Acclaimed actor of stage, screen and television, Daniel Craig has more than 60 film credits to his name, most recently in the iconic role of James Bond. Mr. Craig has promoted a number of human rights causes throughout his career, such as HIV/AIDS discrimination, bullying, violence against women, and disadvantaged youth. He has also promoted campaigns to promote disaster relief efforts, to fight against poverty and homelessness and he has spoken out on conservation and the environment.

In April 2015, Mr. Craig was designated as the United Nations Global Advocate for the Elimination of Mines and Explosive Hazards, with a mandate to bring attention to the thousands of people living in areas threatened by landmines and explosive remnants of war including improvised explosive devices. Mr. Craig has made dozens of videos supporting the vision of the United Nations for a mine-free world, he has visited minefields being cleared by the UN, raised resources for mine action work, and spoken on behalf of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) at international meetings. He is also a champion of the Secretary-General’s five-year Safe Ground campaign that aims to turn minefields into playing fields and raise awareness and resources for survivors of explosive ordnance accidents.