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IMAGES OF ANTHONY RUSSELL'S INVOLVEMENTS

 


In May 2016, the Brockley Society Tree Committee, founded by Anthony Russell, wins the London Tree Award, presented at City Hall by Sir Harry Studholme (Chairman of the Forestry Commission).


From Left: Sir Harry, Nicola, Anthony, Eamonn, James, Dom, Tony Kirkham, Clare, Xanthe.


Having supper with Clare Short, following her address to Uniting for Peace at the Erskine Childers 2015 lecture at the Hilton in London.






ERSKINE CHILDERS ADDRESS





Following a meeting arranged by the Burma Campaign UK at the invitation of the Speaker John Bercow.


Speakers House, 

Palace of Westminster

 

The beginning . . 

 

(A traffic calming campaign run with Oliver Letwin MP in the 1990s) 

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Recent

 

Following a meeting with Oliver Letwin (Secretary of State for the Cabinet Office) about progressing the Homeshare project for Dorset

 

Making a presentation on the need for community cooperation at the 'Trees in the City' Conference in London (26th April 2014)

 

The meeting at St Ethelburga's in the City, of several peace organisations  uniting to form the federation 'Friends for Peace 

 

With Aung San Suu Kyi about to address both Houses of Parliament 21st June 2012  

 

Building relationships with Lewisham Council for Brockley Society's Tree Committee. From left:  John Thompson (Head of Environmental Services), Anthony Russell & Richard Farr (Green Scene)

 

 Meeting with representatives of the Burmese Rohingya Muslims at Parliament

 

The controversial meeting with David Irving 

 

Running a drawing workshop at the British Museum. Part of the 'Big Draw' initiative

 

Selling raffle tickets in support of the Brockley Society at Brockley Farmer's Market 

 

 Uniting for Peace Annual Conference in the Lords, 7th Nov. 2013

 

Meeting with a Burmese family in Rangoon 

 

Meeting at Goldsmiths College (University of London) to promote the study of a range of Humanities courses in Burma 

 

 Non-political meeting with a monk at Mahagandayon Temple, Burma.

 

Supporting the Burma Campaign UK during the visit of President Thein Sein & wearing the yellow badge of the 88 Generation given me by Ko Jimmy.

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