Kehkashan Basu MSM is a Canadian environmental and human rights activist from the United Arab Emirates. She is also an advocates for peace, children’s rights. She was born on June 05, 2000 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and also raised in there. She is the Founder-President of Green Hope Foundation, the youngest Councillor of World Future Council, the youngest Trustee of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, a Kids Rights Youngsters member, and winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize 2016.
Name : Kehkashan Basu
Date of Birth : June 05, 2000
Age : 1822 years
Birthplace : Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Nationality : Canadian
Gender : Female
Occupation : Advocate, Environmentalist, Human rights activists
Started Journey From : 2008 – present
Net Worth : $2 Million – 5 Million
Family Members & Education –
Kehkashan Basu was born in an Arabian family located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and also brought up there by her family members and parents.
There are not so much information available on internet about her relationship status and family members.
She completed her graduation from Dubai.
Father’s Name : Not published
Mother’s Name : Not published
Marital Status : Unmarried
School : Local school
College : Not published
Educational Qualification : Graduated
Favourite Things –
Hobbies : Listening to the music, Reading Novels
Favourite Place : Dubai
Favourite Food : Pasta
Favourite Colour : Blue, Black
Physical Stats –
Height : Not published
Weight : Not published
Hair Colour : Black – Brown
Eyes Colour : Black
Winner of the 2016 International Children’s Peace Prize, Kehkashan Basu is an iconic global influencer, environmentalist, champion of women and children’s rights, TEDx speaker, Climate Reality Mentor, author, musician, peace and sustainability campaigner. A Forbes 30 Under 30, Kehkashan is a United Nations Human Rights Champion, a UN Habitat Young City Champion, the Regional Organizing Partner for North America for the NGO Major Group and one of Canada’s Top25 Women of Influence. Kehkashan is the Founder-President of global social innovation enterprise Green Hope Foundation, which works at a grassroots level in 25 countries. She has spoken at over 200 United Nations and other global fora. She is the youngest Trustee of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, Winner of the World Literacy Award for Significant Contribution to Literacy by a Young Person, Winner of Canada’s Global Energy Show Emerging Leader Award, Winner of the Pax Christi Toronto Teacher of Peace Award and a Co-Leader of the UN Women Action Coalition on Feminist Action for Climate Justice. She continues to work tirelessly to amplify the voices of young people, women and girls, in decision-making processes.