Zohaib comes to London from Pakistan and completed his degree in Architecture from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in Karachi. Keen to find newer avenues for enrichment, he began teaching 'A' Levels in English. His interest in social reconstruction coupled with his interest in encouraging young people to participate in civil society endeavours, led him to start a 'youth movement' by the name of Uraan (Flight). As the founder of Uraan, he has been active in the design and publishing of t-shirts and posters expressing ideas of social reform and also runs the movement's website and blog.
Zohaib has also previously acted as the Deputy Convener of the 'Movement for Child Protection and Welfare' - a body involved in pushing the government to ratify a bill that addresses the issue child rights in Pakistan. "
I think the only way one can bring any useful input into the society is through quality education, and this programme is a rare opportunity to learn about development, history and culture geared particularly for Muslim societies." - Z Zuby