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Foreign Office appoints two governors to Westminster Foundation for Democracy

Two independent Governors have been appointed to the Board of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy.

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The two new governors started their three year term on 21 February 2010.

The appointed governors are:

  • Mr John Osmond, independent director, Trustee of Compaid and Justice of the Peace
  • Ms Bronwen Manby, Senior Programme adviser for Africa, Open Society Foundation

Governors serve for a term of three years, with the possibility of re-appointment for up to two further three-year terms. The appointments are unpaid.

The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) is a non-departmental public body funded by the Foreign Office. It supports the development of political parties and democratic institutions around the world, working with and through all the Westminster-based political parties, both on a sister party and cross-party basis. It works in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia as well as Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

Published 10 March 2011