Joint Committee On Human Rights Sixth Report


The following Minutes of Evidence were printed with the Twenty-second Report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights, Session 2001-02, The Case for a Human Rights Commission: Interim Report, HL Paper 160/HC 1142.

Monday 22 April 2002

Rt Hon Lord Irvine of Lairg, QC, a Member of the House of Lords, Lord High Chancellor, Mr Mark de Pulford, Head of the Human Rights Division, and

Mr Richard Heaton, Member of the Legal Adviser's Group, Lord Chancellor's Department  Ev 1

Tuesday 7 May 2002

Hon Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and

Mr Kevin Boyle, Senior Adviser, OHCHR  Ev 12

Monday 13 May 2002

Mr Michael Leadbetter, President, Association of Directors of Social Services

and Director of Social Services, Essex County Council  Ev 23

Mr Chris Waterman, General Secretary, Association of Chief Education

Officers and Secretary, Society of Education Officers  Ev 28

Mr Peter Newell, Chair, Children's Rights Alliance for England  Ev 32

Monday 20 May 2002

Mrs Barbara Roche, a Member of the House of Commons, Minister of State,

Cabinet Office  Ev 38

Monday 10 June 2002

Fred Tyson Brown, Andy Butler, James Sweeney, CRAE's Right Here,

Right Now Programme; Diana Savickaja, Joel Semakula, Gbemi Sodimu,

CRAE's London Children's Commissioner Project  Ev 52

Professor David Hall, President, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health  Ev 59

Monday 17 June 2002

Professor Tim Brighouse, Chief Education Officer, Birmingham City Council  Ev 64

Ms Ester Rantzen, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Ms Carole Easton,

Chief Executive, Childline   Ev 69

Monday 1 July 2002

Mr Gurbux Singh, Chairman, Commission for Racial Equality; Mr Bert Massie, Chairman, Disability Rights Commission; Ms Julie Mellor, Chair, and Ms Jenny Watson, Deputy Chair, Equal Opportunities Commission  Ev 75

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