This is the first of three evidence sessions for the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee's inquiry into UK-Brazil Relations. This session will comprise evidence from three separate panels of witnesses. The intention is to scrutinise UK-Brazil relations in the context of three discrete areas of Brazilian policy which will directly impact on the UK’s interests – namely energy security, criminality, and the environment and climate change.
The session will be held on Wednesday 27 April 2011 at 2.30 pm in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House.
At 2.30 pm:
- Paul Domjan, Director, John Howell and Company Ltd.;
- Neil Atkinson, Director, Energy and Utilities Research & Analysis, Datamonitor, and
- Dr Frank Rosillo-Calle, Honorary Research Fellow, Imperial College London
At approximately 3.15 pm:
- Mark Bishop, Head of Strategy, Co-ordination & Development, International Department, Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA)
At approximately 3.45 pm:
- David Norman, Director of Campaigns, and
- Sandra Charity, Head of Forest Programmes, WWF-UK