The Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon

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An unrelenting campaigner for justice, Baroness Lawrence has channeled the grief of losing her 18-year-old son, Stephen, into a heartfelt campaign to reform the policing values of the UK. After her son was stabbed to death in 1993, Doreen Lawrence founded the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust aimed at encouraging young people from ethnic minorities to realise their true ambitions in life. For Baroness Lawrence, her greatest challenge is “the sustainability of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust to transform lives particularly during the economic downturn.” Her dedication and strength in her fight for justice has had a profound effect on the legal system in the UK with her fight to change the country’s attitudes to policing and racism. She was made a life peer in 2013. 

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