Publication of oral evidence heard on
Iraq: The role of humanitarian agencies in post-conflict situations
On Wednesday 14 July 2004, the International Development Committee held an oral evidence session with
Sir Jeremy Greenstock, GCMG, former UK Permanent Representative at the United Nations and former UK Special Representative for Iraq, focusing on Iraq: The role of humanitarian agencies in post-conflict situations. This evidence will now be published on
Thursday 14 October at
11.00 a.m. as
The Committee has recently announced an inquiry into
Development Assistance in Iraq, to which it has invited written evidence. Please see
Press Notice 37 for further information:
Copies of the Oral Evidence can be ordered from The Stationery Office (Tel: 0845 702 3474) or from the Parliamentary Bookshop (Tel: 020 7219 3890) or can be viewed on our website from 3.00 p.m. on the day of publication at:
11.00 a.m. on
14 October, the evidence will be available for collection by Government Departments, witnesses and the press from the Reception Desk at 7 Millbank, London SW1P 3JA and from the Press Gallery.
Enquiries to Katie Phelan, Committee Assistant, on 020 7219 1221.
Reports and press notices issued by the International Development Committee are available on the Parliamentary website:
membership of the Committee is as follows: Tony Baldry (Chairman) (Conservative), John Barrett (Liberal Democrat), Mr John Battle (Labour), Hugh Bayley (Labour), Ann Clwyd (Labour), Mr Tony Colman (Labour), Mr Quentin Davies (Conservative); Mr Piara S. Khabra (Labour), Chris McCafferty (Labour), Mr Andrew Robathan (Conservative) and Tony Worthington (Labour).