Kumi Naidoo came to Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship as a 21-year-old South African, on trial for protesting against apartheid. Since then he has completed his DPhil on the resistance movement in South Africa, and played his own major role in global campaigns against poverty, corruption and injustice, as Executive Director for Greenpeace International, founding ambassador to the Campaign for a Just Energy Future, and now as the Interim Board Chair for the Pan-African civil society movement, Africans Rising for Justice Peace and Dignity.
Artist: Fran Monks is a portrait photographer based in Oxford. She is passionate about using photography and image-making to have a positive impact in the world, including through a project, How to Make a Difference, which interviews and photographs people who are changing the world in different ways. www.franmonks.com