Witnesses (page numbers refer to Vol III)
Mr Ben Ward, Counsel, Human Rights Watch, Mr Les
Levidow, Campaign against Criminalising Communities, Mr Gerry
Gable, Publisher, Searchlight, and Mr Paul Donovan, journalist.
Tuesday 16 November 2004
Mr Henry Grunwald QC, President, and Mr Michael Whine,
Defence Director, the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Mr Sadiq
Khan, Chair, and Mr Khalid Sofi, Secretary, Legal Affairs Committee,
the Muslim Council of Britain, and Mr Jagdeesh Singh, the Sikh
Community Action Network.
Tuesday 14 December 2004
Mr Christopher Jones, Policy Adviser for Home Affairs,
and Canon Guy Wilkinson, Interfaith Relations Adviser, Church
of England, Dr Don Horrocks, Head of Public Affairs, Evangelical
Alliance, Rev Katei Kirby, African and Caribbean Evangelical Alliance,
and Mr Richard Zipfel, Department for Christian Responsibility
and Citizenship, and Father Philip Sumner, Parish Priest, Oldham,
Catholic Bishops Conference.
Ms Samar Mashadi, Director, and Mr Imran Khan, Forum
Against Islamophobia and Racism, and Mr Ramesh Kallidai, General
Secretary, and Mr Venilal Vaghela, Vice President, the Hindu Forum
Mr Danny Stone, Campaigns Organiser, and Ms Luciana
Berger, member of NUS National Executive, Union of Jewish Students,
and Mr Raja Miah MBE, Senior Officer, Ms Carolyn Gomm, Training
Officer, Ms Josie Tyas and Ms Karine Bailey, PeaceMaker.
Tuesday 11 January 2005
Mr Bob Satchwell, Executive Director, Society of
Editors, and Mr Robin Esser, Executive Managing Editor, Daily
Mail, and Mr Mark Easton, Home Editor, and Ms Claire Powell, Chief
Adviser, Editorial Policy, BBC.
Tuesday 25 January 2005
Chief Constable Matthew Baggott, Second Vice-President
of ACPO and Lead on Race and Diversity, and Assistant Chief Constable
Robert Beckley, Lead on Faith, Member of Terrorism and Allied
Matters Team, ACPO, Detective Superintendent David Tucker, Metropolitan
Police, Mr Ken Macdonald QC, Director of Public Prosecutions,
and Mr Nick Hardwick, Chair, Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Thursday 10 February 2005
Mr Darra Singh, Chief Executive, Luton Borough Council,
Mr Zafar Khan, Chairman, Luton Council of Faiths, Chief Superintendent
Ivor Twydell, Bedfordshire Police, Dr Nazia Khanum, Director,
Equality in Diversity, and Mr Tahir Khan, Adviser, Bangladesh
Tuesday 1 March 2005
Ms Hazel Blears MP, Minister of State for Crime Reduction,
Policing, Community Safety and Counter-Terrorism, Mr Bob Whalley,
Director, Counter-terrorism and Intelligence, Mr Tony Lord, Crime
Reduction and Community Safety Group, and Ms Judith Lempriere,
Head, Cohesion and Faiths Unit, Home Office