Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Bestow the 2023 Digital Civil Right Award to Oxford Alumnus for This Special Reason

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Bestow the 2023 Digital Civil Right Award to Oxford Alumnus for This Special Reason

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle have always been pioneers of philanthropic works and social sciences since the very beginning. Their Archwell Foundation has been evident in every step they take towards bolstering the welfare of the society, especially for women and children as for the Duchess’ part. Needless to say, the Archwell Foundation has been rising high with some of its newly launched campaigns. 

The Sussex foundation had recently called upon the NAACP Awards that “supports a new generation of visionaries.” People around the globe have been working diligently towards creating a “transformational” change advancing civil and human rights. 

Just so, Prince Harry and Meghan have already gotten the rightful winner of the same for the year 2023. The prestigious award was bestowed with much pride and honor to the chief executive of The Markup, Nabiha Syed. She will reportedly receive an advance cash prize of 100,000 US Dollars which makes 83,000 UK Pounds. 

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The head of the investigative journalist has been recognized for her selfless contributions to uncovering Racial Bias using modernized technology. The awardee hails from the prestigious Oxford University and has strong experience and is the second winner of the 2023 Digital Civil Awards from Archewell Foundation. 

How was Ms. Syed’s work recognized by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Ms. Syed uncovered hidden and controversial racial bias in mortgage approvals and student risk algorithms. She also exposed to the public how some telecommunications scammed the poorer and more racially diverse neighbors with slower internet connection speeds. 

On top of it, the price of the network distributors was the same as it was for high-speed internet in other areas. The Oxford Alumnus has been at it for long enough. Thanks to her lawyer’s degree as she mastered media law. Adding to it, she has also been an eminent advisor to two US presidents on the freedom of speech clauses. 

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