Francis Khoo (1947 - 2011).
"Cut off from his Singapore base, Francis quickly adapted to life abroad redefining his role as a humanitarian internationalist, immersing himself in many worthy causes including helping Amnesty International to launch the Lawyers’ Group and spoke at several of their International Human Rights Days. In the late 1980s, he became the Director of War on Want. He was also active in local social issues and was chairman of RADICLE, the London-wide charity providing services and accommodation for teenage mothers, drop-in centres and support for the elderly. His most enduring achievement was, together with Swee Chai, setting up Medical Aid for Palestinians, which is now a well supported charity giving much needed help to the Palestinian people.
"Francis Khoo was politically a socialist and spiritually a Christian humanist." 
Resources and articles
- ingaporerebel.blogspot Francis Khoo (1947 - 2011), organizational web page, accessed May 26, 2013.