• Miss Rachael Tate
Name :
Rachael Tate
Country :
Ages :
Height :
170.0 cm
Weight :
48.0 kg
Body figure :
28 - 23 - 32
Education/Occupation :
Bachelor of Laws degree from University of Aberystwyth, Wales. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Associate. Occupation: Human Resources Advisor
Hobbies :
Cooking, excercise, gym, travel, Latin dance, being with friends and family.
Ambitions :
I have many ambitions. These ambitions are short term, medium term and long term. For many years I have built up experience to compete in Miss Grand, I have worked my way up to bigger and bigger pageants, and now feel ready to take on such a prestigious t
Three words that describe me: Tenacious. Approachable. Compassionate. I was raised in Wales my entire life, and I am a welsh speaker. This is one of the rarest languages in the world! I am very proud of my country and my upbringing. My parents are both married and we have always had a happy life in our home in Wales. I have one younger brother, he is just qualified from university. I value my family very much, especially my grandfather, who is an inspiration to me. I have been fortunate to have a very good level of education in the uk, and do believe that learning is a life long process. In my spare time I enjoy charity work. I was the youngest person ever to sit on my government council in my county, which I am very proud of, as I was then able to be a part of government and represent my area and help the people in my community. In my position, I set up the first 'food bank' in my area with the help of a local church, this is to feed people in the uk who may not have enough money for food. This helped some people in my community, especially when a river flooded their homes and destroyed their lives, these people had nothing, and so, the food bank provided them with some food to help them in their time of need. We gave them food parcels and helped them clean their homes after the floods. Also, I volunteered every week for 5 years for the Uk Charity 'Citizens Advice Bureau'. Here I was trained to provide people with free legal advice and advice on problems like family and relationships advice, debts, immigration, and people's rights. I also support the Uk Charity 'Help for Hero's' campaign. Help for Heros support soldiers in the United Kingdom who come back after being at war. They may suffer from limb amputations as a result of war, they may have mental health issues after being to countries of war and war torn lands. I support them by raising money to help and visiting their homes. I am committed to the Stop The War and Violence Campaign in my spare time, spreading a message of awareness and peace to all.
Personal Opinion

About 'Stop The War and Violence' campaign :

         'Stop The War and Violence' campaign promotes an ideology that we as human beings aspire to and one which we strive to deliver, namely to promote a universal message of peace. The pace at which peace is fast disappearing from the world today has caused each sane and sensible person to worry. It includes those who believe in a God and atheists who deny the very existence of God. Whatever their personal beliefs, they all have valid concerns about peace.

         Wars between nations have increasingly given way to wars within nations. The resurgence of ethnic or sectarian conflicts, the growth of secessionist movements, insurgencies and failed states have increasingly trapped civilians in unending chaos. In today's wars, many more civilians are killed than soldiers; therefore the seeds of future conflict are sown, economies are wrecked, civil societies torn apart, refugees amassed and children scarred for life.

         Governments go to war to fight only for our rights, but the common theme is that they neglect the rights of other people in the process, therefore we can never establish peace. In short, to establish true peace, we must understand the spirit of true justice.

         Today, there is no definitive solution to the problems of war and attaining peace. What we do know is that meeting the challenges to find a resolve will require the aligned vision of all nations, hard work and persistence of all men and women. It will require us to think in new ways about the notions of just war and the imperatives of a just peace.

         As a start, peace comes from being able to personally contribute the best that we have, and all that we are, toward creating a world that supports everyone. But it is also securing the space for others to contribute the best that they have and all that they are. Let us focus on a more practical, more attainable peace, based not on a sudden revolution in human nature but on a gradual evolution in human actions and mindsets.