Supporters Public Figures

Supporters academics

Supporters parliamentarians

Supporters organisations

Dr Joe Hoover

Queen Mary, London

Prof Rainbow Murray

Queen Mary, London

Prof Alice Roberts

University of Birmingham

Dr Ala Sirriyeh

Lancaster University

Prof Peter Singer

Princeton University

Prof Phil Zmbardo

Stanford University

Professor Noam Chomsky

MIT and Arizona University

AC Grayling

New College of Humanities

Prof Bill McKibben

Middlebury College

Jamie Bamber

Actor

Aditya Chakrabortty

Journalist

Dr Phil Hammond

Comedian

Francesca Martinez

Comedian

Cerys Matthews

Musician

Dr David Hamilton

Psychologies Magazine

George Monbiot

Journalist

Helen Pankhurst

Activist

Laurie Penny

Writer

Ruby Wax

Comedian

Dr Frances Ryan

Journalist

Richard Stone

Activist

Polly Toynbee

Journalist

Debbie Abrahams MP, Lab

Oldham East and Saddleworth

Heidi Allen MP, Lib Dem

South Cambridgeshire

Frances Bedford MP, Ind

Florey (Australia)

Richard Benyon MP, Con

Newbury

Tom Brake MP, Lib Dem

Carshalton and Wallington

Richard Burden MP, Lab

Birmingham Northfield

Baroness Burt

Lib Dem

Ruth Cadbury MP, Lab

Brentford and Isleworth

Alistair Carmichael MP, Lib Dem

Orkney and Shetland

Julie Cooper MP, Lab

Burnley

Tracey Crouch MP, Con

Chatham and Aysleford

Nic Dakin MP, Lab

Scunthorpe

Geraint Davies MP, Lab

Swansea West

Glyn Davies MP, Con

Montgomeryshire

Martyn Day MP, SNP

Lithlingow and Falkirk

Thangam Debbonaire MP, Lab

Bristol West

Lord Dubs

Labour

Stephen Gethins MP, SNP

North East Fife

Preet Gill MP, Lab

Birmingham Edgbaston

Lilian Greenwood MP, Lab

Nottingham South

Robert Halfon MP, Con

Harlow

Rupa Huq MP, Lab

Ealing Central and Acton

Christine Jardine MP, Lib Dem

Edinburgh West

Dan Jarvis MP, Lab

Barnsley Central

Darren Jones MP, Lab

Bristol North West

Baroness Kennedy

Labour

Lord Kerslake

Crossbench

Stephen Kinnock MP, Lab

Aberavon

Lord Knight

Labour

Peter Kyle MP, Lab

Hove

Ben Lake MP, Plaid Cymru

Ceredigion

Norman Lamb MP, Lib Dem

North Norfolk

Clive Lewis MP, Lab

South Norfolk

Baroness Lister

Labour

Caroline Lucas MP, Green

Brighton Pavilion

Holly Lynch MP, Lab

Halifax

Rachel Maclean MP, Con

Redditch

Baroness Massey

Labour

Baroness Masham

Crossbench

Rachael Maskell MP, Lab

York Central

Kerry McCarthy MP, Lab

Bristol East

Layla Moran MP, Lib Dem

Oxford West and Abingdon

Stephen Morgan MP, Lab

Portsmouth South

Ian Murray MP, Lab

Edinburgh South

Lisa Nandy MP, Lab

Wigan

Lord Newby

Lib Dem

Yasmin Qureshi MP, Lab

Bolton South East

Jess Philipps MP, Lab

Birmingham Yardley

Jonathan Reynolds MP, Lab

Stalybridge

Chris Ruane MP, Lab

Vale of Clwyd

Liz Saville Roberts MP, Plaid Cymru

Dwyfor Meirionnyydd

Tommy Sheppard MP, SNP

Edinburgh East

Lord Shipley

Lib Dem

Tulip Siddiq MP, Lab

Hampstead and Kilburn

Andy Slaughter MP, Lab

Hammersmith

Angela Smith MP, Lib Dem

Penistone and Stocksbridge

Caroline Spelman MP, Con

Meriden

Jo Swinson MP, Lib Dem

East Dunbartonshire

Derek Thomas MP, Con

St Ives

Thelma Walker MP, Lab

Colne Valley

Baroness Warsi

Conservative

Catherine West MP, Lab

Hornsey and Wood Green

Sarah Wollaston MP, Lib Dem

Totnes

Lord Wood

Labour

Chuka Umunna MP, Lib Dem

Streatham

​Action for Happiness

Action for Happiness is a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society. They want to see a fundamentally different way of life - where people care less about what they can get just for themselves and more about the happiness of others.  

  

Charter for Compassion

The Charter for Compassion supports the emergence of a global movement that brings the words of the Charter to life. To do so, the Charter is a network of networks, connecting organizers and leaders from around the world, providing educational resources, organizing tools, and avenues for communication; sharing lessons, stories, and inspiration; providing the umbrella of the Charter for Compassion for conferences, events, collaborations, conversations and initiatives to create compassionate communities and institutions. The Charter for Compassion is committed to working with cities to create sustainable actions plans that address the most grave problems within their communities.

Equality Trust

The Equality Trust is a UK registered charity that campaigns against economic and social inequality. It began as a campaigning organisation founded in 2009 by Bill Kerry, Richard G. Wilkinson and Kate Pickett after the publication of Wilkinson and Pickett's book The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better. It became a registered charity in 2015. It is dedicated to reducing income inequality in the UK.

Generation Rent

Campaigning with private renters for professionally managed, secure, decent and affordable privately rented homes. Winner of the Sheila McKechnie Foundation campaigner award for Housing and Homelessness - 2017. 

Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering

The Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering (OPIS) is a think-and-do tank working to design and promote the compassionate society of the future. OPIS’s vision is a world that eliminates the preventable suffering of all sentient beings, both humans and non-humans, and that meets the needs of all through rational, evidence-based decision-making. OPIS engages in research, education, advocacy and creative communications, promoting both solutions to specific causes of intense suffering and ethical systemic change. 

Safe Passage

Safe Passage exists to help unaccompanied child refugees and vulnerable adults find safe, legal routes to sanctuary. They have reunited unaccompanied asylum seeking children from France, Greece, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Syria and Sudan with their relatives. For those clients who arrive in the UK, they also support their transition to a new life.

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Show Racism the Red Card

The UK's leading anti-racism educational charity.