Welsh Affairs Committee

Session 02-03
6 March 2003 EMPOWERING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN WALES


Session 02-03
6 March 2003 EMPOWERING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN WALES

FUTURE ORAL EVIDENCE SESSIONS

WEDNESDAY 19 MARCH AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

3.15 pm Electoral Reform Society;

Followed by Electoral Commission;

Children and Young People's Unit.

WEDNESDAY 26 MARCH AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

3.00 pm Voices from Care (Cymru);

Followed by The Howard League for Penal Reform;

Youth Justice Board for England and Wales;

NACRO Cymru.

MONDAY 31 MARCH IN COMMITTEE ROOM 1, NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WALES

1.45 pm Children's Commissioner for Wales and the Disability Rights Commissioner for Wales;

Followed by Connexions;

Dr Howard Williamson, Cardiff University;

End Child Poverty Network Cymru.

WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL AT THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

3.00 pm Funky Dragon, the Children and Young People's Assembly for Wales;

Followed by Professor Gill Jones, Keele University and Dr Roger Scully, University of Wales, Aberystwyth;

UNISON.


The meetings will be open to the public.  They will take place in a Committee Room either in the Palace of Westminster or in Portcullis House or otherwise stated.  Those wishing to attend should confirm the venue by calling the House of Commons Committee Information Line on 020 7219 2033 on the day before the hearing.

The terms of reference for the inquiry can be found in  press notice dated 16 October 2002 (session 2001- 02.  (This, together with other information about the Committee's work, is available on the Committee's Homepage at: http://www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/welsh_affairs_committee.cfm)

The Committee intends to publish the transcript of these meetings on its Homepage approximately two weeks after each meeting.

For further information about the work of the Committee, please contact Paul Derrett, Assistant to the Committee, on 020 7219 3264 or e-mail [email protected]


Membership of the Committee: Mr Martyn Jones MP (Chairman),  Mr Martin Caton MP, Mr Huw Edwards MP, Dr Hywel Francis MP, Ms Julie Morgan MP, Mr Albert Owen MP, Mr Adam Price MP, Mr Mark Prisk MP, Mr Bill Wiggin MP, Mrs Betty Williams MP and Mr Roger Williams MP.