Register Of All-Party Groups [as at 30 March 2015] Explosive Weapons of Conflict including Landmines

TITLE

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Explosive Weapons of Conflict including Landmines

 

PURPOSE

To promote greater awareness of the problem of landmines and other unexploded weapons of conflict, in response to an ongoing problem around the world, particularly in those poor and developing countries who are struggling to recover from devastating periods of conflict. To draw attention to the humanitarian consequences of the manufacture and use of landmines and cluster munitions and to raise the profile of the humanitarian benefits of mine and other unexploded ordnance clearance, campaigning for appropriate policy change and acting as a focal point for debate and the exchange of ideas, views and information.

 

OFFICERS

 

Title

Name

Party

Chair

Vice-Chairs

 

 

 

 

Treasurer

Secretary

Pauline Latham

Jeremy Lefroy

Lord Ramsbotham

Martin Caton

Mark Durkan

Caroline Dinenage

Dr Matthew Offord

Lord Williams of Baglan

Con

Con

CB
Lab

SDLP

Con

Con

CB

 

TWENTY QUALIFYING MEMBERS

 

Government Party

Main Opposition Party

Other

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Julian Brazier – Con

Caroline Dinenage – Con

Lord Elton - Con

Mark Pritchard – Con

Pauline Latham – Con

Jeremy Lefroy – Con

Sir Peter Bottomley- Con

Lord Redesdale - LD

Lord Steel of Aikwood - LD

Dr Matthew Offord – Con

Lord Dubs

Kevin Barron

Richard Burden

Hilary Benn

Martin Caton

Fabian Hamilton

Michael McCann

 

 

Baroness Cox

Lord Ramsbotham

Mark Durkan

 

CB

CB

SDLP

 

CONTACT DETAILS FOR CORRESPONDENCE AND GENERAL ENQUIRIES ABOUT THE GROUP

Mrs Pauline Latham MP, House of Commons, London SW1A OAA. Tel: 020 7219 7110

BENEFITS RECEIVED BY GROUP FROM SOURCES OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT

Mr Nigel Ellway acts as the group’s secretariat in a personal and unpaid capacity. Tel: 07586 329335 Email: [email protected]

DATE OF GROUP’S LAST REGISTERED ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

3 November 2014

CATEGORY OF GROUP

All-Party Parliamentary Subject Group.

 

 

Prepared 1st April 2015