The Conservative Party has, in recent years, made ‘Social Action Projects’ a key priority in keeping with their compassionate Conservative agenda. BUCF has always prided itself on keeping abreast of developments within the political and social world and it is in this light that we have decided to create the role of ‘Social Action Officer’ on the BUCF committee. The role of the Social Action Officer, as the title suggests, is to liase with the BUCF Local Officer, local assosciations and the BUCF Committee to encourage BUCF’s active participation in any social action projects that are presented to us.
I am delighted to announce that this role will be fulfilled by BUCF member and local Conservative activist Sahar Rezazadeh. Sahar is a keen, popular and committed activist for the Conservative party and I know she will be a fine addition to the committee. Sahar has published this short bio for our readers to get to know her a bit better which will shortly be added to the Committee page. I wish Sahar the best of luck and I know the committee and the members will look forward to her exciting new ideas.
Sahar is currently in her second year of Political Science. Her loyalty to the Conservative cause started at the age of 12 as the Conservative candidate in the school mock elections. In 2006, Sahar was elected as one of the five Members of the UK Youth Parliament for Birmingham. As a result, she went on to dedicate tremendous time to youth issues and is now an inspiration for young people to become more actively involved in their communities. Sahar has worked with many charities and organisations in the past including Save the Children, St Basils, Peace Child International and the UPF to mention but a few. She wants to ensure that BUCF is the most active branch in leading on Social Action Projects because ‘everything starts at the grass-roots’