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Samir Jahan

Samir Jahan

Samir Jahan

My name is Samir Jahan. I'm 18 and I've been campaigning for Save The Children since the 2010 General Election. So far I've met representatives of the global children's panel, participated in a hand-in at Number 10 and met Nick Clegg as part of the 'Poverty Kills Childhood' and 'Press for Change' campaigns. As a young person, the work done by Save The Children reminds me that many children around the world lack the advantages and rights that I have had. As a result, I think the work done by Save The Children is imperative and invaluable.