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International Development Cooperation after Brexit

Inquiry

This inquiry will consider the impact of Brexit on UK-EU international development cooperation. It will cover:

The reasons for and against cooperation in specific areas

Formal and informal arrangements through which the UK could continue to cooperate with the EU

The impact of Brexit on UK-based NGOs

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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30 January 2020
Inquiry International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Bond, and European Centre for Development Policy Management
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Oral Evidence
23 January 2020
Inquiry International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Center for Global Development, and Simon Maxwell (Emeritus Fellow at Institute of Development Studies)
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Oral Evidence
15 November 2018
Inquiry International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Omar Al Nahar, and Said Tayeb Jawad
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Oral Evidence
ZIN0014 - International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Roberta Guerrina (Professor of Politics at University of Bristol), Nadine Ansorg, Toni Haastrup, and Katharine A.M. Wright
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Written Evidence
ZIN0015 - International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Paul Abernethy (Government Relations Adviser at Bond)
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Written Evidence
ZIN0016 - International Development Cooperation after Brexit
Witnesses Ruth Price (Advocacy Officer at International Rescue Committee)
Committees EU External Affairs Sub-Committee
Written Evidence