During the week of 29 April, the senior Clerk of the legislature of St Helena, Gilly Francis, visited Westminster as part of a study tour to explore the practices and procedures of the UK Houses of Parliament.
From 22-24 April 2013, CPA UK arranged a programme for Hon. K H Horton JP MP, Speaker of the House of Assembly of Bermuda, and Mrs Shernette Wolffe, Clerk of the House, in the Houses of Parliament.
From 15-19 April 2013, CPA UK hosted a professional development programme, the first of its kind, for eighteen women parliamentarians and two parliamentary staff from the legislatures of Ghana, Sierra Leone and Zambia.
A senior delegation of parliamentarians and parliamentary officials representing Tanzania’s Parliamentary Services Commission visited Westminster 26-27 March 2013.
As part of a wider programme facilitated by the House of Lords and House of Commons Overseas Offices, on Wednesday 6 March CPA UK organised an afternoon programme for members of the Standing Committee on Security, Constitutional & Legal Affairs from the Namibian National Council.
The Speaker of the National Assembly of Quebec, Hon. Jacques Chagnon MNA, visited the Parliament of Westminster 28 February-1 March 2013.
On Wednesday 27 February 2013, a group of Sri Lankan young parliamentarians (under 40 years of age) visited Westminster for a programme designed to explore models of governance and democracy in the UK.
On the morning of 4 February 2013, ten Members, including four Ministers, and two Clerks from the Parliament of Trinidad & Tobago visited Westminster as part of a study tour in the UK exploring the committee system.
On 21 and 22 January 2013, a group of five Canadian MPs and Senators visited the UK to explore constitutional arrangements arising from the Edinburgh Agreement.
On 15 and 16 January 2013, five Members and three Committee staff from the Parliament of Botswana undertook a programme designed by CPA UK to increase their capacity in the scrutiny of the executive.
CPA UK conducted a two-day programme for twelve parliamentarians from Trinidad and Tobago and Uganda, to discuss parliamentary oversight of public accounts.
From 27-29 November 2012 the newly established Ugandan Parliamentary Human Rights Committee visited Westminster for meetings with their UK counterparts and for briefings on the work of parliamentary committees.
In November CPA UK hosted the President of the Senate, Hon. John Hogg and Members of the Australian Parliament for a week-long programme at Westminster, Holyrood and Glasgow.
From 30 October-1 November 2012, the Speaker of the National Assembly of Guyana visited Westminster accompanied by a high-level delegation, in a programmed arranged by CPA UK working in partnership with the British High Commission Georgetown.
On Thursday 25 October CPA UK hosted a short programme for members of the Tanzanian Committee on Constitutional, Legal and Public Administration.
Three MPs from the Parliament of Uganda, led by Hon. Godfrey Lubega MP and accompanied by one official, visited the UK 22-25 October 2012 to discuss the development of agriculture policy in Uganda with UK parliamentarians and development experts.
Members of the Bangladesh Parliament’s financial oversight committees visited the UK from 16-18 October for a programme examining parliamentary scrutiny of public expenditure.
From 16-17 October 2012, CPA UK hosted a programme for newly-elected Members of the States of Guernsey, to serve as an in-depth introduction to the Westminster system.
On Monday 15 October, Members of the Indian Parliament attended a roundtable session with UK colleagues on issues of Indo-British interest at the Houses of Parliament.
CPA UK, in partnership with the British High Commissions in Accra and Freetown and The Westminster Foundation For Democracy, hosted the second phase in its training programme for Clerks from the Parliament of Sierra Leone, who were joined by Ghanaian colleagues, from 3-7 September 2012 in Westminster.
From 10-11 July 2012, CPA UK hosted a programme examining comparative parliamentary processes for three members of the Ntlo ya Dikgosi (House of Chiefs) of Botswana.
CPA UK hosted the Parliamentary Committee on National Security from the Parliament of Pakistan from 3-5 July 2012, in a programme organised in collaboration with the British High Commission, Islamabad and Pakistan Institute for Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT).
On Tuesday 26 June 2012, CPA UK hosted a programme for the Finance and Budget Committee of the National Assembly of Cameroon.
From 14-19 May, CPA UK hosted a delegation of eight women members from the Parliaments of Afghanistan and Pakistan for a trilateral programme with UK colleagues that focused on women’s participation in politics, gender diversity and forced marriage.
On Tuesday 1 May 2012, Hon. Dr Guy Scott, Vice-President of Zambia, gave a talk to MPs and peers in Westminster in a visit coordinated by the Zambia and Malawi and Agriculture and Food for Development APPGs in collaboration with CPA UK.
From 24-25 April 2012 CPA UK facilitated a two-day programme in Parliament for a delegation composed of Zimbabwean professional fellows, who visited Westminster as part of the Commonwealth Professional Fellowship Scheme.
Working as part of the Westminster Consortium (TWC), on Wednesday 18 April 2012 CPA UK hosted a delegation of members and officials from the Ukraine Parliament on a study tour to the UK.
From 16-20 April, CPA UK hosted a capacity-building programme for a delegation of research staff from the Parliament of Rwanda.
On Monday 12 March 2012, the Hon. Wade Mark MP, Speaker of the House of Representatives of Trinidad & Tobago, visited Parliament to meet with UK colleagues and to attend the Commonwealth Day Observance Ceremony in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen in Westminster Abbey.
From 29 February-2 March, CPA UK hosted a delegation of newly-elected Members of the House of Keys, the lower chamber of the Isle of Man Tynwald.
On 29 February 2012, CPA UK hosted a delegation of senior Members of the Lok Sabha of India for a half-day parliamentary diplomacy programme.
On 22 February 2012, CPA UK hosted a visit of the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) on Electoral Reform of the Parliament of Malaysia.
On 22 February 2012, CPA UK held an open forum for the Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, Hon. Andrew Scheer MP, to meet with UK colleagues.
From 6 – 8 February, CPA UK hosted a delegation of 3 MPs and one Clerk from the Committee on Rules, Privileges and Discipline of the Parliament of Uganda, led by the Chair of the Committee Hon. Fox Odoi Oywelowo MP.
From 30 January-2 February 2012, CPA UK hosted two delegations of Whips for a multilateral programme designed to explore the role of the Whip in Ghana, Kenya and the UK.
From 23-27 January 2012, CPA UK hosted a delegation of eleven women MPs from the Parliament of Tanzania, in a programme designed to further their professional development.
On 16 and 17 January 2012, Hon. Justice Dr Patrick Matibini SC MP, Speaker of the National Assembly of Zambia, visited the Houses of Parliament to engage with UK colleagues.