I was born in in Zimbabwe in 1979. I came to the United Kingdom at age 18, after rioting and violence escalated in my home city of Harare. I have worked as a digital campaigner for a number of years now helping design campaigns such as; Move your Money and grass roots intuitive for ethical banking. A day without news and more recently CALM. The Campaign Against living Miserably a suicide prevention charity aimed at men. I donate my own time and money helping each organisation I have volunteered for. I moved to the UK because I wanted to live in a society that respected and appreciated all people. A place where all people have equal rights under the law. Creating harmony midst diversity is a fundamental issue of the twenty-first century. While celebrating the unique characteristics of different peoples and cultures, we have to create solidarity on the level of our common humanity, our common life. Without such solidarity, there will be no future for the human race. Diversity should not beget conflict in the world, but richness. I believe this with all my being.