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Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral evidence sessions ongoing.
The Committee has established a rolling inquiry to monitor the human rights policy of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office throughout this Parliament. As part of that inquiry, the Committee will examine the FCO’s Human Rights and Democracy Annual Reports and will monitor the FCO’s policy on the individuals, causes and countries identified in paragraph 28 of its report on The FCO’s administration and funding of its human rights work overseas, published on 5 April 2016.
Evidence given by Professor Gaim Kibreab, London South Bank University, Professor Richard Reid, School of Oriental and African Studies, and Martin Plaut, journalist and author; Victoria Barnes, Acting Legal Director, and Kapil Gupta, Programme Information Officer, Human Dignity Trust, Philippa Drew, Trustee, and Jesse Sperling, Programme Manager, Kaleidoscope Trust (at 4.00pm).
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.