Guest Info

Ravi Singh is an award-winning humanitarian who was recently nominated for the Noble Peace Prize. His charity Khalsa Aid travelled to Iraq to assist Yezidi women facing certain death from ISIS.

He is the CEO of the charity Khalsa Aid. Khalsa Aid provides aid and disaster relief worldwide and is one of the world’s most famous organisations. Ravi and his team have consistently campaigned for justice for everyone; whether supporting victims of natural disasters or civil conflicts, their volunteers have always been on hand to provide aid, including for the Yezidi women held in ISIS captivity in Iraq, the Grenfell Tower Fire in the UK and the Indonesian Tsunami. Most recently, they supported and provided for the thousands of farmers protesting in India.

About the Show

In this highly anticipated podcast, Rajan Nazran remains in the UK to engage in a captivating conversation with Ravi Singh, an exceptional humanitarian and CEO of the esteemed charity Khalsa Aid. Notably, Singh’s remarkable contributions have earned him a recent nomination for the revered Nobel Peace Prize.

Throughout this enlightening episode, Singh fearlessly addresses the misconceptions surrounding his persona and sheds light on the arduous nature of his work, inviting listeners to truly comprehend the challenges he faces. He passionately recounts his experiences providing aid in Syria, dispelling the prevalent misconception that the country is solely a hotbed of terrorism. Singh boldly confronts right-wing media outlets, condemning their role as purveyors of hate and labelling them as agents of misinformation.

Drawing from his journey, Singh critiques governments that categorise individuals like him as anti-Indian due to ideological differences. He delves into the intricacies of the farmers’ protest against the controversial farmer bill, exposing the unjust labels of separatists, Khalistanis, and even terrorists—labels unfairly thrust upon the protesters. He further examines the influence of social media and global media outlets in portraying the truth behind the protests.

The podcast culminates with a discussion of the 1984 riots, which hold immense significance for Singh and serve as a defining moment in his life. This powerful conversation delves into farmers’ rights, personal identity, and governmental policies.

Prepare to be captivated by this thought-provoking and eye-opening podcast as Ravi Singh fearlessly unpacks the complexities of society, challenges misconceptions, and advocates for a more compassionate world.

Produced by Global Indian Series for the Global Indian Network.
Script by Rajan Nazran
original idea: Rajan Nazran

Introduction music: (

Related Shows