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Anthony Bailey Consulting

His Excellency Mr Anthony Bailey, OBE, GCSS, is a senior diplomatic and public affairs practitioner who since 1988 has advised over sixty-six nations across the world including many at Head of State and Head of Government level. He is the Special Envoy and Ambassador-at-Large of HE The President of Montenegro to the Middle East and North Africa. He advises several international companies including Vitrociset in Italy and TIMWE in Portugal.

In the cultural field Anthony serves as Executive Chairman of Painting & Patronage – a cultural and artistic exchange programme between Europe and the Middle East, and is Director of the Waterford Museum of Treasures in Ireland. Anthony is active in education field having served on the board of United Learning and has been a member of several educational bodies, two UK Ministerial Task Forces for Education.

Anthony Bailey is a renowned interfaith campaigner for numerous charitable and religious bodies and is the Magistral Delegate for Inter-Religious Relations and the Delegate for Great Britain and Ireland of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St George. His is Secretary General of the Royal Order of Francis I and is Governor of the Archdiocese of Westminster and of St Mary’s University in Twickenham.

Anthony has been recognised by over sixteen governments in the world for his professional, diplomatic, charity and inter-religous work including from the United Kingdom, Holy See, Portugal, Lebanon, Jordan, Bulgaria, Costa Rica and Panama.

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Anthony Bailey attends CO Annual Mass & Dinner in Ireland (18 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

Dublin, October 2014. In his capacity of Delegate of Great Britain and Ireland of the Constantinian Order, Mr Anthony Bailey travelled to Ireland to attend the Annual Mass & Dinner of the Delegation in Ireland of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St George. Read more:

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