Lord Popat

Lord Popat's full title is The Lord Popat. His name is Dolar Amarshi Popat, and he is a current member of the House of Lords.

APPG officer roles

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

Officer Roles are drawn from the latest edition of the Register of APPGs. To see the latest edition of the register, go to Published Register of APPGs.

To inform Members about the Commonwealth Secretariat's developments to strengthen the Commonwealth network; to keep members aware of the range of non-parliamentary activities and programmes carried out underneath the Commonwealth brand, both on governmental and non-governmental levels; and to take advantage of opportunities within the developing Commonwealth network for Britain's political and commercial activities and for Britain's positioning in the new international landscape.
Vice Chair
Democratic Republic of Congo
To promote bilateral trade and diplomatic relations and interests between the United Kingdom and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
India (Trade and Investment)
To promote trade and investment between India and the UK for the mutual betterment of their citizens, whilst building an inclusive living bridge between the two countries.
Vice Chair
Occupational Safety and Health
To provide a forum for the discussion and promotion of issues relating to occupational safety and health; to provide information to members of both Houses of Parliament on topical issues; and to publish reports as and when necessary.
The group will endeavour to deepen the relationship between the UK and Zambia, and will meet with diplomats, politicians and businesses based in Zambia towards that end.
Vice Chair
To promote the interests of the British Zoroastrian community and interest in the Zoroastrian faith both inside and outside parliament, as well as improving links with fellow Zoroastrian parliamentarians from around the world.