CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT: PEACEBUILDING AND POST-CONFLICT RECONSTRUCTION
Announcement of evidence session
Tuesday 4 July 2006, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster
On Thursday 1 December 2005 the International Development Committee announced an inquiry into Conflict and Development: peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction. The main purpose of the inquiry is to examine the effectiveness and external coherence of the UK's peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction policies.
This is the final evidence session of the Conflict and Development inquiry, which will focus on the UN Panel on the illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
At 3.30 p.m.: Patrick Alley, Director, Global Witness, and Tricia Feeney, Executive Director, Rights and Accountability in Development (RAID)
At 4.30 p.m.: Mr Ketan Kotecha, Afrimex (U.K.) Ltd.
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The membership of the Committee is as follows: Malcolm Bruce MP (Chairman, Lib Dem), John Barrett MP (Lib Dem), John Battle MP (Lab), John Bercow MP (Con), Hugh Bayley MP (Lab), Richard Burden MP (Lab), Mr Quentin Davies MP (Con), Mr Jeremy Hunt MP (Con), Ann McKechin MP (Lab), Joan Ruddock MP (Lab), Mr Marsha Singh (Lab).
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