The Protection of our Spiritual, Cultural and Political Heritage


WHEN: Wednesday 15 August, 5PM start

WHERE: 5 Burwood Hwy, Wantirna South



Baroness Caroline Cox has such a lengthy list of achievements and accomplishments that it would be impractical to write a brief summary that does justice to the exhaustive work that she has dedicated her life to.

However, as a brief introduction to her work, Baroness Caroline Cox has travelled all around the world to conflict and post-conflict zones, promoted parliamentary initiatives and medical programmes, allowing her to obtain first-hand evidence of the human rights violations and humanitarian needs.

Baroness Cox has been recognised for her work in the international humanitarian and human rights sphere with many honours, including the Commander Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland; the prestigious Wilberforce Award; the International Mother Teresa Award from the All India Christian Council; and has also been awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and many more. Click here ( to read more about Baroness Cox and other distinctions that she has received.

Currently Baroness Cox is the CEO of the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART-UK), working with partners in communities suffering from oppression and persecution who are often not reached by major aid organisations for political or security reasons.

Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to hear her provide insights from her extensive experience while she is in Australia, addressing the protection of our spiritual, cultural and political heritage.


Caroline (Baroness) Cox
CEO Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART)
Member of House of Lords