Select Committee on Foreign Affairs Ninth Report


Additional memoranda have been received by the following and have been reported to the House, but to save printing costs they have not been printed and copies have been placed in the House of Commons Library where they may be inspected by Members. Other copies are in the Record Office, House of Lords, and are available to the public for inspection. Requests for inspection should be addressed to the Record Office, House of Lords, London, SW1. (Tel 020 7219 3074). Hours of inspection are from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on Mondays to Fridays.
1.International Alert: Humanitarian Action and Private Security Companies - Opening the Debate, by Tony Vaux, Chris Seiple, Greg Nakano and Koenraad Van Brabant, May 2002
2.International Alert: The Politicisation of Humanitarian Action and Staff Security: The Use of Private Military Companies by Humanitarian Agencies, International Workshop Summary Report, December 2001
3.International Alert: Regulating Private Military Companies: options for the UK Government, by Chaloka Beyani and Damian Lily
4.International Alert: The Privatisation of Security: Framing a Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding Policy Agenda, May 2001
5.International Alert: The Privatisation of Security and Peacebuilding: A framework for action, by Damian Lilly, September 2000
6.International Alert: The Mercenary Issue at the UN Commission on Human Rights: The need for a new approach, by Leonard Gaultier, Garine Hovsepian, Ayesha Ramachandran, Ian Wadley and Badr Zerhdoud of The Institute of International Studies, Geneva, January 2000

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