Baroness Caroline Cox, an Anglican laywoman and former deputy speaker of Great Britain’s House of Lords, is a champion of human rights for the weak and defenceless. Due to her vigorous personality, she has also been described as a “British Joan of Arc” for our times, incarnating the noblest spirit of chivalry for her staunch anti-slavery campaigns. She is the founder and CEO of the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART), which works to provide lasting change for those suffering oppression and persecution but are largely neglected by the international media, through aid and advocacy. On Tuesday 12 October 2010, Baroness Cox addressed The Sydney Institute to talk about HART’s work and vision.
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