A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Stephen Rothwell O'Brien (born 1 April 1957) is a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom. He is to be the new United Nations Under Secretary-General for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator, succeeding Valerie Amos. [1]
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December 2010

Met with International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED) for Introduction to the work of IIED and discuss climate change in development. [2]

Met with Wellcome Trust to discuss areas of shared interest in global health research. [2]

Met with UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET) for Introduction meeting to the work of UKFIET. [2]

Met with GlaxoSmithKline UK for discussion on access to medicines in developing countries. [2]

Met with Concern Universal for update on the work of Concern Universal and discuss the role of the private sector in development. [2]

Met with BBC World Service for update on the work of BBC World Service, in particular in Africa. [2]

November 2010

Met with UNICEF for Introduction to UNICEF's work and discuss the impact of water and sanitation on the MDGs. [2]

October 2010

Met with Acumen Fund for Introduction meeting and to discuss the work of Acumen Fund. [2]

Met with Plan UK for update on the work of Plan UK. [2]

July 2010

Met with Wateraid to discuss Water and Sanitation. [3]

Met with Commonwealth Business Council to discuss CBC's work in developing countries. [3]

Met with Stop AIDS Campaign to discuss Access to HIV treatment, prevention, care and support. [3]

Met with Consumer Unity and Trust Society to discuss work of CUTS. [3]

June 2010

Met with Global Malaria Programme, WHO to discuss Control and elimination of malaria. [3]

Met with British Volunteers Agency Liaison Group, Progressio, VSO, Skillshare, Student Partnerships Worldwide, and International Service to discuss Intro meeting with BVALG members (Progressio, VSO, skillshare, Student Partnerships Worldwide, International Service). [3]