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Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach

Inquiry

The aim of this inquiry is to consider the effectiveness of the UK Government’s approach to atrocity prevention, including the Government’s work in promoting dialogue and reconciliation between communities. This inquiry will use the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a case study, looking at the past and to the future.

Terms of reference: Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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24 May 2022
Inquiry Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon (Minister for South Asia, the United Nations and the Commonwealth at Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office), and Leigh Stubblefield (Office for Conflict, Stabilisation and Mediation at Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office)
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
24 May 2022
Inquiry Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses Matthew Field (Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina), and Pete Vowles (Chargé D’Affaires ad interim at the British Embassy Yangon)
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
11 January 2022
Inquiry Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses Savita Pawnday (Executive Director at Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect), and Natalie Samarasinghe (Chief Executive Officer at United Nations Association – UK)
Committees International Development Committee
Oral Evidence
DPA0032 - Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
DPA0030 - Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses US Holocaust Memorial Museum's Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
DPA0031 - Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach
Witnesses Protection Approaches
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: indcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: indcom@parliament.uk, 020 7219 1223/1226 (Inquiry, evidence and General enquiries) / doylem@parliament.uk, 07842 601500 (Media enquiries only)
  • Address: International Development Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA