Posts: Access and inclusion
Today’s briefing focusses on Paralympic readiness with speakers: Sports Minister – Hugh Robertson MP, Mayor of London – Boris Johnson, TfL Commissioner – Peter Hendy, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner – Chris Allison and LOCOG CEO – Paul Deighton.
In the week running up to the Paralympic Games, four National Flames will travel from the four home nations to ultimately create the Paralympic Flame.
The Committee met today to discuss the Paralympic Games. The meeting was chaired by the Prime Minister.
The flag of the Paralympics – officially called the Agitos – is now flying over Downing Street.
A short summary of why London 2012 has been a GREAT Games.
Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt today celebrated the Paralympics-spirit when he joined athletes from Morocco, Pakistan, the DRC and Senegal. The athletes are training at the University of Bedfordshire ahead of the Games, which begin on 29 August.
The Cabinet Committee met today to discuss the Olympic Games. This morning’s meeting was chaired by Jeremy Hunt.
The Cabinet Committee met today to discuss the Olympic Games. The meeting was chaired by the Prime Minister.
In an FCO film launched today, Director of Regent’s Park Mosque Dr Ahmed Al-Dubayan and LOCOG Head of Multi-Faith Chaplaincy Rev Duncan Green discuss the facilities being offered to those observing Ramadan during the London 2012 Games.
The Foreign Office, its embassies and high commissions around the world are today marking 100 days until the London 2012 Paralympic Games.