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Funds raised by the DEC appeal will support the work of the 14 leading UK charities, who are helping to stop the spread of the virus and saving lives in refugee camps.
The Rt Hon Anne-Marie Trevelyan saw today how UK aid is working with the Government of Bangladesh to tackle coronavirus in the country.
Statement by Ambassador Jonathan Allen, UK Charge d' Affaires to the UN, at the Security Council briefing by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees
The government has announced 3 further charter flights from Bangladesh, bringing more than 900 British travellers home to the UK.
More than 20,000 British travellers, on 83 Government charter flights, will return to the UK from across South Asia by 7 May.
An additional 5 charter flights will bring home more than 1,250 British travellers to the UK from Bangladesh.
The charter flights departed for London from Dhaka carrying 264 British travellers.
UK announces 4 charter flights from Bangladesh to take home British travellers.
Today's announcement of support to UK charities and international organisations will make the UK one of the biggest donors to the global response
At the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Minister Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon explained how the UK prioritises promoting and protecting human rights.
British High Commission in Bangladesh led a discussion to convey the UK’s ambition for this year’s COP26 and its growing collaboration with Bangladesh.
UK aid workers have helped millions of people around the world this year.
The UK's Ambassador to the UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivers a statement to the first-ever Global Refugee Forum.
UK Visas and Immigration have today announced plans to make the UK visa process for Bangladeshis safer, more modern and more efficient by introducing the option to use card and online transactions to pay for a UK visa applic…
Baroness Sugg pledges new UK aid for Rohingya refugees and vulnerable Bangladeshi host families during a visit to the region.
Ensuring thousands of Rohingya refugees have access to food, clean water and healthcare, as well as providing increased support for women and girls.
The UK is making available an additional £87 million for sustaining the Rohingya refugee operation in Cox’s Bazar, lifting our contribution from the start of the crisis in August 2017 to a total of £226 million.
UK's International Ambassador for Human Rights, Rita French asked the Council to address UK concerns on human rights violations in Cameron, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong and Bahrain.
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