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Feature image for:  THREE BISHOPS AND A PASTORAL FRATERNITYOver the last few weeks I have been reminded of the significance of the churches in Turks and Caicos to so many people here. I had the good fortune to meet no less than three bishops – from the Church of God of Prophesy, Anglican and Catholic – who were visiting Grand Turk or Providenciales, and I also saw again the Pastoral Fraternity in … Read more »THREE BISHOPS AND A PASTORAL FRATERNITY

Blogger: Peter Beckingham

UNSCR 1325 in practice: Women in the military

Feature image for:  UNSCR 1325 in practice: Women in the militaryOne of the themes of this year’s NATO week was UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.  On November 13 the MFA hosted a roundtable on Armenia’s approach to UNSCR 1325, with stakeholders from government (MFA, MOD, Ministry of Social Affairs, PM’s office), international organisations and NGOs.  One of the themes of … Read more »UNSCR 1325 in practice: Women in the military

Blogger: UK in Armenia

2015-2016 Bidding Round: Key Dates

Feature image for:  2015-2016 Bidding Round: Key DatesAs we look ahead to the open call for bids on the 24th November 2014, I’d like to share with you the key dates for the diary for the 2015-2016 SE Asia Prosperity Fund.   More information on the open call will go live on the GOV.UK website on the 24th November, including information on how to bid, submission forms and FAQs. We will … Read more »2015-2016 Bidding Round: Key Dates

Blogger: Southeast Asia Prosperity Fund

Lest we forget

Feature image for:  Lest we forgetIt was a privilege for me to lay a wreath last Sunday at the Bucharest War Cemetery in Tâncăbeşti, on behalf of the British Government, in a ceremony honouring the British and Commonwealth servicemen and women killed in the First World War and more recent conflicts, as well as those from other countries who gave their lives in fighting against … Read more »Lest we forget

Blogger: Paul Brummell