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Canadian National Report: Implementation of the Action Plan of the Quebec City Summit of the Americas and the Declaration of Nuevo León for the Period October 2004 to January 2005Canadian National Report: Implementation of the Action Plan of the Quebec City Summit of the Americas and the Declaration of Nuevo León for the Period October 2004 to January 2005
This report highlights activities from October 1st 2004 to January 31st 2005 and updates the October 2004 Canadian National Report
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Border and Boundary Theory a concept paper for nc 1030 located and submitted by Holly SchrankBorder and Boundary Theory a concept paper for nc 1030 located and submitted by Holly Schrank
October 20, 2006. Permission to use any or all of it should be sought from the authors listed below
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The Public DomainThe Public Domain
Why? Because intellectual property rights mark out the ground rules of the information society, and today's policies are unbalanced, unsupported by evidence, and often detrimental to cultural access, free speech, digital creativity
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Navigating the information societyNavigating the information society
Dr Alan Bundy, who spoke about an atn initiative in information literacy at the last iatul annual Conference. Another achievement is the establishment of atn wexdev
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Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, Honourable and distinguished participantsMr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, Honourable and distinguished participants
Millennium Declaration and its goals on peace, security and development. Wsis could assist in reaching those objectives
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European CommissionEuropean Commission
Hans Blankert, President, Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers (vno-ncw), The Hague, Netherlands
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Amcen-12 paper – Final, 15 April 2008 Mainstreaming environmental education and technology supported learning in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Table of ContentsAmcen-12 paper – Final, 15 April 2008 Mainstreaming environmental education and technology supported learning in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities Table of Contents
Mainstreaming environmental education and technology supported learning in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities
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Document Number: wsis+10/4/88 Note: This Executive Summary captures the main achievements, challenges and recommendations of the Action Line during the 10-year period of wsis implementationDocument Number: wsis+10/4/88 Note: This Executive Summary captures the main achievements, challenges and recommendations of the Action Line during the 10-year period of wsis implementation
This has been submitted by the Action Line Facilitator in response to the request by the participants of the Third wsis+10 mpp meeting
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Miquel StrubellMiquel Strubell
We have met at this Symposium to try to “help to clarify and define the elements required for European construction to be organised on the basis of its cultural diversity and not against it.”
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The fate of agricultureThe fate of agriculture
For very large numbers, even masses of people, although they do not make this dependence on instrumentalities explicit
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Ict for Learning An International Perspective on the Irish InitiativeIct for Learning An International Perspective on the Irish Initiative
Where the appropriate systems of support are in place, then ict can be experienced as a ‘transformative technology’ both for staff and for students [Comber & Lawson 1999, p 51]
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Information and informatics unisist newsletterInformation and informatics unisist newsletter
March 1997. The Programme of the International Federation of Library Associations on the Advancement of Biblio-economics in the Third World (ifla/alp)
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