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HiddenLight Productions
Justice Champion Spotlight: Johnny Webb, CEO, HiddenLight Productions
As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, in partnership with Responsible Business Initiative for Justice (RBIJ), we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society. This month's Justice Champion Spotlight is on the CEO of HiddenLight Productions, Johnny Webb. Interviewed here by RBIJ CEO, Celia Ouelette, he discusses using film as a tool to educate audiences on the iniquities of the justice system.
end the dehumanisation of people in prison and build safer societies
Justice Champion Spotlight: Raphael Rowe
As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society. This month’s Justice Champion Spotlight falls on Raphael Rowe, journalist and presenter of Inside the World's Toughest Prisons. He discusses why he has set up the Raphael Rowe Foundation, and how he hopes it will advance his mission to end the dehumanisation of people in prison and build safer societies.

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International Federation of Red Cross
How businesses can support humanitarian work, with Alessandro Fedele, Global Head of Private Sector Unit, International Federation of Red Cross
235 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection in 2021, an increase of 35% from 2020 (as per the Global Humanitarian Overview report). Conflicts, rising hunger, disease outbreaks and climate change continue to endanger the vulnerable. In a time of uncertainty and loss, humanitarian workers across the world have stepped up their efforts to provide the essentials, which most of us take for granted. We explore what support is required from businesses to support their critical work.
Goal Click
How football, and photography, can be tools to help refugees rebuild their lives
Matthew Barrett is the Co-Founder of Goal Click, a global football storytelling platform helping people understand one another and the world through football. In this article, he introduces Goal Click Refugees, a series run in partnership with UNHCR, and articulates why the private sector must have a role in supporting displaced people around the world. Part of ‘Game On’ - a content stream exploring the intersection of sport, business and social impact, run in partnership with thinkBeyond.
Snigdha Sahal
How private sector partnerships supported Action Against Hunger India’s pandemic response, with its CEO and Executive Director, Snigdha Sahal
235 million people need humanitarian assistance and protection in 2021, an increase of 35% from 2020 (as per the Global Humanitarian Overview report). Conflicts, rising hunger, disease outbreaks and climate change continue to endanger the vulnerable. In a time of uncertainty and loss, humanitarian workers across the world have stepped up their efforts to provide the essentials, which most of us take for granted. We explore what support is required from businesses to support their critical work. In this interview, Snigdha Sahal, Executive Director of Action Against Hunger India, outlines how her organisation has been affected by the pandemic and why private sector partnerships were key to its response.

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