Evgeny Lebedev

Evgeny Lebedev is chairman of Independent Print Limited and Evening Standard Limited.

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Homeless Veterans campaign: Now we can change more lives for the better – thank you, everyone

There is still work to do but this campaign has brought hope to countless veterans

Evgeny Lebedev with an elite Gabonese ranger team

Gabon: Where the fate of the forest elephant will be decided

A year on from The Independent’s phenomenally successful campaign, Evgeny Lebedev returns to Africa to find out how the battle against the poachers is being fought – and won

The musician Bryan Adams let us use his photos of wounded veterans as a visual representation of the hardships faced by soldiers both abroad and at home

Homeless Veterans Appeal: How our readers’ generosity will help to rebuild lives

Evgeny Lebedev recalls meeting veterans who descended into drug abuse and homelessness after serving their country but now have a chance to start again

Adventures in unseen Burma: One of the world's most beautiful countries is opening up to visitors

The economic advancements of its neighbours have passed Burma by - until now. Evgeny Lebedev experiences the unspoilt wonders that the country has to offer, and wonders how long they will last
The veterans Mark Hayward, Hugh Thompson and Sean Staines (back) with Grayson Perry (front left) and Evgeny Lebedev

Homeless Veterans appeal: ‘If you’re hard on the world you are hard on yourself’

Maverick artist Grayson Perry today backs our campaign. Evgeny Lebedev took him to hear the stories of those veterans your generosity is supporting

Evgeny Lebedev (left) and Boris Johnson (second left), approached by Joe & Chris from St Mungos Broadway Outreach Team

Homeless Veterans appeal: My night sleeping rough with Boris Johnson

Evgeny Lebedev and the London Mayor spend night on the streets to highlight our campaign

Evgeny Lebedev meets service veteran Derek Ellerbeck at Veterans Aid’s east London hostel

Homeless Veterans appeal: Visiting Afghanistan, I learned that our troops need support in times of peace as well as war

Evgeny Lebedev, The Independent’s owner, on this year’s campaign 

From left: Russ Kyle, Evgeny Lebedev, Stephen Templeton and Alex Rhymer at Belrock House

Homeless Veterans appeal: Haven of peace offers the damaged a way back to normality

Those who have lost their confidence – and sometimes their family – need care and support. Your contributions can help them

Evgeny Lebedev with Douglas Cameron, a Navy veteran

Homeless Veterans Appeal: We must not forget our elderly veterans, who continue to battle on

Of the 4.6m veterans who live in Britain, it is the elderly who often struggle terribly

Veterans at this year’s D-Day events in Normandy

Homeless Veterans appeal: Help the ex-service personnel to whom we all owe so much

Our Christmas appeal supports the home that houses veterans. Evgeny Lebedev met two of them

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