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The Foreign Affairs Committee has concluded its inquiry into the FCO's Human Rights Work 2010-11; the Committee's Report and the Government Response have been published.
The Committee's Report on The FCO’s Human Rights Work 2010-11 was published on Wednesday 20 July 2011 as the Committee’s Eighth Report of Session 2010-12, HC 964.
Additional written evidence has also been published.
The Government’s Response (Cm 8169) was published in September 2011.
The events of the 'Arab Spring' should stand as a reminder to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) that failing to take a stronger and more consistent stance against human rights violations by overseas regimes can carry risks for the UK
Report to be published on Wednesday 20 July 2011
Foreign Affairs Committee to question Minister about the FCO's human rights work
The Foreign Affairs Committee has announced a new inquiry into the FCO's human rights work 2010-11
Additional written evidence
Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence