Chris Annous was born and raised in South East London, and at 23 years of age is part of a new generation of people campaigning for a fairer, greener and more equal world.
A committed anti-racism campaigner, Chris has put tackling racism in London, including within the Metropolitan police, at the forefront of his political work. He has supported banning of suspicionless stop and search and for all police arrests to be recorded by body worn cameras – a Lib Dem policy he successfully introduced at their annual conference.
Chris also wants to challenge Sadiq Khan and the Labour Labour on their poor environmental records. He has called for the Silvertown Tunnel to be scrapped and for the savings to be used to fund the the Bakerloo line extension.
Jack has recently moved to Camberwell having previously lived in Greenwich and before that in Kingston. He currently works as a campaign officer for a well known youth charity - an issue which is very important to him.
Jack wants to stand up for young people, giving them a voice and improving services across the borough to help our youth to thrive. In addition, he wants to improve public transport links including making it safer to cycle.
Rebecca has lived in Camberwell with her family for over 15 years. She works in fundraising for an international development charity and is also a Trustee of a charitable trust managing her local park (just across the border in Lambeth).
Her priorities are providing safe and green spaces for children and young people in the area, as well as more opportunities for young people to access employment and training. She is keen on helping improve local parks and green spaces given their vital importance to everyone's health and wellbeing, and in particular also ensuring that all communities in our area have equal access to them.
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