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Man-made famine in South Sudan And the UN vs NATO

We speak to Save the Children on the ground in Juba, former Vice Chair of the UK’s APPG on Sudan – Lord Ahmed of Rotherham and Vijay Prashad on the history of the UN.

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APPG on Primary Care and Public Health

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Primary Care and Public Health is holding an “inquiry into Managing Demand in Primary Care: the case for a National Strategy”. 46 more words

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APPG on Rare, Genetic and Undiagnosed Conditions

It has been announced this week that Ben Howlett MP, Chair of the APPG on Rare, Genetic and Undiagnosed Conditions, will be leading a Westminster Hall debate on ‘Implementing the UK Strategy for Rare Diseases’ on Tuesday 28 March, from 4.30 – 5.30 p.m. 57 more words

Progress Update #3

It’s all kicking off in the world of TalkPolitics.

Since I last wrote to you, we’ve got involved with two All-Party Parliamentary Groups – Bite the Ballot’s APPG for Democratic Participation, and MyLifeMySay’s APPG for a Better Brexit for Young People. 320 more words

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Meeting on the Financial Efficacy of MATs | APPG

APPG for Education Meeting with Jason Gould, The Education Company Thursday 12th January 2017 at 11.15am On Thursday 12th January, the APPG for Education hosted Jason Gould from The Education Company, to present his research on the financial efficacy of Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs). 22 more words

Financial Efficacy of Multi-Academy Trusts | APPG

On the 12th January 2017, at 11:15am in Room R of Portcullis House, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Education will be meeting to discuss the financial efficacy of Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs). 35 more words

Social tourism in the UK - a short history

Social tourism, as a term, is not well known in the UK and is even less understood. 

But actually helping people access a break is a long-established practice here; indeed, a recent on-line social tourism survey carried out by the University of Nottingham and the University of Exeter of the not-for-profit sector in England and Wales alone showed that upwards of 600 registered charities provided, as part of the help they offer to people, support with breaks and day trips. 1,923 more words