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Repatriating Bell teachers from Libya

24 February 2011

Bell takes the safety and security of its staff throughout the world extremely seriously.

At the first signs of the recent demonstrations and unrest in Libya, Bell began repatriating its 11 staff members from Libya.

Nine members of staff based in Tripoli have safely departed Libya on various flights this week. The remaining two members of Bell staff in Libya, based in Benghazi, are due to leave Libya today on HMS Cumberland which is sailing to Malta. Staff at Bell's Head Office are in the process of arranging accommodation in Malta and flights back to the UK for these two staff members.

Bell is constantly monitoring the situation and is in contact with personnel and their families. Bell has set up a 24 hour emergency helpline to assist staff and their families during the repatriation process.

Media and press enquiries:

Natalie Dawe
Marketing Communications Manager
Bell International
Hillscross
Red Cross Lane
Cambridge, CB2 0QU
England

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 275511
Fax: +44 (0)1223 414080
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Notes to Editors

Bell is a provider of high-quality English language training services worldwide. Each year, over 100,000 students from more than 120 countries learn English with Bell at one of its 37 worldwide teaching centres and e-channels.

The organisation also provides teacher training, educational management, consultancy and project services to international organisations, universities and governments.

Bell works in partnership with Awardbrand in Libya to deliver a number of bespoke English language teaching programmes to a variety of corporate clients.

Bell is in close liaison with AwardBrand to repatriate staff.

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