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Oral evidence transcripts

Tech and the future of UK foreign policy

Total results 9 (page 1 of 1)
1 March 2022
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Amanda Milling, Professor Charlotte Watts (Chief Scientific Adviser and Director for Research and Evidence at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office), and Chris Jones (Director, Delivery and Analysis at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
11 January 2022
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses John Hughes (Global Head of Geopolitical and Economic Public Policy Strategy at Twitter), and Miranda Sissons (Global Director of Human Rights at Meta)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
11 January 2022
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Sarah Spencer (Digital Specialist Consultant and Digital Threats Advisor at International Committee of the Red Cross), and Balthasar Staehelin (Director for Digital Transformation and Data at International Committee of the Red Cross)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
2 November 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Joe Westby (Deputy Director, Amnesty Tech at Amnesty International), David Sullivan (Executive Director at Digital Trust & Safety Partnership), and Jason Pielemeier (Deputy Director at Global Network Initiative)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
2 November 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Katie O'Donovan (Public Policy Manager at Google UK)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
7 September 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Martijn Rasser (Director, Technology and National Security Program at Center for a New American Security (CNAS)), and Ulrike Franke (Senior Policy Fellow at European Council on Foreign Relations)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
7 September 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Anne-Marie Engtoft Larsen (Tech Ambassador at Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark), and Tobias Feakin (Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology at Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
29 June 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Toomas Ilves (Former President of Estonia), Ashish Jaiman (Director of Technology Operations at Microsoft), and Hugh Milward (General Manager, Corporate, External and Legal Affairs at Microsoft)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
29 June 2021
Inquiry Tech and the future of UK foreign policy
Witnesses Ria Thomas (Managing Director at Polynia Advisory), and Harriet Moynihan (Senior Research Fellow at the International Law Programme at Chatham House)
Committees Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
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