Sir Jeffrey Jowell KCMG QC

Sir Jeffrey is a practising barrister in Blackstone Chambers in London.  He was the Founder Director of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law (2010-15) and is Emeritus Prof of Public Law at UCL.  He is a leading authority on public law. In 2011, he was knighted “for services to human rights, democracy and the rule of law”.  Comment:  “I am proud to support the MCF’s rule of law initiatives in Zimbabwe.

Dr Craig Richardson

Craig Richardson is BB&T Distinguished Professor of Economics at Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina, USA.  His broad research interests include property rights and their importance for economic growth.  He is the author of The Collapse of Zimbabwe in the Wake of the 2000-2003 Land Reforms (2004). Comment:  “I am deeply honoured to help promote the mission of the MCF, with its focus on secure property rights for all.”

Leigh Middleditch

Leigh Middleditch serves as counsel in the Charlottesville, Virginia office of McGuireWoods LLP, and as vice president of McGuireWoods Consulting LLC.  He has served as president of the University of Virginia Law Association and is a trustee of the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation.  Comment:  “The MCF is doing great work in Zimbabwe and I am honoured to be an advocate.”

Richard Oldfield

Richard Oldfield is chairman of a boutique investment management firm in London, Oldfield Partners, and a director of Witan Investment Trust plc and Shepherd Neame Ltd. He is a trustee of the Canterbury Cathedral Trust and president of Demelza House Children’s Hospice.   Comment:  “I have been a fan of the MCF since it started and am delighted to be one of its ambassadors, to support human rights in Zimbabwe.”

General Lord Dannatt

General Richard Dannatt, GCB, CBE, MC, DL was Chief of the General Staff from 2006-2009. He was commissioned into the Green Howards in 1971 and during his second tour of duty in Northern Ireland was awarded the Military Cross.  Comment:  “I support the MCF’s overall aim to fight injustice in Zimbabwe and to restore human rights, the rule of law and fair property rights for all.”

Jenny Barraclough

Jenny Barraclough OBE is a highly-acclaimed British film and television producer who has documented the legacies of Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi, as well as producing two films on Robert Mugabe before and after Zimbabwe’s independence. Comment:“Reading about Ben's life is humbling. He has shown the most extraordinary courage during these long years of often terrifying intimidation.  The least we can do is give him our support from safe, comfortable London.”

"What does the Lord require of you? To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."

Micah 6 v 8

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