Director General of U.k. affairs
Viv Tiwari | Queen Elizabeth Boys' School
As the Director-General, Viv's focus lies on superintending the operations of JLC UK. As a firm believer in equal opportunities, Viv hopes to educate others about the dangers of human rights violations and implement change in the mindset of the youth. Human rights is a universal issue that should never be taken lightly, and through various programs and activities that JLC UK will embark on, the communities who are at risk will benefit the most. Through different means of communication, Viv hopes to recruit and develop the JLC UK members list, with the mission of empowering the refugees and migrants who need to be heard. As JLC UK continues to expand and grow, Viv will ensure a professional manner is sustained, while cultivating confidence and efficiency throughout the team. Outside of JLC, Viv is the Founder of his own student-run blog and his interests lie in history, economics, public speaking and a wide range of sports.
deputy director general (internal affairs)
Vihaan Jain | Queen Elizabeth Boys' School
Vihaan is the Deputy Director General of Internal Affairs at the Justice Leader’s Council UK. He hopes to help steer the organisation to a position where JLC can have a positive impact on various human rights issues by providing structure and support for the Executive Committee and helping to coordinate JLC’s key events and initiatives. As a strong supporter of human rights advocacy, Vihaan is looking forward to the opportunity to work in a student-led team to create meaningful social change.
Outside of his role within JLC, Vihaan’s interests include economics, politics, history and international relations. He hopes to pursue further education in economics.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL (External AFFAIRS)
Kritik Pant | Queen Elizabeth Boys' School
Kritik is the Deputy Director General of External Affairs. He hopes that in his role at JLC, he is able to launch initiatives by networking with other charities and setting up workshops and events as well as supporting the Executive Committee in other areas to provide opportunities to all. As a strong proponent of human rights, Kritik hopes to work in a student-led organisation to help under-privileged children and create change. Outside of his role within JLC, Kritik’s interests involve economics, computing and politics. He hopes to study computer science and economics further.
head of media
Shadman Rahman | Queen Elizabeth Boys' School
Shadman is the head of media at the Justice Leader’s council UK. In an age of fast technological development, he aspires to spread much needed awareness on various human rights issues supported by the Justice Leader’s council across numerous online mediums. Social media paves the way for more inquisitive minds to find unique organisations such as JLC and really make a difference. Shadman’s roles include working to develop robust, integrated social media strategies that drive engagement and advocacy for events organised by the student led party, as well as this he is expected to maximise exposure to other potential members online. Aside from his position at JLC, Shadman’s interests lie in the field of philosophy – particularly theology; politics – especially international affairs and economics – mainly economic principals and issues. He hopes to follow his passion for law and thus study it in higher education.
Sultan Khokar | Queen Elizabeth Boys' School
Sultan is the Operations Manager at the Justice Leader's Council UK. Through utilising this position to its fullest, he endeavours to allow people from any and all backgrounds to access engaging, informative and impactful resources and workshops to widen their understanding and awareness about various human rights issues. Being someone with a passion for justice, Sultan is optimistic that through the JLC and his role in it he will be able to effect real, measurable change and truly help the most helpless of our world. Beyond his commitment to his role in the JLC, Sultan has a diverse range of interests, including history, literature, law and languages (both classical and modern), with a particular enthusiasm for early and late modern period European history.