Make Justice Work had over one hundred ambassadors who promoted the organisation. The ambassadors came from diverse roles outside the organisation including, MP’s, CEO’s of charities, celebrities, academics, writers and Peers.
Sir Louis Blom-Cooper
Sir Louis Blom-Cooper has been a leading figure in public law for many years and has written extensively on all areas of law
Simon Fanshawe is a writer, broadcaster and a non-exec director in the public and private sector. He was previously Chairman of War on Want, the international development charity.
Roger Graef is an award winning filmmaker who is Founder and Chief Executive of Films of Record. He is best known for his films on police and criminal justice.
Simon Hughes MP
Simon Hughes is the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Bermondsey and Old Southwark and is also Deputy Leader of the party.
Amir Khan is a boxer and outside the ring he is involved in community work and has opened his own boxing club, Gloves Gym to help keep young people off the streets.
Martha Lane Fox
Martha is a British e-commerce business woman, charity trustee and board member of Channel 4 and M&S. She is an advocate of women’s rights, human rights and social justice.
Peter Tatchell has campaigned for human rights for over 40 years. He is currently the Green Party’s human rights spokesperson. He also co-founded LGBT direct action group OutRage.
Polly Toynbee is a leading social commentator and a columnist for the Guardian. She was formerly BBC Social Affairs Editor and Associate Editor of the Independent.
Poet, novelist and playwright, Benjamin Zephaniah is probably one of the most high-profile international authors writing today, with an enormous breadth of appeal, equally popular with both adults and children.