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Mr. Madan Rai

Mr Madan Rai is a young right activist from Nepal. He is a media entrepreneur, Researcher, Journalist and Lecturer of mass communication and journalism. He is an M.Phil. in Journalism and Bachelor in law. He serves as the President of United Nations Youth and Student Association Nepal. He works as an Editor-in-chief at The Youth Times. He is a former delegate from Nepal in “United Nations forum on Human rights, Rule of Law and Democracy” at United Nations, Geneva office. He represented Nepali Youth at “WFUNA Youth Seminar: Kuala Lumpur” as a delegate. Rai had worked a DPI Officer of WFUNA International MUN-2017 and had worked as Photographer for the same conference in 2015. He is a proactive and dynamic youth activist who took leadership of UNYSAN’s Earthquake Relief Campaign-2015.

He has successfully accomplished his tenure as a Secretary-General of UNYSAN 2014-2018. Mr Rai had worked as a lecturer of Journalism and Research at NIMS College & Pentagon Int College. And also as an Editor of enewspark.com; a news portal, the Media Icon Magazine; a magazine from Nepal, the Shikhar Post Magazine and freelance in Nepali Times Australia and had worked as Reporter, Reporter cum Photographer, and Senior Reporter cum Photographer in Aajako Aawaj Media since 2006 to 2011 AD. He worked as IP (International Press) cum photographer in EIMUN-2015 (Everest International Model United Nations). He has experience of theatre workshop organized by National School of Drama (NSD), RJ at Star Fm and Classic Fm. He has written the narration of a documentary “Soljee”, street drama scripts for SOYA (Society of youth activities). He worked as a volunteer at SOYA, and Youth Initiative. He has conducted many media research and written many articles for print and broadcast media. He is a top ten finalist of a national talent hunt Youth Icon-2011, Mr Campion-2008, won consolation prize in the on-the-spot photo competition and exhibition organized by  WWF, finalist of Ideal RJ-2007.

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