Journey to Justice


With many thanks to Dr Madge Dresser, Sahar Beyad and Patrick Regan, who stepped down from the trustee board in November 2021, for their time, talent and greatly-valued commitment to Journey to Justice.

Tania Aubeelack (Chair)

I have been a JtoJ volunteer since 2016 and was London Volunteer Coordinator in 2018. I am a trustee and currently the chair of the board of trustees. My background has included oral history projects, community work to raise awareness of diabetes and I am currently doing youth and research work. I am passionate about communities, justice and solidarity.

Pat Boyer (Secretary)

has taught in inner London schools for 40 years (20 as a Head) and lectures on Equity and Achievement in the US and UK. The school where she was Head is twinned with Xolani School, S. Africa.

Veronica Fletcher

Veronica worked at the Legal Resources Centre in South Africa before moving into international development where she managed monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) across Solidaridad Network’s southern Africa regional programmes. Graduating summa cum laude with an MA in Human Rights and Global Ethics from the University of Leicester, Veronica is currently the MEL Manager at All We Can and is passionate about social justice and supporting organisations maximise the impact of their work.

Ema Jackson (Vice-Chair)

Ema Jackson is a social justice campaigner and youth engagement advocate who has been working in the global NGO sector for the last decade. She is currently the Global Campaigns Manager for Plan International UK, a global charity working to advance children's rights, especially equality for girls. Previous to this she led the Send My Friend to School coalition which brings together young people, politicians, teachers, civil society and the media in joint campaigning to demand quality education for all children across the globe. Ema strongly believes that life isn't beautiful, until it is beautiful for everyone, and so is passionate about campaigning for social justice as much as she can.

Jack Madden

(Online platform co-ordinator) is a Community Organiser and activist who has built grassroots campaigns across the UK. It was an inspiring history teacher and stories from the civil rights movement which brought him into organising and activism in the first place.

Terence McGregor (Treasurer)

was Treasurer of Southwark CAB (Citizens Advice Bureau) and a trustee of Lambeth and Merton CAB.

Duncan Moore

Married with 3 grown up children. A successful business owner, with a passion to see and help people succeed in life, in spite of social, economic or racial obstacles faced. Honoured to be part of an organisation that will be a voice to those who’s voices are overwhelmed by the noise of society.

Abi Rhodes

Abi has been a volunteer with JtoJ since 2017 and the economic injustice project coordinator since 2020. She is an activist, academic and researcher with a specialism in grassroots storytelling and social movement communication. Abi is committed to promoting the aims and vision of Journey to Justice and making the world a more compassionate and safer place to live.

Martin Spafford (Training Co-ordinator)

Martin taught history in London schools for over thirty years and has helped develop school resources – online and in print - for the teaching of migration to Britain. He runs training workshops for teachers and students at primary and secondary level and is an Honorary Fellow of the Historical Association and the Schools History Project.

Rebecca Walker

Rebecca Walker is Director of CARIS Camden, a charity that delivers frontline support to children and families experiencing homelessness in the London Boroughs of Camden and Hackney. She is passionate about supporting people facing structural inequalities to access justice and campaign for their political and social rights.

Carrie Supple (Founder)

Founder and was Director of Journey to Justice (2013 - June 2021). She has over 45 years of experience in education and human rights work. See: teachingforsolidarity

With huge thanks to everyone who has helped to get us this far!