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Human Rights Speakers: conference and keynote speakers, both in-person and virtual, on human rights including racism, sexism, the rights of asylum seekers and refugees, on freedom of speech and political and religious freedoms.
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown - journalist and author writing for the Independent, Evening standard. A Shia Muslim, often writing on race and religion, she has courted controversy for her views. Awarded and returned an MBE, partly in protest over the Iraq War.... [more]
Frank Gardner was shot six times by Al-Qaeda terrorists in Saudi Arabia, and returning to work as a wheelchair user, Frank, 44, has become the country's most recognisable disabled journalist. A fluent Arabic speaker reporting for TV and radio on domestic and international security.... [more]
Pam Giddy - former journalist and documentary maker - is director of The Power Inquiry, set up in 2004 to work to increase political participation in Britain following all time low turn-outs at the polls, and to reduce public distrust of politicians and the political system.... [more]
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia from 1993-1998. He also served as Minister of Finance for Malaysia from 1991-1998. Highly respected for his principled stance against corruption and his skillful management of the Malaysian economy... [more]
Professor Roger Steare is a leading practitioner in the development and delivery of Leadership, Culture and Ethics programs globally. He helps people develop good thinking, positive dialogue and ethical behaviour and to do the right thing. ... [more]