How best to challenge governments, official agencies, and other international bodies, such as the World Bank, IMF, UN, UNDEP, etc. to make combatting religious persecution a part of their mission.
Baroness Caroline Cox was created a Life Peer in 1982 and was a deputy speaker of the House of Lords from 1985 to 2005. She was Founder Chancellor of Bournemouth University; Chancellor of Liverpool Hope University from 2006-2013 and is an Hon. Vice President of the Royal College of Nursing. She was a founder Trustee of MERLIN [Medical Emergency Relief International] and is Founder and President of HART [Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust].
Frank Gaffney is founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C., a not-for-profit, nonpartisan educational corporation established in 1988.
Father Benedict Kiely, a native of London, England, was born in 1963. A priest of the Diocese of Burlington, Vermont, he will shortly be incardinated in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham to continue his special ministry for the Persecuted. Ordained in 1994, in Canterbury, England, Father Kiely has spent most of his priestly life in parish ministry and media activity.
Mr. Sam Mason is a specialist in research and advocacy. Mr. Mason has supported numerous humanitarian projects abroad, including visits to northern and central Nigeria, Sudan and South Sudan, Syria, Thailand, and the disputed territory Nagorno Karabakh. He works in the House of Lords as an adviser to Baroness Cox and recently completed an International Relations master’s degree at the University of Cambridge.