A SOUTHAMPTON man was one of 100 campaigners celebrated at a special event.
Mike Willcox, from Shirley, was recognised for his efforts at a parliamentary event in Westminster hosted by the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD).
The 53-year-old has been involved in a variety of CAFOD initiatives, such as the Hungry for Change campaign calling for a fairer global food system, and Thirst for Change which focused on the need for clean drinking water for people across the world.
Mr Willcox said: “An event like this reception is incredibly energising. This year’s event has inspired me to continue campaigning, knowing it really is possible to make a difference.”