Speech by the British Ambassador to the Holy See Nigel Baker at The Bishop Dunn Memorial Lecture, Durham, 4 March 2015
UK expats – Don’t miss out, you may be able to vote in the General Election says Electoral Commission.
Baroness Anelay, Minister of State at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, will visit the Holy See on 3 December 2014
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II meets Pope Francis at the Vatican
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The Holy See has a global reach and influence. We are Britain’s main contact with the governance of the global Catholic Church, working with them in areas of mutual interest, including global issues such as human rights, climate change and disarmament, and also conflict reduction in fragile countries and regions.
We are engaging with Holy See's unrivalled global network on vital issues such as human trafficking and fight against the Ebola virus Read more.
Our Embassy and the Holy See discuss regional conflicts, including Middle East and Africa, to bring about peace and security Read more.
We work with Holy See and Catholic networks and NGOs to fight poverty and inequality, and to address climate change Read more.
Inter-religious dialogue is key to world’s peaceful co-existence. We engage with Holy See and are keen to deepen this Read more.
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