Armed Conflict: Sexual Offences:Written question - 225994


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Asked on: 03 March 2015
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Armed Conflict: Sexual Offences
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, how many (a) full-time UK-based and (b) locally-engaged staff in his Department are working to support the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative in (i) London and (ii) overseas; and if he will make a statement.
Answered by: James Duddridge
Answered on: 06 March 2015

There are seven full time members of staff working in the London based Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) team. The team is supported by colleagues from geographic and thematic desks whose portfolios cover PSVI issues. In addition the team works closely with other government departments including Stabilisation Unit and DFID. It is not possible to provide accurate figures of all UK and locally engaged staff around the FCO network who work on PSVI but over the last twelve months the London PSVI team has worked with staff in over eighty posts to take forward PSVI objectives.

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