservation initiative, Keir is particularly aware of the effects of climate change on the global environment - and lives by the ‘Think Local, Act Global’ mantra.
Earlier this year, Jennifer spent ten weeks in India. Since then, she’s published articles and blogs, and has become more passionate about raising awareness of global issues in the West.