In the second of the BSN news year compilations, we take a look at the continual work by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office over 2008 to help promote and improve human rights.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II delivers her annual Christmas message to the peoples of the Commonwealth.
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Tony Pearce, Director-General of Emergency Management Australia, discusses natural disasters' threats to national security, Emergency Management Australia's role in relation to managing natural risks to the community and environment and the Commonwealth relationship with the police, ambulance and fire services.
He is a speaker at the National Security Australia 2009 conference in Sydney on the 23rd and 24th of March 2009.
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The Gaza situation- and the choices available to push for a ceasefire there- has dominated questions to Foreign and Commonwealth Office Ministers in the House of Commons. BSN has a summary of the debate.
The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Mr.Bill Rammell, says any ceasefire in Gaza must be followed by an enduring peace settlement; otherwise the Middle East will “stumble” into another crisis.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown opens an all party debate in the House of Lords on the present political and humanitarian situation in Gaza.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, leads an inter-parliamentary coalition conference in London today on best ways to combat anti-semitism.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, has been outlining the aims, ambitions and global importance of the forthcoming G-20 London Summit in early April.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Europe Minister, Ms. Caroline Flint, has been speaking on Cyprus – and the need to find a long term political solution for the future of the island.
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nella realizzazione di impianti fotovoltaici, che ha gentilmente prodotto il pannello ultraleggero.
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The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Ms.Gillian Merron, has been speaking about the growing strong relationships between Britain and Latin America and the relevance and importance of such social and economic ties.
The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, speaks today about the challenges facing the G-20 economic summit, to be held in London next month.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, has been speaking of the need for an effective well resourced global health care system; he says this will come under discussion at the G-20 economic summit next month.
The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office hosts a Lancaster House reception to say thank you for civilians and civil servants who have helped in the recent social and economic redevelopment of Afghanistan.
The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office Minister, Lord Mark-Brown, spells out the key challenges and multiple perspectives for the G-20 Summit. He’s speaking today at the independent think-tank organisation, Chatham House.
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A captivating, loveable novel of stunning originality and
poignancy about a 12-year-old genius mapmaker: set to be
an international bestseller.
Sold at auction in 18 countries and counting, THE SELECTED
WORKS OF T.S. SPIVET is a novel like no other. Harvill Secker
fought off bids from eight other UK publishers to acquire UK &
Commonwealth rights to Reif Larsen’s hugely original debut.
Stuart Williams, Senior Editor at Harvill Secker said, ‘It is a
perfect gem of a novel, a true one-off that defies comparisons
which will delight a huge range of readers.’
T.S. Spivet is a 12-year-old genius mapmaker who lives on a ranch in Montana. His
father is a silent cowboy and his mother is a scientist who for the last twenty years has
been looking for a mythical species of beetle. His brother has gone, his sister seems
normal but might not be, and his dog – Verywell – is going mad.
It’s odd, but then families are. T.S. makes sense of it all by drawing beautiful,
meticulous maps kept in innumerable colour-coded notebooks: maps of the
countryside, maps of his family’s behaviour, maps of animal and plant life. He is
brilliant, and the Smithsonian Institution agrees, though when they telephone with
news that he has won a major scientific prize they don’t suspect for a minute that he
is twelve years old.
So begins T.S.’s life-changing adventure, fleeing in the dead of night, riding freight
trains two thousand miles across America – how else do 12-year-olds get to
Washington D.C.? – to reach the awards dinner, the fame, the secret-society
membership and the TV appearances that beckon. But is this what he wants? Do
maps and lists explain the world? And why are adults so strange?
The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet is a story like no other: exhilarating, funny, endlessly
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small, and about how on earth a boy with a telescope, four compasses and a
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