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Millennium Commission


Political and Press Officer

British Embassy


Head of the War Crimes Section In the International Organisations Department

FCO


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New Deputy Commissioner joins ICO | IT Asset Disposal | GIGACYCLE

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Rob Luke joins the ICO today as Deputy Commissioner (Policy).
He was previously British High Commissioner to Malta, and has also served overseas in Brazil and Paris as well as in policy roles at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London. "Rob will be a key part of that work. We'll be drawing heavily on his leadership skills, and he'll be central to our work to evolve the ICO to make sure we stay relevant, both to the public and the organisations we regulate. "The digital world is a smaller world. The ICO will be taking an internationalist approach, continuing and growing our work with regulators around the world. Rob's experience will be invaluable, and I look forward to working with him." Rob Luke said: Rob Luke's biography: Educated at St George's School, Harpenden and St Catharine's College, Cambridge, Rob joined the British Diplomatic Service in 2000 after working for the UK's Millennium Commission. He served initially at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, working on the Middle East Peace Process. In 2002 he was seconded to the Brazilian Diplomatic Institute before serving for three years as Political and Press Officer at the British Embassy in Brasilia. He returned to the FCO in London in 2005 as Head of the War Crimes Section in the International Organisations Department. In 2008 he was seconded to the French Immigration Ministry, and then served for four years as Counsellor for Justice and Home Affairs at the British Embassy in Paris. In 2012 he was appointed British High Commissioner to Malta, a position he held until 2016.


Denham hires diplomat as ICO deputy commissioner - DecisionMarketing

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But Rob Luke, the former British High Commissioner to Malta will now join at the end of January 2017 and work alongside Simon Entwisle to help shape and implement the future of the organisation and information rights.
Educated at St George's School, Harpenden and St Catharine's College, Cambridge, Luke joined the British Diplomatic Service in 2000 after working for the UK's Millennium Commission. He served initially at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, working on the Middle East Peace Process. In 2002, he was seconded to the Brazilian Diplomatic Institute, before serving for three years as political and press officer at the British Embassy in Brasilia. He returned to the FCO in London in 2005 as head of the War Crimes Section in the International Organisations Department. In 2008, he was seconded to the French Immigration Ministry, and then served for four years as Counsellor for Justice and Home Affairs at the British Embassy in Paris. In 2012, he was appointed British High Commissioner to Malta, a position he held until 2016. "Rob will be a key part of that work. We'll be drawing heavily on his leadership skills, and he'll be central to our work to evolve the ICO to make sure we stay relevant, both to the public and the organisations we regulate. "The digital world is a smaller world. The ICO will be taking an internationalist approach, continuing and growing our work with regulators around the world. Rob's experience will be invaluable, and I look forward to working with him." Luke added: "The information rights landscape is evolving rapidly and I look forward to working as part of the ICO team in anticipating and shaping that change in the public's interest, engaging closely with our numerous stakeholders."


ukinmalta.fco.gov.uk

Mr Rob Luke presented his Letters of Commission to President Abela during a ceremony at The Palace in Valletta on 25 October.
High Commissioner Rob Luke presenting his credentials The new British High Commissioner to Malta, H.E. Mr Rob Luke, presented his credentials to Maltese President George Abela during a ceremony that took place at the Ambassadors' Hall at the Palace in Valletta. After the ceremony, Mr Luke commented: Mr Luke joined the British Diplomatic Service in 2000 after working for the UK's Millennium Commission. Mr Luke served initially at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, working on the Middle East Peace Process. In 2002 he was seconded to the Brazilian Diplomatic Institute before serving for three years as Political and Press Officer at the British Embassy in Brasilia. He returned to the FCO in London in 2005 as Head of the War Crimes Section in the International Organisations Department. In 2008 he was seconded to the French Immigration Ministry, and then served for four years as Counsellor for Justice and Home Affairs at the British Embassy in Paris. Mr Luke is married to Louise and they have one daughter and two sons. He enjoys sports, particularly football.


www.independent.com.mt

The new British High Commissioner to Malta, Rob Luke, presented his letters of commission to President George Abela at a ceremony at The Palace, in Valletta, this week.
In initial comments to the press, Mr Luke said: "I am delighted to be here with my family and to get to know Malta and the Maltese people. Mr Luke joined the British diplomatic service in 2000 after working for the UK's Millennium Commission. He served initially at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, working on the Middle East peace process. In 2002, he was seconded to the Brazilian Diplomatic Institute before serving for three years as political and press officer at the British Embassy in Brasilia. He returned to the FCO in London in 2005 as Head of the War Crimes Section in the International Organisations Department. In 2008, he was seconded to the French Immigration Ministry, and then served for four years as counsellor for justice and home affairs at the British Embassy in Paris. Mr Luke is married to Louise and they have one daughter and two sons. He enjoys sports, particularly football.


ukinmalta.fco.gov.uk

British High Commissioner Rob Luke
Mr Luke joined the British Diplomatic Service in 2000 after working for the UK's Millennium Commission. Mr Luke served initially at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, working on the Middle East Peace Process. In 2002 he was seconded to the Brazilian Diplomatic Institute before serving for three years as Political and Press Officer at the British Embassy in Brasilia. He returned to the FCO in London in 2005 as Head of the War Crimes Section in the International Organisations Department. In 2008 he was seconded to the French Immigration Ministry, and then served for four years as Counsellor for Justice and Home Affairs at the British Embassy in Paris. Mr Luke is married to Louise and they have one daughter and two sons. He enjoys sports, particularly football.


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