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Baroness Cox's charity HART provides funds to change life for students at Loi Tai Leng school Myanmar

Whilst Baroness Cox carry's out her work giving a voice to the voiceless in Parliament and not just for those people in this country (England) but also in many others around the world, she is often reported on in the newspapers a lot but not enough for her charity work in my opinion. (Andrew Haigh)

HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust) a charity she founded back in 2004 works mostly in areas of conflict, here Lady Cox often looks for ways to bring sustainability to those courageous organisations HART works with on the ground. Here is a latest great example of life changing innovation Caroline's organisation has recently funded, which is an amazing example of community work.

Baroness Cox receives another award!

HART Founder and CEO, Baroness Cox was honoured as a Global Leader on Friday and invited into the Power Brands Hall of Fame. Baroness Cox was recognised for her commitment to being a voice for the voiceless.

The event was called ‘Power Brands Global- London International Forum for Equality 2019’ and was on 24th May 2019 at Hilton Kensington. In attendance were 10 global leaders from various walks of life who have built a brand of faith and hope through their conviction and actions while remaining committed to spreading equality. You can find out more about this here on their website is www.powerbrandsglobal.com

Baroness Cox - Fighting for freedom of Religion and belief in the House of Lords

Whilst Caroline is away and before she goes, shoe often ensures that written questions to the Government on important issues are provided. This is a recent question on Christianity and Asylum. It is a good example of the advocacy impact of Baroness Cox. *

Asylum: Christianity:Written question - HL14728
To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of reports that the Home Office refused asylum applications because of (1) quotations used by applicants from the Bible which “are inconsistent with your [the applicant’s] claim that you converted to Christianity after discovering it is a ‘peaceful’ religion...”; and (2) a candidate “affirmed in your Asylum Interview Record that Jesus is your saviour, but then claimed He would not be able to save you from the Iranian regime. It is therefore considered that you have no conviction in your faith and your belief in Jesus is half-hearted”.