Simon Woolley is one of the founders and Director of Operation Black Vote. He is a former Commissioner for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and sits on the Children' commission panel looking at excluded children. He has recently been award Honorary Doctorate from Westminster University for his work equality and Human Rights.
08 February 2013 12:59 PM
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