Choosing to challenge inequality in the Chevening community

Members of the Chevening community are choosing to challenge inequality. Learn more about the work of our community in protecting human rights and speaking up for safe and inclusive communities.

Chevening Alumnus discusses gender inequality with the royals

The One Young World summit brings delegates and leaders, present and future, together from across the globe. We hear from Chevening Alumnus Gideon Olanrewaju about his programme 'Education in Bottles'.

Chevening Alumna paves the way for women in diplomacy in The Bahamas

Twenty years after her Chevening Scholarship, alumna Jerusa Ali now works as Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Jerusa shares her Chevening journey and her advice for new Chevening Alumni.

From Chevening Scholar to changing her world: How Deepti Ameta is fighting gender inequality in India

This International Women's Day, Chevening is celebrating the women in our community doing inspiring work across the globe to empower women and girls. Discover how 2013 Chevening Alumna, Deepti Ameta, is making a difference in India.

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Building a better future for women and girls in India

Building a better future for women and girls in India

Kanta Singh has dedicated her whole career to tackling issues of gender inequality. In 2019, she embarked on the Chevening Gurukul Fellowship for Leadership and Excellence. The programme allowed her to expand her network and capacity even further to help her on her mission to build a more equal India, one girl and one voice at a time.