October 2019 – Clare helps to launch the Spanish edition of The Woman Who Saved the Children in Madrid.
Presentation of the biography of Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children, at the event were: Clare Mulley, author, Roger Domingo, editor, Charo Izquierdo, patron, and as moderator the journalist Helena Resano. In Madrid, October 17, 2019.
May 2019 – Joely Richardson plays Eglantyne Jebb with Helena Bonham Carter as the judge in a production of The Woman Who Saved the Children at London’s Roundhouse.
In May 2019 Clare, broadcaster Natasha Kaplinsky and sculptor Ian Wolter unveil a bronze bust of Eglantyne Jebb at the Royal Albert Hall, 100 years after Save the Children was launched there at the end of the First World War
100 years after Eglantyne Jebb’s court case, in which she secured the first donation to Save the Children from her prosecutor, Clare was interviewed about the story by Matthew Amroliwala on BBC World News.
In April 2019, Clare spoke about Krystyna Skarbek (Christine Granville) at the House of Lords. Afterwards the House of Commons and House of Lords libraries were both gifted copies of The Spy Who Loved by the Polish Embassy. Support your local library people!
Eglantyne Jebb’s hometown, Ellesmere, honours her with new town welcome signs
August 2018 – Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, moves a step closer to receiving an English Heritage Blue Plaque, after Clare’s campaign is supported by the Sunday Times.
2017 – Clare gives a TEDx talk at Stormont, Belfast
2017 – Clare, Rula Lenska and sculptor Ian Wolter unveiled a bronze bust of Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, The Spy Who Loved, at Ognisko, the Polish Hearth Club in London
2017 – Respected & Protected: The Rights of Children, Central Family Court exhibition on Eglantyne Jebb, the history and significance of children’s human rights, in the public lobby of the Central Family Court, London, open to all.
2016 – Royal Mail honoured Eglantyne Jebb with a stamp.
2014 – The Polish Foreign Minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, awards Clare the Polish national Honour, the Bene Merito, at the Polish Embassy
Clare as a Save the Children Campaigns Ambassador with Annie Lennox (Clare at 0:48), holding the government to its pledge to invest in reducing the rates of maternal and newborn mortality.