Amnesty International give evidence on FCO's human rights work

21 May 2012

This is the first of two evidence sessions for the Committee’s inquiry into the FCO’s human rights work in 2011.

The terms of reference were announced on 30 April 2012, the day on which the FCO published its “annual report” on human rights: Human Rights and democracy: The 2011 Foreign and Commonwealth Office Report.

The purpose of the session will be to hear from two leading NGOs on the form and content of the FCO’s 2011 Human Rights Report, and to examine some of the main developments in the FCO’s human rights policy in 2011.


Tuesday 22 May 2012, Committee Room 18

At 10.45 am

  • Jeremy Croft, Head of Policy and Government Affairs, Amnesty International UK
  • David Mepham, UK Director, Human Rights Watch

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