Key Speakers


Confirmed speakers include:

• Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Patron, Rights and Humanity
• Mrs Cherie Blair, Patron, Rights and Humanity
• Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chair of Anglo-American Plc and Chair of the Foundation for the Global Compact
• Ms Julia Häusermann, MBE, Founder and President, Rights and Humanity
• Mr Jody Kollapen, Chair of South African Human Rights Commission
• Mr Tony Manwaring, Chief Executive of Tomorrow's Company
• Azeem Ibrahim, Founder and CEO, UK Media Group
• Pavan Sukdev (tbc), Study Leader for a report jointly sponsored by the European Commission and the German government on the economic impacts of biodiversity loss ”The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity" (TEEB)
• The Rt. Hon. Lord Kinnock, Chairman of the British Council and member of Planning Committee, Rights and Humanity
• HE Lindiwe Mabuza, South African High Commissioner to London
• Sir Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congress of the Commonwealth
• Professor Sir David King, Government’s Chief Scientific Advisor, Director, Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Oxford University
• Mr Ibrahim Wani, Chief of Development and Economic and Social Issues Branch, OHCHR
• Dame Audrey Glover, Former Head, UK Delegation to HR Commission
• Mr Nick Robins, Nick Robins, Head, Climate Change Centre of Excellence, HSBC.
• Mr Ron Pepper, ABB
• Senior Rep, WHO
• Dr Robert Greener, Economics Advisor, UNAIDS
• Senior Rep, ILO
• Mrs Jan Buckingham, Director of Global Values, Body Shop
• Ms Micheline Ravolonarisoa, Chief of Africa Divisions, UNIFEM

This page will be updated as invited speakers confirm.


• Mrs Baria Alamuddin, Foreign Editor Al Hayat Newspaper
• District Judge Marilyn Mornington, Member, Rights and Humanity Development Committee
• Mr Richard Swallow, Broadcaster and Film producer



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