Celebrities add their support to Undefeated
BMS World Mission’s Undefeated campaign is gaining momentum as celebrities from the worlds of sport, television and politics add their names in support of disabled people’s rights worldwide.
Two knights, a dragon and an Olympic medalist are just some of the celebrities endorsing Undefeated to highlight issues of global injustice and inclusivity for disabled people.
Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Theo Paphitis (BBC’s Dragon Den) and Fatima Whitbread OBE, along with Hugh Robertson MP (Minister for Sport and the Olympics), Ed Vaizey MP (Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries) and Gary Streeter MP (Chair of Christians in Parliament), have all endorsed this important campaign and resource:
“I fully support anyone with a disability to have a determination to improve their lives.” Sir Alex Ferguson
“The Paralympics show that, with opportunity, sport really can be for everyone, at every level.” Theo Paphitis (BBC’s Dragon’s Den)
(City College, Norwich)
“What it is to be human has nothing to do with our abilities.” Sir Ranulph Fiennes
(Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
"The Paralympics show that... sport really can be for everyone..." Fatima Whitbread OBE
“I wish you every success with Undefeated... thank you for the work you are doing to engage the Church with the Paralympic Games.” Hugh Robertson MP, Minister for Sport and the Olympics
“Getting a better perspective on the Paralympics and issues of disability is important, and Undefeated really helps with that.” Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries