Strengthening governance and the rule of law in Africa

04 March 2009

The Earl of Sandwich (Crossbench) will call attention to the strengthening of governance and the rule of law in Africa in a debate this Thursday, 5 March, in the House of Lords.

Other Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench); Chairman of the United Nations Association
  • Lord Luce (Crossbench); Former Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and former District officer, Kenya
  • Lord Parekh (Labour); politics academic
  • Baroness Rawlings (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for International development and for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Lord St John of Bletso (Crossbench); studied and practised Law in South Africa
  • Baroness Verma (Conservative); Opposition Whip, political interest in overseas development
  • Lord Malloch-Brown (Labour); Minister of State and Government spokesperson, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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