3 July 1924 - 2 November 2000
Sue Ryder was a humanitarian dedicated to the relief of
suffering. Her work started in WWII, helping people displaced from
their homes as a result of war. After the war she widened the scope
of her work, supporting people with complex needs and life-threatening
conditions across the UK and internationally.
Sue Ryder - A history of Lady Ryder and the work she did.
This video contains scenes that some people may find upsetting.
Narrated by Tim Key.
Image credit and thanks to Leeds Library and Information Service.