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Humanitarian Couple of Year Grand Final 16th March 2010 Amsterdam

London, February 24, 2010    We are happy to provide details of the 2010 Humanitarian Couple of the Year Grand Final. These awards recognise outstanding couples working as humanitarian workers around the globe.  This years awards will be held live in Amsterdam on the 16th of March 2010 and simulcast live to 6 world delegate voting and award party venues.  

Each award party venue will have its very own live special artist, party band and DJ to keep the party going long after our humanitarian couple has been chosen. Join us on the night for all the fun. We have an open door policy and plenty of space to accommodate all that want to participate in this very special occasion. Please visit our website  for more details of the awards or follow Inepd International on twitter for more updates

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh

Please Support the Inepd International DFID Audit Response Appeal

London, February 15, 2010    During the past week Inepd International has been subject to a devestating spot audit by the UK governments institutional donor DFID.

DFID auditors have allegedly found more than 7,594,984 shortall in Outs. It is expected that DFID will ask Inepd International to repay these funds. If Inepd International is required to repay the organisation will become insolvent. Inepd International requests the assistance of all thinking men and women who are financially solvent to assist us in this difficult time. With your valuable monetary contribution you can help to save a leading poverty development organisation.

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh

 

Inepd Environmental Activist Detained in Undisclosed Location in Denmark

London, January 3, 2010   Tonight Inepd International is concerned for the safety of Humanitarian Aid Worker Shane Thompson. We believe he is being currently detained in an undisclosed location in Denmark after causing a major security breach at the Copenhagen Climate Summit Cop15.

We call upon authorities involved in the security surrounding Cop15 to release details on his whereabouts. Shane Thompson and fellow Inepd International staff member Shirley de Vries apparently tunneled 400m into the conference centre in Copenhagen.

Inepd International would like to stress that we had no knowledge or condone the actions of Shane Thompson and Shirley de Vries and there activism surrounding Cop15. Inepd International was in no way involved in the planning or funding of these activities. We have offered to help authorities in anyway we can to ensure the safety and protection of these misguided de Waalian activists and their tunneling team.

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh

Inepd International Staff Quaratined in Inepd International London Office

London, September 27, 2009   The life saving humanitarian work of award winning charity Inepd Interntional has been severely compromised due to a suspected outbreak of Mexican llu in its London Headquarters.

On the 22nd the acting head of the Inepd Public Health Department Shirley de Vries noticed 3 suspected cases of Mexican flu. She immediately quarantined all staff in the Inepd International office including two visitors to the office and subsequently a pizza delivery boy.

The situation in the building was described as "dire" by Inepd International's Marketing and Communications Director Mercedes Bligh. She also went on to add that "the conditions we are living under are just ghastly. In the last two days we have only had access to Inepd Fairtrade products. If anyone is reading this please help us to get out of here."

Public Health officials deployed a Cordan Sanitaire immediately on notification of the suspected cases. It is hoped that tests now being undertaken will determine if patients in the ICU situated in the boardroom are in fact carrying the Mexican flu disease.

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh

Inepd International Aidworker Shane Thompson Released from Detention

London, September 6, 2009   Inepd International is pleased to announce that Australian logistic specialist, Shane Thompson has been released from detention on the 4nd of September  in Kinshasa.

The Australian Logistician is in good health and was reportedly treated well in captivity. He has now returned Australia. While incarcerated Shane was able to keep in contact with friends, family and colleagues through a modified iphone which he used to access his twitter account.

Inepd international had been working in the DRC since August 2004. The population living in areas where Inepd International works are lacking in basic necessities. Inepd International is a rights based organisations that believes in both downward and upward accountability to the poor. We seek to bring poverty development and equity justice to those who can't help themselves.

The Inepd International team would like to thank all those who have helped and supported Shane over the last two weeks.

Inepd International has been formed through the amalgamation of 4 non governmental organisations that support developmental and humanitarian programs in 25 countries. By joining hands we are able to mobilise greater resources and speak with a stronger voice on development and humanitarian issues.

 

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh

 

Inepd International Aidworker has been detained in Kinshasa

London, August 29, 2009 An Australian logistic specialist working the DRC Inepd International program has been held in detention in Africa since the 14th August in Kinshasa.

The Australian Logistician is in good health and reportedly being well treated. The logistician and Inped International staff have been in regular contact.

Inepd international had been working in the DRC since August 2004. The population living in areas where Inepd International works are lacking in basic necessities. Inepd International is a rights based organisations that believes in both downward and upward accountability to the poor. We seek to bring poverty development and equity justice to those who can't help themselves.

The Inepd International team would like to thank all those who have helped and supported our logistician over the last two weeks. Inepd International is hopeful that an early release can be obtained for the logistician. We hope to provide more details over the coming days. Negotiations have been to date, low key and we wished not to report on the case until after a release had been negotiated. However the story was broken by a local newspaper in Australia the Tathra Express which has now forced us to make a statement.

Inepd International has been formed through the amalgamation of 4 non governmental organisations that support developmental and humanitarian programs in 25 countries. By joining hands we are able to mobilise greater resources and speak with a stronger voice on development and humanitarian issues.

 

For more information please contact the Communications Director of Inepd International Mercedes Bligh