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Human Rights & Philanthropy

What do rock star Bob Geldof, North Korean defector Hyeonseo Lee, and motivational speaker Chrissie Wellington have in common? They are some of our Human Rights, Humanitarians & Philanthropists Keynote Speakers who are deeply committed to changing the world through their words and actions.

Hans Blix

Hans Blix rose to the world's attention as Chairman of the International Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction.   A

Hyeonseo Lee

‘The Girl With Seven Names’, as she named her 2015 memoir, is a North Korean defector living in Seoul, South Korea. A powerful reminder of those who face constant danger, Hyeonseo’s tale of courage, survival and hope motivates and inspires spellbound audiences.   B

Jamie McDonald

World-record breaking fundraising adventurer Jamie is best known for his world-first solo run across Canada, raising more than £250,000 for charity.   C

Joanna Lumley

Absolutely Fabulous actress, model and charity campaigner, Joanna Lumley OBE is a British Institution.   A

Jose Maria Figueres Olsen

Former President of Costa Rica & former CEO of the World Economic Forum, Figueres tackles global issues such as climate change, sustainable development, and technology.   A

Kellie Maloney

Kellie has enjoyed a successful career managing boxers and has become an inspirational transgender figure since her reassignment surgery in 2014. Her story of resilience and sincerity makes her a perfect motivational speaker.   E

Laura Hearn

Laura Hearn is a BBC journalist and TV News producer, and regularly speaks about her experience of recovery from mental ill health, and how she learnt to heal from an eating disorder.   E

Linda Bellos OBE

Linda Bellos OBE is a renowned consultant, trainer and writer, specialising in the field of equality and diversity.   D

Marc Kielburger

Social entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author Marc Kielburger is the chief executive director of Free The Children.   A

Marc Koska

Inventor of the non-retractable syringe and ApiJect, Marc Koska OBE faced and broke down bureaucratic barriers to fight AIDS, and revolutionise medicine.   D

Mary Robinson

Former President of Ireland and previously United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson is an outstanding international keynote speaker.   A

Midge Ure

Midge Ure wrote and produced Do They Know It's Christmas? with Bob Geldof, and his services to both music and charity were recognised in 2005, with an OBE.   C

Mohsin Zaidi

Mohsin Zaidi is a criminal barrister, an advocate for LGBT rights, BAME representation and social mobility and is on the board of Stonewall. His memoir, 'A Dutiful Boy', has been named a Guardian, GQ and New Statesman Book of the Year.   D

Muhammad Yunus

What if you could harness the power of the free market to solve the problems of poverty, hunger, and inequality? Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus is doing exactly that.   A

Ola Rosling

Ola Rosling is CEO and Co-Founder of Gapminder Foundation, founded alongside his father Hans Rosling. He was formerly Product Manger for Google.   B

Rob Forkan

After being orphaned in 2004, when they tragically lost their mother and father in the Boxing Day tsunami, brothers Rob & Paul created the footwear brand Gandys and the Orphans for Orphans movement in their parents’ name.   D

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