The FCO's human rights work in 2013 - Foreign Affairs Committee Contents


Published written evidence


The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the Committee's website at www.parliament.uk/facom.HRS numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

1  Abcolombia (HRS0023)

2  Adalah Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel (HRS0026)

3  Aigerim Dzhakisheva (HRS0022)

4  Amnesty International UK (HRS0019)

5  Burma Campaign UK (HRS0014)

6  Campaign against Arms Trade (HRS0016)

7  Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales and the Church of England's Mission and Public Affairs Council (HRS0033)

8  Christian Solidarity Worldwide (Csw) (HRS0024)

9  Coalition of NGOs (HRS0029)

10  Core (Corporate Responsibility Coalition) (HRS0003)

11  Dr Hilary Tyrrell (HRS0011)

12  Dr Oz Hassan (HRS0006)

13  ECPAT UK (HRS0018)

14  Foreign and Commonwealth Office (HRS0034)

15  Foreign and Commonwealth Office (HRS0035)

16  Foreign and Commonwealth Office (HRS0036)

17  Friends of Hazaras (HRS0009)

18  Global Tamil Forum (HRS0020)

19  Human Rights Watch (HRS0013)

20  Israeli Committee against House Demolitions (Icahd) Uk (HRS0025)

21  Jews for Justice for Palestinians (HRS0007)

22  Kachin National Organization (HRS0010)

23  Lawyers for Justice in Libya (HRS0028)

24  Liberal Democrat Friends of Palestine (HRS0021)

25  Pen International (HRS0015)

26  Philip Nixon (HRS0012)

27  Prisoners Abroad (HRS0017)

28  Professor Malcolm Evans (HRS0037)

29  The Redress Trust (Redress) (HRS0030)

30  Unicef UK (HRS0027)

31  United Nations Association - UK (HRS0032)

32  Womankind Worldwide (HRS0002)

33  Women's League of Burma (HRS0005)



 
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