§ Dr. Godman
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many applications have been submitted by voluntary organisations located in the United Kingdom for funds under(a) the European Union's PHARE programme and (b) the European Union's TACIS democracy programme; if he will list those organisations which have been awarded such moneys; what is the range of these awards; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Mr. Baldry
As of the end of 1994, the jointly administered PHARE and TACIS democracy programmes had considered a total of 88 applications from British based non-governmental organisations which met the eligibility criteria. Of these 22 were successful and the following awards have been made:
Name of organization Amount (ecu) Penal Reform International 69,650 English Speaking Union 69,864 European Young Bar Association 150,000 Association mondiale des radiodiffuseurs communautaires—AMARC1 116,210 Article XIX, International Centre Against Censorship 116,865 PMA Foundation 118,177 AIRE Centre: Advice on Individual Rights in Europe 85,887 Historical Association 150,000
Name of organization Amount (ecu) Penal Reform International 52,605 BBC World Service 102,995 Centre for Defence Studies 81,700 BEARR Trust—British Emergency Action in Russia and the Republics 37,083 AIRE Centre: Advice on Individual Rights in Europe 80,608 BBC Marshall Plan of the Mind Trust 150,000 British-Albanian Legal Association 53,980 Centre for Defence Studies 50,000 Bilston Community College 94,398 International Media Centre, University of Salford 88,253 Graphical, Print and Media Union 134,219 INTRAC—International NGO Training and Research Centre 124,588 Aga Khan Foundation 193,970 Verification Technology Information Centre—VERTIC 190,000 1 Application made from UK office.