\n''1. Strategic Approaches to the Integrated Management of Freshwater Resources: Actions Needed to Protect Human Health''. h2o\n\n//Warner, Dennis B.; Bos, Robert; Hayakawa, Tetsuo; Hueb, Jose; Simpson-Hebert, Mayling, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''10. Problems Faced And Policy Responses To Manage Water In Europe''. h2o\n\n//Rainer E. Enderlein, Rainer E. Enderlein//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''110 (II). Measures to be taken against propaganda and the inciters of a new war''. A/RES/2/110\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 13\n\nMeasures to be taken against propaganda and the inciters of a new war\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1947. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a2r110.htm\nPublished in ''Official Records of the Second Session of the General Assembly: Resolutions 16 September-29 November 1947'', A/2/519\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a2-519.pdf
\n''12. Development Of Strategic Approaches To Freshwater''. h2o\n\n//Ertuna, Cengiz; Ti, Le Huu, Ertuna, Cengiz; Ti, Le Huu//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\n\nExperiences In Asia And The Pacific And Related ESCAP Activities.
\n''1236 (XII). Peaceful and neighbourly relations among States''. A/RES/12/1236\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 66\n\nDeclaration concerning the peaceful coexistence of States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1957. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a12r1236.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twelth Session from 17 September to 14 December 1957'', A/12/3805\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a12-3805.pdf
\n''1296 (XIV). Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Governmental Organizations''. E/RES/1968/1296\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nMay, 1968. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1296.htm
\n''13 (I). Organization of the Secretariat''. A/RES/1/13\n\nFifth Committee: Administrative and Budgetary Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nReport of the Preparatory Committee, Chapter VIII: The Secretariat\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nFebruary, 1946. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1r13.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the first part of its First session from 10 January to 14 February 1946'', A/1/64\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1-64.pdf
\n''13. Water Quality - A Global Concern''. h2o\n\n//Richard Helmer, Edwin D. Ongley, Norman E. Peters, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1301 (XIII). Measures aimed at the implementation and promotion of peaceful and neighbourly relations among States''. A/RES/13/1301\n\nSpecial Political Committee\n\nAgenda item: 61\n\nMeasures aimed at the implementation and promotion of peaceful and neighbourly relations among States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1958. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a13r1301.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly dueing its Thirteenth session. Volume I, 16 September to 13 December 1958'', A/13/4090\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a13-4090.pdf
\n''1378 (XIV). General and complete disarmament''. A/RES/14/1378\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 70\n\nGeneral and complete disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1959. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a14r1378.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fourteenth session'', A/14/4354\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a13-4354.pdf
\n''1386 (XIV). Declaration of the Rights of the Child''. A/RES/14/1386\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 64\n\nDraft Declaration of the Rights of the Child\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1959. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a14r1386.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fourteenth session'', A/14/4354\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a13-4354.pdf
\n''1393 (XIV). Low-cost housing''. A/RES/14/1393\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1959. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a14r1393.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fourteenth session'', A/14/4354\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a13-4354.pdf
\n''15. Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Resources Management In Zimbabwe''. h2o\n\n//Mtetwa, S. Chairman, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1505 (XV). Future work in the field of the codification and progressive development of international law''. A/RES/15/1505\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 65\n\nReport of the International Law Commission on the work of its twelfth session\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1960. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a15r1505.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fifteen session. Volume 1, 20 September-20 December 1960'', A/15/4684\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/15-4684.pdf
\n''1508 (XV). Low-cost housing and related community facilities''. A/RES/15/1508\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1960. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a15r1508.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fifteen session. Volume 1, 20 September-20 December 1960'', A/15/4684\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/15-4684.pdf
\n''1514 (XV). Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples''. A/RES/15/1514\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 87\n\nDeclaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1960. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 1514 (XV). Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a15r1514.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Fifteen session. Volume 1, 20 September-20 December 1960'', A/15/4684\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/15-4684.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''16. Financing Sustainable Water Use In Zimbabwe - Institutional Barriers To Applying Economic Solutions''. h2o\n\n//Robinson, Peter B., Zimconsult, Harare//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1686 (XVI). Future work in the field of the codification and progressive development of international law''. A/RES/16/1686\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 70\n\nFuture work in the field of the codification and progressive development of international law\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1961. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a16r1686.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 16th session, vol. 1, 19 September 1961-23 February 1962'', A/16/5100\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a16-5100.pdf
\n''17. Why Is Freshwater An Issue For Business?''. h2o\n\n//Oatridge, J. W. Severn Trent plc, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1722 (XVI). Question of Disarmament''. A/RES/16/1722\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 19\n\nQuestion of disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1961. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a16r1722.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 16th session, vol. 1, 19 September 1961-23 February 1962'', A/16/5100\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a16-5100.pdf
\n''1777 (XVII). United Nations assistance for the advancement of women in developing countries''. A/RES/17/1777\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1962. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a17r1777.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its seventeenth session, 18 September-20 December 1962'', A/17/5217\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a17-5217.pdf
\n''18. Maintaining Functioning of Freshwater Ecosystems: The Key to Sustainable Management of Water Resources''. h2o\n\n//Bergkamp, Ger; Acreman, Mike; Safford, Lesley, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1815 (XVII). Consideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations''. A/RES/17/1815\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1962. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a17r1815.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its seventeenth session, 18 September-20 December 1962'', A/17/5217\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a17-5217.pdf
\n''1884 (XVIII). Question of general and complete disarmament''. A/RES/18/1884\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 26\n\nQuestion of general and complete disarmament: Report of the Conference of the Eighteen-Nation Committee on Disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18r1884.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Eighteenth session, 17 September-17 December 1963'', A/18/5515\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18-5515.pdf
\n''19. Integrating Water Resources Management with Economic and Social Development''. h2o\n\n//Rogers, Peter. Harvard University, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''1904 (XVIII). United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination''. A/RES/18/1904\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 43\n\nDraft Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18r1904.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Eighteenth session, 17 September-17 December 1963'', A/18/5515\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18-5515.pdf
\n''1962 (XVIII). Declaration of Legal Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space''. A/RES/18/1962\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item 28\n\nInternational co-operation in the peaceful uses of outer space\n\nSub item (a)\n\nReport of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space\n\nAgenda item 28\n\nInternational co-operation in the peaceful uses of outer space\n\nSub item (b)\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council (Chapter VII (section IV))\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18r1962.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Eighteenth session, 17 September-17 December 1963'', A/18/5515\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18-5515.pdf
\n''1966 (XVIII). Consideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations''. A/RES/18/1966\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 71\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18r1966.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Eighteenth session, 17 September-17 December 1963'', A/18/5515\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18-5515.pdf
\n''1967 (XVIII). Question of methods of fact-finding''. A/RES/18/1967\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 71\n\nConsideration of principles of friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18r1967.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Eighteenth session, 17 September-17 December 1963'', A/18/5515\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a18-5515.pdf
\n''1989/65. Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions''. E/RES/1989/65\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nMay, 1989. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1989-65.htm
\n''1993/207. Establishment of the Commission on Sustainable Development''. E/RES/1993/207\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nFebruary, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1993-207.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1993/93
\n''1993/214. Review of the arrangements for consultation with non-governmental organizations''. 1993/214\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nFebruary, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1993-214.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1993/93
\n''1993/215. Procedural arrangements for the Commission on Sustainable Development''. 1993/215\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nFebruary, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1993-215.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1993/93
\n''1993/80. Review of the arrangements for consultation with non-governmental organizations''. E/RES/1993/80\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1993-80.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1993/93
\n''1994/45. Draft United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples''. E/CN.4/Sub.2/1994/45\n\n//The Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities//\nAugust, 1994. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/c4s29445.htm
\n''1995/304. General review of arrangements for consultation with non-governmental organizations''. E/RES/1995/304\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 1995. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1995-304.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1995/95
\n''1996/297. Non-governmental organizations''. E/RES/1996/297\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1996-297.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1996/96
\n''1996/31. Consultative relationship between the United Nations and non-governmental organizations''. 1996/31\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/1996-31.htm\nPublished in '''', E/1996/96
\n''1997/47. International Year for the Culture of Peace, 2000''. E/RES/1997/47\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nEconomic and Social Council Resolution 1997/47. International Year for the Culture of Peace, 2000\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/e1997r47.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''1998/54. Towards a culture of peace''. E/CN.4/RES/1998/54\n\n//Commission on Human Rights//\nApril, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nResolution 1998/54 of the Commission on Human Rights: Towards a culture of peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ecn49854.htm
\n''2. Financing of Freshwater for All - A Rights Based Approach''. h2o\n\n//Nigam, Ashok; Rasheed, Sadiq, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''2000/66. Towards a culture of peace''. E/CN.4/RES/2000/66\n\n//Commission on Human Rights//\nApril, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nResolution 2000/66 of the Commission on Human Rights: Towards a culture of peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ecn40066.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''2001/29. The right to education''. E/CN.4/RES/2001/29\n\n//Commission on Human Rights//\nApril, 2001. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ecn40129.htm
\n''2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site with daily themes - "64 ways for 64 days" with daily themes and quotations on themes relating to nonviolence.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/snv-2002/\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence]]
\n''2003 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site with links to season for nonviolence sites and related resources and with revised and reorganized daily themes and quotations relating to nonviolence.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/snv-2003/\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[2003 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence]]
\n''2036 (XX). Housing, building and planning in the United Nations Development Decade''. A/RES/20/2036\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 55\n\nHousing, building and planning\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2036.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''2037 (XX). Declaration on the Promotion Among Youth of the Ideals of Peace, Mutual Respect and Understanding Between Peoples''. A/RES/20/2037\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 66\n\nDraft Declaration on the Promotion Among Youth of the Ideals of Peace, Mutual Respect and Understanding Between Peoples\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2037.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''2103 (XX). Consideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations''. A/RES/20/2103\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 90\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\nAgenda item: 94\n\nObservance by Member States of the principles of the sovereignty of States, their territorial integrity, non-interference in their domestic affairs, the peaceful settlement of disputes and the condemnation of subversive activities\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2103.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''2104 (XX). Question of methods of fact-finding''. A/RES/20/2104\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 90\n\nConsideration of principles of friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2104.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''2106 (XX). International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination''. A/RES/20/2106\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 58\n\nDraft International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2106.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''2131 (XX). Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention in the Domestic Affairs of States and the Protection of Their Independence and Sovereignty''. A/RES/20/2131\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 107\n\nInadmissibility of Intervention in the Domestic Affairs of States and the Protection of Their Independence and Sovereignty\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20r2131.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''217 A (III). Universal Declaration of Human Rights''. A/RES/3/217 A\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nDraft international declaration of human rights: item proposed by the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 217 A(III) adopting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r217a.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''217 B (III). Right of Petition''. A/RES/3/217 B\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nDraft international declaration of human rights: item proposed by the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r217b.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''217 C (III). Fate of Minorities''. A/RES/3/217 C\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nDraft international declaration of human rights: item proposed by the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r217c.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''217 D (III). Publicity to be Given to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights''. A/RES/3/217 D\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nDraft international declaration of human rights: item proposed by the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r217d.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''217 E (III). Preparation of a Draft Covenant on Human Rights and Draft Measures of Implementation''. A/RES/3/217 E\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nDraft international declaration of human rights: item proposed by the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r217e.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''2181 (XXI). Consideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations''. A/RES/21/2181\n\nAgenda item: 87\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21r2181.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''2182 (XXI). Question of methods of fact-finding''. A/RES/21/2182\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item 87\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations\n\nSub item (b)\n\nReport of the Secretary-General on methods of fact-finding\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21r2182.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''2198 (XXI). Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees''. A/RES/21/2198\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 55\n\nReport of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21r2198.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''2200 (XXI). International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights''. A/RES/21/2200\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft International Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 2200A (XXI) adopting the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21r2200.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''2222 (XXI). Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies''. A/RES/21/2222\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 30\n\nInternational co-operation in the peaceful uses of outer space: Report of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space\n\nAgenda item: 89\n\nConclusion on an international treaty on principles in the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies\n\nAgenda item: 91\n\nTreaty governing the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21r2222.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''2263 (XXII). Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/22/2263\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 53\n\nDraft Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1967. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a22r2263.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-second session. Volume 1, 19 September-19 December 1967'', A/22/6716\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a22-6716.pdf
\n''2340 (XXII). Examination of the question of the reservation exclusively for peaceful purposes of the sea-bed and the ocean floor, and the subsoil thereof, underlying the high seas beyond the limits of present national jurisdiction, and the use of their resources in the interest of mankind''. A/RES/22/2340\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 92\n\nExamination of the question of the reservation exclusively for peaceful purposes of the sea-bed and the ocean floor, and the sub-soil thereof, underlying the high seas beyond the limits of present national jurisdiction, and the use of their resources in the interests of mankind\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1967. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a22r2340.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-second session. Volume 1, 19 September-19 December 1967'', A/22/6716\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a22-6716.pdf
\n''2542 (XXIV). Declaration on Social Progress and Development''. A/RES/24/2542\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 48\n\nDraft Declaration on Social Progress and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1969. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24r2542.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 24th session, 16 September-17 December 1969'', A/24/7630\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24-7630.pdf
\n''2598 (XXIV). Housing, building and planning''. A/RES/24/2598\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 50\n\nHousing, building and planning: Report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1969. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24r2598.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 24th session, 16 September-17 December 1969'', A/24/7630\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24-7630.pdf
\n''260 (III). Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide''. A/RES/3/260\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nGenocide: draft convention and report of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r260.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''260 A (III). Adoption of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide''. A/RES/3/260 A\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nGenocide: draft convention and report of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r260a.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''260 B (III). Study by the International Law Commission of the Question of an International Criminal Tribunal''. A/RES/3/260 B\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nGenocide: draft convention and report of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r260b.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''260 C (III). Application with repect to Dependent Territories, of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide''. A/RES/3/260 C\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nGenocide: draft convention and report of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3r260c.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''2606 (XXIV). The strengthening of international security''. A/RES/24/2606\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 103\n\nThe strengthening of international security\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1969. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24r2606.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 24th session, 16 September-17 December 1969'', A/24/7630\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a24-7630.pdf
\n''2625 (XXV). Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations''. A/RES/25/2625\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 85\n\nConsideration of principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations: report of the Special Committee on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2625.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2626 (XXV). International Development Strategy for the Second United Nations Development Decade''. A/RES/25/2626\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 42\n\nSecond United Nations Development Decade\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2626.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2715 (XXV). Employment of qualified women in senior and other professional positions by the secretariats of organizations in the United Nations system''. A/RES/25/2715\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2715.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2716 (XXV). Programme of concerted international action for the advancement of women''. A/RES/25/2716\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2716.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2718 (XXV). Housing, building and planning''. A/RES/25/2718\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 48\n\nHousing, building and planning: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2718.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2734 (XXV). Declaration on the Strengthening of International Security''. A/RES/25/2734\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 32\n\nConsideration of measures for the strengthening of international security: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2734.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2749 (XXV). Declaration of Principles Governing the Sea-Bed and the Ocean Floor, and the Subsoil Thereof, beyond the Limits of National Jurisdiction''. A/RES/25/2749\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item 25\n\n\n\nSub item (a)\n\nQuestion of the reservation exclusively for peaceful purposes of the sea-bed and the ocean floor, and the subsoil thereof, underlying the high seas beyond the limits of present national jurisdiction, and the use of their resources in the interests of mankind: report of the Committee on the peaceful uses of the sea-bed and the ocean floor beyond the limits of present national jurisdiction\n\nAgenda item 25\n\n\n\nSub item (b)\n\nMarine pollution and other hazardous and harmful effect which might arise from the exploration and exploitation of the sea-bed and the ocean floor, and the subsoil thereof, beyond the limits of present national jurisdiction: report of the Secretary-General\n\nAgenda item 25\n\n\n\nSub item (c)\n\nViews of Member States on the desirability of convening at an early date a conference on the law of the sea: report of the Secretary-General\n\nAgenda item 25\n\n\n\nSub item (d)\n\nQuestion of the breadth of the territorial sea and related matters\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1970. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25r2749.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''2856 (XXVI). Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons''. A/RES/26/2856\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//Report of the Economic and Social Council: [chapters VIII (section F), XV, XVI, XVII (sections A and B and D to M), XIII (sections A to C), XIX, XXI and XXII]//\n
\n''290 (IV). Essentials of Peace''. A/RES/4/290\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nReport of the Security Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1949. Lake Success, NY.\n\nA General Assembly Resolution reaffirming the Charter of the United Nations and its basic principles necessary for an enduring peace, and calling on all nations to refrain from threatening or using force contrary to the Charter.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a4r290.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: General Assembly official records, 20 September-10 December 1949'', A/4/1251\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a4-1251.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]
\n''2994 (XXVII). United Nations Conference on the Human Environment''. A/RES/27/2994\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nUnited Nations Conference on the Human Environment: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r2994.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''2997 (XXVII). Institutional and financial arrangements for international environmental cooperation''. A/RES/27/2997\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nUnited Nations Conference on the Human Environment: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r2997.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''2998 (XXVII). Criteria governing multilateral financing of housing and human settlements''. A/RES/27/2998\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nUnited Nations Conference on the Human Environment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r2998.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''2999 (XXVII). Establishment of an international fund or financial institution for human settlements''. A/RES/27/2999\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nUnited Nations Conference on the Human Environment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r2999.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''3. Towards Water and Sanitation as Sustainable Basic Social Services for All''. h2o\n\n//Brikke, Francois; Visscher, Jan Teun; Anke, Willem, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''3001 (XXVII). United Nations Conference-Exposition on Human Settlements''. A/RES/27/3001\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nUnited Nations Conference on the Human Environment: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r3001.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''3010 (XXVII). International Women's Year''. A/RES/27/3010\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r3010.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''3037 (XXVII). Charter of the economic rights and duties of states''. A/RES/27/3037\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 43\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1972. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r3037.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session, 19 September-19 December 1972'', A/27/8730\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27-8730.pdf
\n''3082 (XXVIII). Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States''. A/RES/28/3082\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 51\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1973. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28r3082.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session. Volume 1, 18 September-18 December 1973'', A/28/9030\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28-9030.pdf
\n''31/108. United Nations Conference on Desertification''. A/RES/31/108\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 60\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r108.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/109. Habitat: United Nations Conference on Human Settlements''. A/RES/31/109\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 60\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\nSub item (c)\n\nHabitat: United Nations Conference on Human Settlements: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r109.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/115. United Nations Audio-Visual Information Centre on Human Settlements''. A/RES/31/115\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 60\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r115.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/116. Institutional arrangements for international co-operation in the field of human settlements''. A/RES/31/116\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 60\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r116.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/123. International Year of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/31/123\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r123.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/136. United Nations Decade for Women''. A/RES/31/136\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nUnited Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r136.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/159. Report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development on its fourth session''. A/RES/31/159\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 56\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r159.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/178. Implementation of General Assembly resolutions 2626 (XXV), 3202 (S-VI), 3281 (XXIX) and 3362 (S-VII)''. A/RES/31/178\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 66\n\nDevelopment and intrnatonal co-operation: implementation o the decisions adopted by the General Assembly at its seventh special session\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r178.htm\nApproved: 128-1-8\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/184. United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development''. A/RES/31/184\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r184.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/72. Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques''. A/RES/31/72\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 45\n\nConvention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques: report of the Conference of the Committee on Disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r72.htm\nApproved: 96-8-30\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''31/82. Implementation of the Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/31/82\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 72\n\nWorld social situation: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a31r82.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''3128 (XXVIII). United Nations Conference-Exposition on Human Settlements''. A/RES/28/3128\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 50\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\nSub item (a)\n\nReport of the Governing Council\n\nAgenda item 50\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\nSub item (b)\n\nCriteria governing multilateral financing of housing and human settlements: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1973. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28r3128.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session. Volume 1, 18 September-18 December 1973'', A/28/9030\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28-9030.pdf
\n''317 (IV). Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others''. A/RES/4/317\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1949. Lake Success, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a4r317.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: General Assembly official records, 20 September-10 December 1949'', A/4/1251\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a4-1251.pdf
\n''3172 (XXVIII). Holding of a special session of the General Assembly devoted to development and international economic co-operation''. A/RES/28/3172\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1963. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28r3172.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-seventh session. Volume 1, 18 September-18 December 1973'', A/28/9030\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a28-9030.pdf
\n''32/115. United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development''. A/RES/32/115\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 73\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r115.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/133. International Year of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/32/133\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 82\n\nInternational Year of Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r133.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/162. Institutional arrangements for international cooperation in the field of human settlements''. A/RES/32/162\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r162.htm\nApproved: 124-0-13\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/174. Resolution adopted by the General Assembly at its 107th plenary meeting''. A/RES/32/174\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 67\n\nAssessment of the progress made in the implementation of General Assembly Resolutions 2626 (XXV), 3202 (S-VI), 3281 (XXIX) and 3362 (S-VII), entitled respectively "International Development Strategy for the Second United Nations Development Decade", "Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order", "Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States" and "Development and international co-operation"\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r174.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/184. United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development''. A/RES/32/184\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 73\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r184.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/197. Restructuring of the economic and social sectors of the United Nations System''. A/RES/32/197\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 67\n\nAssessment of the progress made in the implementation of General Assembly Resolutions 2626 (XXV), 3202 (S-VI), 3281 (XXIX) and 3362 (S-VII), entitled respectively "International Development Strategy for the Second United Nations Development Decade", "Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order", "Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States" and "Development and international co-operation"\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r197.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''32/50. Peaceful use of nuclear energy for economic and social development''. A/RES/32/50\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 14\n\nReport of the International Atomic Energy Agency\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1977. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32r50.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 32nd session, 20 September-21 December 1977'', A/32/45\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a32-45.pdf
\n''3201 (S-VI). Declaration on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order''. A/RES/S-6/3201\n\nAgenda item: 7\n\nStudy of the problems of raw materials and development\n\n//Sixth Special Session, United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s6r3201.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Sixth Special Session'', A/S-6/9559\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/as6-9559.pdf
\n''3202 (S-VI). Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order''. A/RES/S-6/3202\n\nAgenda item: 7\n\nStudy of the problems of raw materials and development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s6r3202.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Sixth Special Session'', A/S-6/9559\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/as6-9559.pdf
\n''3264 (XXIX). Prohibition of action to influence the environment and climate for military and other purposes incompatible with the maintenance of international security, human well-being and health''. A/RES/29/3264\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 103\n\nProhibition of action to influence the environment and climate for military and other purposes incompatible with the maintenance of international security, human well-being and health\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3264.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3275 (XXIX). International Women's Year''. A/RES/29/3275\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3275.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3276 (XXIX). Conference of the International Women's Year''. A/RES/29/3276\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3276.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3277 (XXIX). Consultative Committee for the Conference of the International Women's Year''. A/RES/29/3277\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a27r3277.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3281 (XXIX). Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States''. A/RES/29/3281\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 48\n\nCharter of Economic Rights and Duties of States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3281.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''33/143. Personnel questions''. A/RES/33/143\n\nFifth Committee: Administrative and Budgetary Questions\n\nAgenda item: 110\n\nPersonnel questions\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1978. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a33r143.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 33rd session, 19 September - 21 December 1978, 15-29 January and 23-31 May 1979'', A/33/45
\n''33/170. International Year for Disabled Persons''. A/RES/33/170\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1978. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a33r170.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 33rd session, 19 September - 21 December 1978, 15-29 January and 23-31 May 1979'', A/33/45
\n''33/201. Comprehensive policy review of operational activities''. A/RES/33/201\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 58\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a33r201.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 33rd session, 19 September - 21 December 1978, 15-29 January and 23-31 May 1979'', A/33/45
\n''33/53. Human rights and scientific and technological developments''. A/RES/33/53\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 90\n\nHuman rights and scientific and technological developments\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1978. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a33r53.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 33rd session, 19 September - 21 December 1978, 15-29 January and 23-31 May 1979'', A/33/45
\n''3314 (XXIX). Definition of Aggression''. A/RES/29/3314\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 86\n\nReport on the Special Committee on the Question of Defining Aggression\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3314.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3327 (XXIX). Establishment of the United Nations Habitat and Human Settlements Foundation''. A/RES/29/3327\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 46\n\nUnited Nations Environment Programme\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3327.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-fifth session, 15 September-17 December 1970.'', A/25/8028\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a25-8028.pdf
\n''3343 (XXIX). Special Session of the General Assembly devoted to development and international economic co-operation''. A/RES/29/3343\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1974. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29r3343.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-ninth session. Volume 1, 17 September - 18 December 1974'', A/29/9631\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a29-9631.pdf
\n''3362 (S-VII). Development and international economic co-operation''. A/RES/S-7/3362\n\nAgenda item: 7\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\n//Seventh Special Session, United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s7r3362.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Seventh special session, 1-16 September 1975'', A/S-7/10301
\n''3384 (XXX). Declaration on the Use of Scientific and Technological Progress in the Interests of Peace and for the Benefit of Mankind''. A/RES/30/3384\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 69\n\nHuman rights and scientific and technological developments: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3384.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''34/102. Settlement by peaceful means of disputes between States''. A/RES/34/102\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 122\n\nSettlement by peaceful means of disputes between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r102.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/116. Strengthening of human settlements activities''. A/RES/34/116\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 65\n\nHuman settlements\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r116.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/138. Global negotiations relating to international economic co-operation for development''. A/RES/34/138\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item 55\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (a)\n\nReport of the Committee of the Whole Established under General Assembly Resolution 32/174\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r138.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/154. International Year of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/34/154\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nInternational Year of Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r154.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/158. World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women''. A/RES/34/158\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 80\n\nUnited Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace\n\nSub item (a)\n\nImplementation of General Assembly Resolution 3519 (XXX): report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r158.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/180. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/34/180\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nDraft Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly resolution 34/180. Adoption of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r180.htm\nApproved: 130-0-10\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Culture of Peace Cooperation Circles]]
\n''34/218. United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development''. A/RES/34/218\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 70\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r218.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''34/58. Health as an integral part of development''. A/RES/34/58\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 66\n\nExamination of long-term trends in economic development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a34r58.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46
\n''3447 (XXX). Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/30/3447\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3447.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3452 (XXX). Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Being Subjected to Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment''. A/RES/30/3452\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 74\n\nTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment in relation to detention and imprisonment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3452.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3459 (XXX). Report of the Trade and Development Board''. A/RES/30/3459\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 55\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development: Report of the Trade and Development Board\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3459.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3475 (XXX). Prohibition of action to influence the environment and climate for military and other hostile purposes, which are incompatible with the maintenance of international security, human well-being and health''. A/RES/30/3475\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 47\n\nProhibition of action to influence the environment and climate for military and other purposes incompatible with the maintenance of international security, human well-being and health: report of the Conference of the Committee on Disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3475.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3499 (XXX). Special Committee on the Charter of the United Nations and on the Strengthening of the Role of the Organization''. A/RES/30/3499\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 29\n\nStrengthening of the role of the United Nations with regard to the maintenance and consolidation of international peace and security, the development of co-operation among all nations and the promotion of the rules of international law in relations between States: reports of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3499.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''35/133. International Year of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/35/133\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nInternational Year of Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r133.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/136. World Conference on the United Nations Decade for Women''. A/RES/35/136\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 80\n\nUnited Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace\n\nSub item (a)\n\nWorld Conference on the United Nations Decade for Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r136.htm\nApproved: 132-3-9\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''35/160. Peaceful settlement of disputes between States''. A/RES/35/160\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 51\n\nPeaceful settlement of disputes between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r160.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/56. International Development Strategy for the Third United Nations Development Decade''. A/RES/35/56\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 61\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (a)\n\nInternational development strategy\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r56.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/66 A. Third General Conference of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization''. A/RES/35/66 A\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 61\n\nDevlopment and international economic co-operation\n\nSub item (d)\n\nIndustrialization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r66a.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/66 B. Industrial Development Decade for Africa''. A/RES/35/66 B\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 61\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\nSub item (d)\n\nIndustrialization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r66b.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/66. Industrial development co-operation''. A/RES/35/66\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 61\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\nSub item (d)\n\nIndustrialization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r66.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''35/76. Strengthening of human settlements activities''. A/RES/35/76\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 61\n\nDevelopment and internationl co-operation\n\nSub item (l)\n\nHuman settlements\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1980. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35r76.htm\nPublished in ''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981'', A/35/48\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''3500 (XXX). Respect for human rights in armed conflicts''. A/RES/30/3500\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3500.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3506 (XXX). Implementation of the decisions adopted by the General Assembly at its seventh special session''. A/RES/30/3506\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 123\n\nDevelopment and international co-operation: implementation of the decisions adopted by the General Assembly at its seventh special session\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3506.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3507 (XXX). Institutional arrangements in the field of transfer of technology''. A/RES/30/3507\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 123\n\nDevelopment and international co-operation: implementation of the decisions adopted by the General Assembly at its seventh special session\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3507.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3519 (XXX). Women's participation in the strengthening of international peace and security and in the struggle against colonialism, racism, racial discrimination, foreign aggression and occupation and all forms of foreign domination''. A/RES/30/3519\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nInternational Women's Year, including the proposals and recommendations of the World Conference of the International Women's Year\n\nAgenda item: 76\n\nStatus and role of women in society with special reference to the need for achieving equal rights for women and to women's contribution to the attainment of the goals of the Second United Nations Development Decade, to the struggle against colonialism, racism and racial discrimination and to the strengthening of international peace and of co-operation between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3519.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''3520 (XXX). World Conference of the International Women's Year''. A/RES/30/3520\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nInternational Women's Year, including the proposals and recommendations of the World Conference of the International Women's Year\n\nAgenda item: 76\n\nStatus and role of women in society with special reference to the need for achieving equal rights for women and to women's contribution to the attainment of the goals of the Second United Nations Development Decade, to the struggle against colonialism, racism and racial discrimination and to the strengthening of international peace and of co-operation between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3520.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''3521 (XXX). Equality between men and women and elimination of discrimination against women''. A/RES/30/3521\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nInternational Women's Year, including the proposals and recommendations of the World Conference of the International Women's Year\n\nAgenda item: 76\n\nStatus and role of women in society with special reference to the need for achieving equal rights for women and to women's contribution to the attainment of the goals of the Second United Nations Development Decade, to the struggle against colonialism, racism and racial discrimination and to the strengthening of international peace and of co-operation between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30r3521.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''36/103. Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention and Interference in the Internal Affairs of States''. A/RES/36/103\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item 58\n\nReview of the implementation of the Declaration on Strengthening International Security\n\nSub item (b)\n\nNon-interference in the internal affairs of States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r103.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/110. Peaceful settlement of disputes between States''. A/RES/36/110\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 118\n\nPeaceful settlement of disputes between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r110.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/43. Global Strategy for Health for All by the Year 2000''. A/RES/36/43\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r43.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/55. Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief''. A/RES/36/55\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nElimination of all forms of religious intolerance\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r55.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/58. International Covenants on Human Rights''. A/RES/36/58\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 87\n\nInternational Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1981. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly resolution 36/58. International Covenants on Human Rights\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r58.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''36/67. International Year of Peace and International Day of Peace''. A/RES/36/67\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 133\n\nDeclaration of a Peace Year, a Peace Month and a Peace Day\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1981. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 37/67 - International Year of Peace and International Day of Peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r67.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/71. International Year of Shelter for the Homeless''. A/RES/36/71\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 69\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (k)\n\nHuman settlements\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r71.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''36/77. International Year of Disabled Persons''. A/RES/36/77\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 30\n\nInternational Year of Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a36r77.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 36th session, 15 September-18 December 1981, 16-29 March, 28 April and 20 September 1982'', A/36/51
\n''37/10. Manila Declaration on the Peaceful settlement of disputes between States''. A/RES/37/10\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 122\n\nPeaceful settlement of disputes between States\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r10.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/16. International Year of Peace''. A/RES/37/16\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r16.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/221. International Year of Shelter for the Homeless''. A/RES/37/221\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 71\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (j)\n\nHuman settlements\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r221.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/52. World Programme of Action Concerning Disabled Persons''. A/RES/37/52\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 89\n\nWorld Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r52.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/53. Implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons''. A/RES/37/53\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 89\n\nWorld Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r53.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/63. Declaration on the Participation of Women in Promoting International Peace and Co-operation''. A/RES/37/63\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 91\n\nUnited Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace\n\nSub item (c)\n\nDraft Declaration on the Participation of Women in the Struggle for the Strengthening of International Peace and for the Solution of Other Vital National and International Problems: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r63.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''37/7. World Charter for Nature''. A/RES/37/7\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 21\n\nConsideration and adoption of the World Charter for Nature: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a37r7.htm\nApproved: 111-1-18\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''377 (V). Uniting for Peace''. A/RES/5/377\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 68\n\nUnited action for peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1950. New York, NY.\n\nA landmark Resolution of the General Assembly - in response to an abuse of the Security Council veto by the Soviet Union - that gives the General Assembly the right to convene an emergency meeting when the Permanent Members of the Security Council are unable to reach consensus. Resolution 377 (V) was converted into HTML format for a scanned PDF file and the addition of hypertext links.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a5r377.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the period 19 September to 15 December 1950'', A/5/1775\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a-1775.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]
\n''38/116. International Covenants on Human Rights''. A/RES/38/116\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 96\n\nInternational Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1983. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 38/116. International Covenants on Human Rights\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a38r116.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 38th session, 20 September-20 December 1983 and 26 June 1984'', A/38/47\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''38/119. Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment''. A/RES/38/119\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 97\n\nTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1983. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a38r119.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 38th session, 20 September-20 December 1983 and 26 June 1984'', A/38/47
\n''38/161. Process of preparation of the Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond''. A/RES/38/161\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 78\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (g)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1983. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a38r161.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 38th session, 20 September-20 December 1983 and 26 June 1984'', A/38/47\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''39/11. Right of peoples to peace''. A/RES/39/11\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 138\n\nRight of peoples to peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1984. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a39r11.htm\nApproved: 92-0-34\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 39th session, 18 September-18 December 1984 and 9-12 April 1985'', A/39/51
\n''39/46. Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment''. A/RES/39/46\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 99\n\nTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1984. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a39r46.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 39th session, 18 September-18 December 1984 and 9-12 April 1985'', A/39/51
\n''4 (I). Representation of Non-Governmental Bodies on the Economic and Social Council''. A/RES/1/4\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nRepresentation of Non-Governmental Bodies on the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nFebruary, 1946. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1r4.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the first part of its First session from 10 January to 14 February 1946'', A/1/64\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1-64.pdf
\n''4. Impact on Food Security and Rural Development of Reallocating Water from Agriculture for Other Uses''. h2o\n\n//Rosegrant, Mark W.; Ringler, Claudia, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''40/108. Implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women''. A/RES/40/108\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 92\n\nUnited Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace\n\nSub item (b)\n\nWorld Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women : Equality, Development and Peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1985. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a40r108.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 40th session, 17 September-18 December 1985, 28 April-9 May and 20 June 1986'', A/40/53\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''40/14. International Youth Year: Participation, Development, Peace''. A/RES/40/14\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 89\n\nInternational Youth Year: Participation, Development, Peace: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1985. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a40r14.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 40th session, 17 September-18 December 1985, 28 April-9 May and 20 June 1986'', A/40/53
\n''40/34. Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power''. A/RES/40/34\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 98\n\nCrime prevention and crimial justice\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1985. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a40r34.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 40th session, 17 September-18 December 1985, 28 April-9 May and 20 June 1986'', A/40/53
\n''41/128. Declaration on the Right to Development''. A/RES/41/128\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 101\n\nAlternative approaches and ways and means within the United Nations system for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms: reports of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1986. New York, NY.\n\nDeclaration on the Right to Development\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a41r128.htm\nApproved: 146-1-18\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 41st session, 16 September-19 December 1986'', A/41/53
\n''41/73. Progressive development of the principles and norms of international law relating to the new international economic order''. A/RES/41/73\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 123\n\nProgressive development of the principles and norms of international law relating to the new international economic order: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1986. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a41r73.htm\nApproved: 131-0-23\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 41st session, 16 September-19 December 1986'', A/41/53\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''42/104. International Literacy Year''. A/RES/42/104\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 101\n\nEfforts and measures for promoting the eradication of illiteracy\n\nSub item (d)\n\n\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1987. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 42/104. International Literacy Year.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42r104.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 42nd session. Volume 1, 15 September-21 December 1987'', A/42/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''42/186. Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond''. A/RES/42/186\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (e)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1987. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42r186.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 42nd session. Volume 1, 15 September-21 December 1987'', A/42/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''42/187. Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development''. A/RES/42/187\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (e)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1987. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42r187.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 42nd session. Volume 1, 15 September-21 December 1987'', A/42/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''42/193. Preparation of the new international development strategy for the fourth United Nations development decade''. A/RES/42/193\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1987. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42r193.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 42nd session. Volume 1, 15 September-21 December 1987'', A/42/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''43/181. Global Strategy for Shelter to the Year 2000''. A/RES/43/181\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\nSub item (e)\n\n\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1988. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a43r181.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 43rd session. Volume 1, 20 September-22 December 1988'', A/43/49
\n''43/196. United Nations conference on environment and development''. A/RES/43/196\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (g)\n\nLong-term strategy for sustainable and environmentally sound development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1988. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a43r196.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 43rd session. Volume 1, 20 September-22 December 1988'', A/43/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''44/127. International Literacy Year''. A/RES/44/127\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 95\n\nPreparation and organization of International Literacy Year\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1989. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 44/127. International Literacy Year\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r127.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Culture of Peace Cooperation Circles]]
\n''44/159. Summary or arbitrary executions''. A/RES/44/159\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1989. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r159.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49
\n''44/172. Plan of Action to Combat Desertification''. A/RES/44/172\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\nSub item (g)\n\nDesertification and drought\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1989. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r172.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49
\n''44/228. UN Conference on Environment and Development''. A/RES/44/228\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (f)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1989. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r226.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''44/25. Convention on the Rights of the Child''. A/RES/44/25\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nAdoption of a convention on the rights of the child\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1989. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 44/25. Convention on the Rights of the Child\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r25.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''44/77. Implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women''. A/RES/44/77\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 104\n\nForward-looking strategies for the advancement of women to the year 2000\n\nSub item (a)\n\nImplementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for\nthe Advancement of Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1989. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a44r77.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''45/125. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/45/125\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 102\n\nForward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women to the Year 2000\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r125.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/158. International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families''. A/RES/45/158\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r158.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/177. Restructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the economic and social fields''. A/RES/45/177\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 117\n\nReview of the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r177.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/211. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''. A/RES/45/211\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 80\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r211.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/217. World Summit for Children''. A/RES/45/217\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 84\n\nOperational activities for development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r217.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/239 C. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/45/239 C\n\nFifth Committee: Administrative and Budgetary Questions\n\nAgenda item: 126\n\nPersonnel questions\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r239c.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''45/264. Restructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the economic, social and related fields''. A/RES/45/264\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 117\n\nReview of the efficiency of the administrative and financial functioning of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r264.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 2, 22 December 1990-16 September 1991'', A/45/49/Add.1
\n''46/100. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/46/100\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 95\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r100.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''46/119. The protection of persons with mental illness and the improvement of mental health care''. A/RES/46/119\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 98\n\nHuman rights questions\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r119.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''46/164. United Nations Conference on Human Settlements''. A/RES/46/164\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 77\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (g)\n\nHuman settlements\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r164.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''46/168. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''. A/RES/46/168\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 78\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r168.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''46/235. Restructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the economic and social fields''. A/RES/46/235\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 137\n\nRestructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the social, economic and related fields\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nApril, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r235.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 2, 21 December 1991-14 September 1992'', A/46/49/Add.1
\n''46/91. Implementation of the International Plan of Action on Ageing and related activities''. A/RES/46/91\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 94\n\nSocial development\n\nSub item (a)\n\nQuestions relating to the world social situation, and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a46r91.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''47/120 A. An Agenda for Peace: preventive diplomacy and related matters''. A/RES/47/120 A\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nReport of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r120a.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/120 B. An Agenda for Peace''. A/RES/47/120 B\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nReport of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r120b.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 2, 24 December 1992-20 September 1993'', A/47/49 (Vol.II)
\n''47/120. An Agenda for Peace: preventive diplomacy and related matters''. A/RES/47/120\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nReport of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r120.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/122. World Conference on Human Rights''. A/RES/47/122\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 97\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r122.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/124. United Nations year for tolerance''. A/RES/47/124\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 97\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r124.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/129. Elimination of all forms of religious intolerance''. A/RES/47/129\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 97\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r129.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/135. Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities''. A/RES/47/135\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 97\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r135.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/174. Summit on the Economic Advancement of Rural Women''. A/RES/47/174\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r174.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/180. United Nations conference on human settlements (Habitat II)''. A/RES/47/180\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 78\n\nDevelopment and international economic co-operation\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r180.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/181. An agenda for development''. A/RES/47/181\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 78\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r161.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/188. Establishment of an intergovernmental negotiating committee for the elaboration of an international convention to combat desertification in those countries experiencing serious drought and/or desertification, particularly in Africa''. A/RES/47/188\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nReport of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r188.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/189. Convening of a global conference on the sustainable development of small island developing States''. A/RES/47/189\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nReport of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r189.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/190. Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''. A/RES/47/190\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nReport of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r190.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/191. Institutional arrangements to follow up the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''. A/RES/47/191\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nReport of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r191.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/193. Observance of World Day for Water''. A/RES/47/193\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 79\n\nReport of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r193.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/196. Observance of an international day for the eradication of poverty''. A/RES/47/196\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 81\n\nInternational cooperation for the eradication of poverty in developing countries\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r196.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/199. Triennial policy review of the operational activities of the United Nations development system''. A/RES/47/199\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 83\n\nOperational activities for development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r199.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/5. Proclamation on Ageing''. A/RES/47/5\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item 93\n\nSocial development\n\nSub item (a)\n\nQuestions relating to the world social situation, and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r5.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/75. International Year of the World's Indigenous People, 1993''. A/RES/47/75\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item 97\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r75.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''47/93. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/47/93\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 94\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47r93.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 47th session. Volume 1, 15 September-23 December 1992'', A/47/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/104. Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women''. A/RES/48/104\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 111\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r104.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''48/106. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/48/106\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 111\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a45r106.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/108. Implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women''. A/RES/48/108\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 111\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r108.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''48/126. United Nations Year for Tolerance''. A/RES/48/126\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 114\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r126.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/127. Human rights education decade''. A/RES/48/127\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 114\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 48/127. Human rights education decade\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r127.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''48/141. High Commissioner for the promotion and protection of all human rights''. A/RES/48/141\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 114\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r141.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/162. Further measures for the restructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the economic, social and related fields''. A/RES/48/162\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 56\n\nRestructuring and revitalization of the United Nations in the social, economic and related fields\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r162.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/163. International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/48/163\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 114\n\nHuman rights questions; Human rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\nSub item (b)\n\n\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r163.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/166. An agenda for development''. A/RES/48/166\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 91\n\nDevelopment and international cooperation\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r166.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/183. International Year for the Eradication of Poverty''. A/RES/48/183\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 93\n\nInternational cooperation for the eradication of poverty in developing countries\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r183.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/190. Dissemination of the principles of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development''. A/RES/48/190\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 99\n\nImplementation of decisions and recommendations of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r190.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/214. United Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa in the 1990s''. A/RES/48/214\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 24\n\nUnited Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa in the 1990s\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r214.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/95. Positive and full inclusion of persons with disabilities in all aspects of society and the leadership role of the United Nations therein''. A/RES/48/95\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 109\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r95.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''48/96. Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities''. A/RES/48/96\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 109\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r96.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/109. United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)''. A/RES/49/109\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 88\n\nSustainable development and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (g)\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r109.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/142. United Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa in the 1990s''. A/RES/49/142\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 154\n\nUnited Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa in the 1990s\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r142.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/153. Towards full integration of persons with disabilities in society: implementation of the Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, and of the Long-Term Strategy to Implement the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons to the Year 2000 and Beyond''. A/RES/49/153\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 95\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r153.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/161. Implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women''. A/RES/49/161\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 97\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r161.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/164. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/49/164\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 97\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r164.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/167. Improvement of the status of women in the Secretariat''. A/RES/49/167\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 97\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r167.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/184. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education''. A/RES/49/184\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 100\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 49/184. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r184.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''49/213. United Nations Year for Tolerance''. A/RES/49/213\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 102\n\nPreparations for and organization of the United Nations Year for Tolerance\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r213.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/214. International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/49/214\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 103\n\nProgramme of actiities for the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r214.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/234. International convention to combat desertification particularly in Africa''. A/RES/49/234\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 89\n\nEnvironment and sustainable development\n\nSub item (d)\n\nElaboration of an International Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r234.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''49/60. Measures to eliminate international terrorism''. A/RES/49/60\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 142\n\nMeasures to eliminate international terrorism\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1994. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a49r60.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 49th session. Volume 1, 20 September-23 December 1994'', A/49/49 (Vol.I)
\n''50/100. United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)''. A/RES/50/100\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 95\n\nSustainable development and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (c)\n\nUnited Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1995. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r100.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)
\n''50/107. Observance of the International Year for the Eradication of Poverty and proclamation of the first United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty''. A/RES/50/107\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 95\n\nSustainable development and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (i)\n\nInternational cooperation for the eradication of poverty in developing countries\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1995. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r107.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)
\n''50/157. Programme of activities for the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/50/157\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 111\n\nProgramme of activities for the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nFebruary, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r157.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)
\n''50/165. Improvement of the situation of women in rural areas''. A/RES/50/165\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 107\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1995. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r165.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)
\n''50/173. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education: towards a culture of peace''. A/RES/50/173\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 112\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 50/173. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education: towards a culture of peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r173.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''50/6. Declaration on the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations''. A/RES/50/6\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 29\n\nCommemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1995. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a50r6.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 50th session. Vol. 1, 19 September-23 December 1995'', A/50/49 (Vol.I)
\n''51/101. Culture of peace''. A/RES/51/101\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 110\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 51/101 on a Culture of peace.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51r101.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 51st session. Volume 1, 17 September-18 December 1996'', A/51/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''51/104. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education and public information activities in the field of human rights''. A/RES/51/104\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 110\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 51/104. United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education and public information activities in the field of human rights.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51r104.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 51st session. Volume 1, 17 September-18 December 1996'', A/51/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''51/178. First United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty''. A/RES/51/178\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 96\n\nSustainable development and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (f)\n\nEradication of poverty\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51r178.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 51st session. Volume 1, 17 September-18 December 1996'', A/51/49 (Vol.I)
\n''51/78. International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/51/78\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 107\n\nProgramme of activities for the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51r78.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 51st session. Volume 1, 17 September-18 December 1996'', A/51/49 (Vol.I)
\n''51/95. Follow-up to the United Nations Year for Tolerance''. A/RES/51/95\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 110\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51r95.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its 51st session. Volume 1, 17 September-18 December 1996'', A/51/49 (Vol.I)
\n''52/13. Culture of peace''. A/RES/52/13\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 156\n\nTowards a culture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 52.13. Culture of Peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a52r13.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 52nd session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-22 December 1997'', A/52/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''52/15. Proclamation of the year 2000 as the International Year for the Culture of Peace''. A/RES/52/15\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 52/15. Proclamation of the year 2000 as the International Year for the Culture of Peace\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a52r15.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 52nd session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-22 December 1997'', A/52/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''52/82. Implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: towards a society for all in the twenty-first century''. A/RES/52/82\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 102\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1997. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a52r82.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 52nd session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-22 December 1997'', A/52/49 (Vol.I)
\n''53/22. United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/53/22\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 168\n\nDialogue among civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1998. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a53r22.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 53rd session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 9 September-18 December 1998'', A/53/49 (Vol.I)
\n''53/243 A. Declaration on a Culture of Peace''. A/RES/53/243 A\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 31\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 53/243. Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a53r243a.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 53rd session. Volume 3, [Resolutions and decisions], 19 December 1998-13 September 1999'', A/53/49 (Vol.III)
\n''53/243 B. Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace''. A/RES/53/243 B\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 31\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 53/243. Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a53r243b.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 53rd session. Volume 3, [Resolutions and decisions], 19 December 1998-13 September 1999'', A/53/49 (Vol.III)
\n''53/243. Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace''. A/RES/53/243\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 31\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 53/243. Declaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a53r243.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 53rd session. Volume 3, [Resolutions and decisions], 19 December 1998-13 September 1999'', A/53/49 (Vol.III)
\n''53/25 International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010)''. A/RES/53/25\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 31\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 53/25 on the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World (2001 - 2010)\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a53r25.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 53rd session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 9 September-18 December 1998'', A/53/49 (Vol.I)
\n''54/113. United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/54/113\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 34\n\nDialogue among civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54r113.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 1999'', A/54/49 (Vol.I)
\n''54/121. Implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: towards a society for all in the twenty-first century''. A/RES/54/121\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 106\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54r121.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 1999'', A/54/49 (Vol.I)
\n''54/122. A United Nations literacy decade: education for all''. A/RES/54/122 E/1999/70\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 106\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly resolution 54/122. A United Nations literacy decade: education for all\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54r122.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 1999'', A/54/49 (Vol.I)
\n''54/263. Optional protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the involvement of children in armed conflict and on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography''. A/RES/54/263\n\nAgenda item 116\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (a)\n\nImplementation of human rights instruments\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54r263.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 3, 24 December 1999-5 September 2000'', A/54/49 (Vol.III)
\n''54/4. Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/54/4\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 109\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54r4.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 1999'', A/54/49 (Vol.I)
\n''55/196. International Year of Freshwater''. A/RES/55/196\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 95\n\nEnvironment and sustainable development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r196.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)
\n''55/2. United Nations Millennium Declaration''. A/RES/55/2\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item 60\n\nUnited Nations reforms measures and proposals\n\nSub item (b)\n\nThe Millennium Assembly of the United Nations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nMillennium Declaration of the United Nations General Assembly, reaffirming its faith in the United Nations and its Charter as indispensable foundations of a more peaceful, prosperous and just world. Re-formatted as an HTML document, with an expanded table of contents and hypertext links to key documents cited in the Declaration.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r2.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''55/23. United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/55/23\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 32\n\nUnited Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r23.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)
\n''55/25. United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime''. A/RES/55/25\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 105\n\nCrime prevention and criminal justice\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r25.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)
\n''55/254. Protection of religious sites''. A/RES/55/254\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 32\n\nUnited Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r254.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 3, 24 December 2000-10 September 2001'', A/55/49 (Vol.III)
\n''55/282. International Day of Peace''. A/RES/55/282\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 33\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 55/282 establishing September 21 each year as the International Day of Peace.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r282.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 3, 24 December 2000-10 September 2001'', A/55/49 (Vol.III)
\n''55/47. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010''. A/RES/55/47\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 33\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 55/47 on the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r47.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''55/97. Elimination of all forms of religious intolerance''. A/RES/55/97\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 114\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r97.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)
\n''56 (I). Political Rights of Women''. A/RES/1/56\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nPolitical rights of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1946. London, United Kingdom.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1r56.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the second part of its First session from 23 October to 15 December 1946'', A/1/64/Add.1\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1-64a1.pdf
\n''56/115. Implementation of the World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons: towards a society for all in the twenty-first century''. A/RES/56/115\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r115.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)
\n''56/116. United Nations Literacy Decade: education for all''. A/RES/56/116\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 56/116. United Nations Literacy Decade: education for all\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r116.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)
\n''56/183. World Summit on the Information Society''. A/RES/56/183\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 95\n\nMacroeconomic policy questions\n\nSub item (c)\n\nScience and technology for development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r183.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)
\n''56/3. United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/56/3\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 25\n\nUnited Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r3.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)
\n''56/474. Participation of persons with disabilities in the Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities''. A/DEC/56/474\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJuly, 2002. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56d474.htm
\n''56/5. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001 - 2010''. A/RES/56/5\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 28\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 56/5. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001 - 2010\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r5.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''56/6. Global Agenda for Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/56/6\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 25\n\nUnited Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56r6.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 56th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 12 September-24 December 2001'', A/56/49 (Vol.I)
\n''57/191. Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues''. A/RES/57/191\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 106\n\nProgramme of activities of the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2002. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57r191.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 57th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 10 September-20 December 2002'', A/57/49 (Vol.I)
\n''57/229. Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities''. A/RES/57/229\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 109\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2002. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57r229.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 57th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 10 September-20 December 2002'', A/57/49 (Vol.I)
\n''57/254. United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development''. A/RES/57/254\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 87\n\nEnvironment and sustainable development\n\nSub item (a)\n\nImplementation of Agenda 21 and the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 57/254. United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57r254.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 57th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 10 September-20 December 2002'', A/57/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''57/337. Prevention of armed conflict''. A/RES/57/337\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nReport of the Secretary-General on the work of the Organization\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJuly, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57r337.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 57th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 10 September-20 December 2002'', A/57/49 (Vol.I)
\n''57/6. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001 - 2010''. A/RES/57/6\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 24\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 57/6. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001 - 2010\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57r6.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 57th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 10 September-20 December 2002'', A/57/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''58/11. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010''. A/RES/58/11\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 44\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nGeneral Assembly Resolution 58/11 establishing the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r11.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''58/128. Promotion of religious and cultural understanding, harmony and cooperation''. A/RES/58/128\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 44\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r128.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''58/158. International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/58/158\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 114\n\nProgramme of activities of the International Decade of the World's Indigenous People\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r158.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''58/217. International Decade for Action, "Water for Life", 2005-2015''. A/RES/58/217\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item: 95\n\nImplementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcome of the World Summit for Sustainable Development\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r217.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''58/246. Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities''. A/RES/58/246\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 117\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r246.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''58/4. United Nations Convention against Corruption''. A/RES/58/4\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nCrime prevention and criminal justice\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a58r4.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/142. Promotion of religious and cultural understanding, harmony and cooperation''. A/RES/59/142\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 35\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r142.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 2004'', A/59/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/143. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010''. A/RES/59/143\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 35\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r143.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 2004'', A/59/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/174. Second International Decade of the World's Indigenous People''. A/RES/59/174\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 102\n\n\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r174.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 2004'', A/59/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/198. Ad Hoc Committee on a Comprehensive and Integral International Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights and Dignity of Persons with Disabilities''. A/RES/59/198\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 105\n\nHuman rights questions\n\nSub item (b)\n\nHuman rights questions, including alternative approaches for improving the effective enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r198.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 2004'', A/59/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/23. Promotion of interreligious dialogue''. A/RES/59/23\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 35\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r23.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 2004'', A/59/49 (Vol.I)
\n''59/290. International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism''. A/RES/59/290\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 148\n\nMeasures to eliminate international terrorism\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nApril, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a59r290.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 3, 24 December 2004-13 September 2005'', A/59/49 (Vol.III)
\n''6. The Challenges Facing Water Resources Management in Latin America and the Caribbean''\n\n//Lee, Terence R., Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''60/1. 2005 World Summit Outcome''. A/RES/60/1\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 46\n\nIntegrated and coordinated implementation of and follow-up to the outcomes of the major United nations conferences and summits in the economic, social and related fields\n\nAgenda item: 120\n\nFollow-up to the outcome of the Millennium Summit\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a60r1.htm
\n''60/10. Promotion of interreligious dialogue and cooperation for peace''. A/RES/60/10\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 43\n\nCulture of Peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a60r10.htm
\n''60/11. Promotion of religious and cultural understanding, harmony and cooperation''. A/RES/60/11\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 43\n\nCulture of Peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a60r11.htm
\n''60/3. International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World, 2001-2010''. A/RES/60/3\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 43\n\nCulture of Peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a60r3.htm
\n''60/4. Global Agenda for Dialogue among Civilizations''. A/RES/60/4\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 42\n\nGlobal Agenda for Dialogue among Civilizations\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a60r4.htm
\n''640 (VII). Convention on the Political Rights of Women''. A/RES/7/640\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 61\n\nDraft Convention on the Political Rights of Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1952. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a7r640.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly at its Seventh session during the period from 14 October to 21 December 1952'', A/7/2361\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a7-2361.pdf
\n''7. Integrated Water Resources Management: A Community-based Approach''. h2o\n\n//Robinson, Peter B. Zimconsult, Harare, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''8. Integrated Information Management''. h2o\n\n//Davis, Denis A. Canada, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''9. Water and Food Security''. h2o\n\n//Swaminathan, M. S. Director, Centre for Research, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.
\n''A Culture of Peace - Russian text''. A/53/243\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nDeclaration and Programme of Action on a Culture of Peace, United Nations General Assembly Resolution A/53/243 (A/53/L/79).
\n''A Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nInterfaith journey invoking light, reconciliation and peace in response to the World Trade Center bombings of September 11 and the aftermath of the bombings. The journey is a series of eight brief passages: Queries on Opening to the Light; Twin Beacons of Light; Twin Light and Colour Cubes; Twisted Pairs of Cubes; Oh Say Can You See By the One Light in All; Reconciliation in Primary Colours; Reconciliation in 16 Colour Palettes; and The Great Invocation.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/reconcile/\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''A framework for the classification of educational systems''\n\n//Robert Pollard, Boston College//\nMarch, 1997. Boston, MA.
\n''A/CONF.165/PC.3/2 Accreditation of Non-Governmental Organizations''\n\n//Preparatory Committee for the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJanuary, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nAlphabetical listing of Non-Governmental Organizations, including address, phone, fax, contact person,, membership type and relevance. The body of the document was generated from the HAB2-NGO database.\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[HAB2-NGO]] - ~NGOs Accredited to Habitat II
\n''A/CONF.165/PC.3/2/Add.1 -Accreditation of NGOs ..''\n\n//Preparatory Committee for the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJanuary, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nAlphabetical listing of Non-Governmental Organizations, including address, phone, fax, contact person, membership type and relevance. The body of the document was generated from the HAB2-NGO database.
''Accent variations''\n\nA database of alternative character sets and their correspondences, ACCENT allows easy lookup of alternative representation of ~non-ASCII characters used under different protocols - e.g. ASCII, ~ANSI/Windows, HTML-N, HTML-A, IBASCII, etc. ACCENT can generate conversion files to be used in conjunction with ~CNV-41, a simple DOS-based program - made available on line and by e-mail request - that can convert between any two sets of character representations.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development preparations]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 2]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Alliance of Northern People for Environment & Development''\n\nMembers of the Alliance of Northern People for Environment & Development (ANPED) and participants at its November 1992 Annual meeting - in Budapest, Hungary - to discuss plans, visions and strategy for European NGO follow-up to the [[Earth Summit]] and the Global Forum.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Alliance of Northern People for Environment & Development]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Alternative Press Centre''\n\nDatabase for the Alternative Press Index, a quarterly index of alternative publications. APC directly generated the body of the Index, creating massive secondary merge files - based on a multiple classification of the articles included in the index. The output from APC was merged into WordPerfect 4.0, and with the application of a few keystroke macros and the use of styles, generated the final, camera-ready copy for the body of the Index.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Alternative Press Center]]\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Alternative Press Index]]
''Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders at the Parliament of World Religions''\n\nDatabase that was used - in conjunction with WordPerfect 5.1 styles and macros - to classify, organize and format the report of the facilitating group based on facilitator's observations and notes on the proceedings of the Assembly.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Parliament of World Religions]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Summary Report of the Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders]]
\n''Action Plan for the Human Environment. B. Recommendations for action at the international level''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B.\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Action Plan for the Human Environment. B.5. Development and Environment''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B.5\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b5.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Action Plan for the Human Environment. C. Action Plan''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, C.\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-c.htm
<<option chkGenerateAnRssFeed>> GenerateAnRssFeed\n<<option chkOpenInNewWindow>> OpenLinksInNewWindow\n<<option chkSaveEmptyTemplate>> SaveEmptyTemplate\n<<option chkToggleLinks>> Clicking on links to tiddlers that are already open causes them to close\n^^(override with Control or other modifier key)^^\n<<option chkHttpReadOnly>> HideEditingFeatures when viewed over HTTP\n<<option chkForceMinorUpdate>> Treat edits as MinorChanges by preserving date and time\n^^(override with Shift key when clicking 'done' or by pressing Ctrl-Shift-Enter^^\n<<option chkConfirmDelete>> ConfirmBeforeDeleting\nMaximum number of lines in a tiddler edit box: <<option txtMaxEditRows>>\nFolder name for backup files: <<option txtBackupFolder>>\n<<option chkInsertTabs>> Use tab key to insert tab characters instead of jumping to next field\n<<tiddler "YourSearch Options">>
\n''Affidavit #1 in Support of an Order to Show Cause to Vacate Judgement and to Restore to the Calendar''\n\n//Doe, John (Pollard, Robert), Housing Court of Kings//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/affidavit-1.pdf
\n''Affidavit #2 in Support of an Order to Show Cause to Vacate Judgement and to Restore to the Calendar''\n\n//Pollard, Robert ("John Doe"), Housing Court of Kings//\nAugust, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nAffidavit providing an overview of the grounds for the judge to vacate a Stipulation of Settlement that had been entered into without the jurisdiction of the Court and that had failed to provide reasonable due process.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/affidavit-2.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Affidavit #3 in Support of an Order to Show Cause to Vacate Judgement and to Restore to the Calendar''\n\n//Doe, John (Pollard, Robert), Housing Court of Kings//\nSeptember, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nAffidavit filed in Rama and Manjula, a Corporation against Fye and Doe, Index No. 70826/00, in the Housing Part of the Civil Court of Kings County, New York, summarizing arguments as to why the Court's Judgments, raising issues, inter alia, of jurisdictional and procedural errors, and the Court's failure to uphold 14th Amendment requirements to provide equal protection under the law.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/affidavit-3.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Agenda 21''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I) Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\n\nAgenda 21 and the other agreements of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development - the [[Earth Summit]] - held in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/agenda21.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Summit and Global Forum '92]]\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 1. Preamble''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-01.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 10. Integrated Approach to the Planning and Management of Land Resources''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-10.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 11. Combating Deforestation''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-11.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 12. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Combating Desertification and Drought''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-12.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 13. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Sustainable Mountain Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-13.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 14. Promoting Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-14.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 15. Conservation of Biological Diversity''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-15.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 16. Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-16.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 17. Protection of the Oceans, All Kinds of Seas, including Enclosed and Semi-enclosed Seas, and Coastal Areas and the Protection, Rational Use and Development of their Living Resources''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-17.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 18. Protection of the Quality and Supply of Freshwater Resources: Application of Integrated Approaches to the Development, Management and Use of Water Resources''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-18.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 19. Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic Chemicals, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Toxic and Dangerous Products''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-19.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 2. International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development in Developing Countries and Related Domestic Policies''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-02.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 20. Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Hazardous Wastes''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-20.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 21. Environmentally Sound Management of Solid Wastes and Sewage-related Issues''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-21.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 22. Safe and Environmentally Sound Management of Radioactive Wastes''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-22.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 23. Preamble: Strengthening The Role Of Major Groups''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-23.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 24. Global Action for Women Towards Sustainable and Equitable Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-24.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 25. Children and Youth in Sustainable Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-25.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 26. Recognizing and Strengthening the Role of Indigenous People and their Communities''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-26.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 27. Strengthening the Role of Non-governmental Organizations: Partners for Sustainable Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-27.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 28. Local Authorities' Initiatives in Support of Agenda 21''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-28.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 29. Strengthening the Role of Workers and their Trade Unions''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-29.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 3. Combating Poverty''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-03.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 30. Strengthening the Role of Business and Industry''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-30.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 31. Scientific and Technological Community''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-31.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 32. Strengthening the Role of Farmers''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-32.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 33. Financial Resources and Mechanisms''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-33.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 34. Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technology, Cooperation and Capacity-building''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-34.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 35. Science for Sustainable Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-35.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 36. Promoting Education, Public Awareness and Training''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-36.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 37. National Mechanisms and International Cooperation for Capacity-building in Developing Countries''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-37.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 38. International Institutional Arrangements''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-38.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 39. International Legal Instruments and Mechanisms''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-39.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 4. Changing Consumption Patterns''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-04.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 40. Information for Decision-making''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-40.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 5. Demographic Dynamics and Sustainability''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-05.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 6. Protecting and Promoting Human Health''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-06.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 7. Promoting Sustainable Human Settlement Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-07.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 8. Integrating Environment and Development in Decision-Making''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-08.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Chapter 9. Protection of the Atmosphere''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I)\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-09.htm\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda 21, Other UNCED Agreements and the NGO Alternative Treaties''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nAugust, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nThe first - and for a long time, the only - web-based version of Agenda 21 and the other agreements of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development - the [[Earth Summit]] - held in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992, including the NGO Alternative Treaties.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/agenda21/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SUSTAIN]] - Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''Agenda item 5.16. Proclamation of an International Year of Global Consciousness and the Ethics of Dialogue among Peoples''. 32 C/63\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nSeptember, 2003. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/32c63.htm
\n''Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific and Cultural Materials''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nJuly, 1950. Florence, Italy.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/fa-1950.htm
\n''Alice in Cyberwonderland''\n\n//Grandpa Ruh//\nJune, 2004. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA story that began a few years ango, and has since been dedicated to //Sophia Bella// - Grandpa Ruh's first and only grandchild to date - and to grandchildren everywhere - and to a love of reading, especially children's books, ''Alice in Cyberwonderland'' begins when ''Alice'' is exploring her new wireless notebook computer at her favourite spot alongside the bank of a stream at ''Congress Park'' in ''Saratoga Springs''. Just as she begins is browsing through her favorite site - ''Alice in Wonderland'' - a ''white rabbit'' dashes up to Alice, pausing to say "I have to take this shortcut. Follow me!" - and leaps through the screen . Alice had barely time to blink before seeing the white rabbit look at her in a way that reminded her of her own pet white rabbiit, and in a Flash, scurried down a rabiit hole that suddenly opened up at the bottom left of Alice's screen, not before looking back at Alice with an imploring look, saying "Alice, please please follow me!".\n\nAnd so the story begins - well actually it begins a little before that, but that beginning - and the rest of the story, is still to come.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Alice in Cyberwonderland]]\n*[[Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*HABITAT3 - Habitat Three\n*[[LIGHT]] - Light and Colour Engine\n*MyPalace - A Palace of Information in a Knowledge-baed Universe
\n''Almaty Declaration''. A/CONF.202/3 Annex II\n\n//International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Cooperation//\nAugust, 2003. Almaty, Kazakhstan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/almaty-d.htm
\n''Almaty Programme of Action: Addressing the Special Needs of Landlocked Developing Countries within a New Global Framework for Transit Transport Cooperation for Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries''. A/CONF.202/3 Annex I\n\n//International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Cooperation//\nAugust, 2003. Almaty, Kazakhstan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/almaty-p.htm
\n''Alternative Press Index''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Database designer, Alternative Press Center//\nJune, 1982. Baltimore, MD.\n\nA Quarterly index of articles from alternative publications, generated from the APC DataPerfect relational database.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[APC]] - Alternative Press Centre
\n''Alternative Treaties Bulletin''\n\n//Pollard, Robert; Sutherland, Will. Editors, Ideas for Tomorrow Today//\nNovember, 1992. Millbrook, United Kingdom.\n\nBulletin with news and reports on the implementation of the Alternative Treaties developed in Rio de Janeiro at the '92 Global Forum.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]
\n''Alternative Treaties: Synergistic Processes for Sustainable Communities and Global Responsibility''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Ruth West; Will Sutherland. Editors, Ideas for Tomorrow Today//\nJanuary, 1993. Millbrook, United Kingdom.\n\nAn edited version of the alternative treaties developed by non-government organizations at the '92 Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992. The edition incorporates an enhanced classification system that, inter alia, facilitated the incorporation of the treaties in a searchable full-text database and an expanded introduction to the alternative treaty process.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/treaties/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.\n*[[INGOF]] - International NGO Forum
\n''Alternative Treaty-Making Process from the International Non-Governmental Organization Forum (Pre-publication edition)''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International Synergy Institute//\nSeptember, 1992. East Lansing, MI.\n\nThe first printed version of the NGO Alternative Treaties, including background and description of the alternative treaty process, the full text of each treaty, in a preliminary logical ordering.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[U.S. Citizens Follow-up to the Earth Summit]]
\n''Alternative Treaty-Making Process: Education in Sustainability and Global Responsibility (Pre-Publication edition)''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International Synergy Institute//\nOctober, 1992. Toronto, Canada.\n\nA compilation of the Alternative Treaties developed by non-government organizations at the '92 Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992. (An earlier version was published in September 1992)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]\n*[[Eco-Ed Conference in Ottawa]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
\n''An Agenda for Peace''. A/47/277 S/24111\n\n//Secretary-General//\nJune, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a47-277.htm
\n''An Earthcare Interfaith Network: A proposal for preparing input into the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Friends in Global Networks//\nAugust, 1989. Baltimore, MD.\n\nProposal for organizing faith communities to focus attention on the preparations for the 1992 UNCED process, with special reference to the Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) process of the World Council of Churches.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Friends Committee on Unity with Nature]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[FGC Gathering 1989]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Earth and Spirit]]
\n''An Experiment Concerning the Transmission of Social Values''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, The Johns Hopkins University//\nNovember, 1972. Baltimore, MD.\n\nUnpublished Master's Thesis. Methodology, research design and data analysis of an experiment designed to test a relationship between personality type and susceptibility to change in values.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[The Johns Hopkins University, Social Relations Department]]
\n''Annex I: Water as a Key Resource in Sustainable Development''\n\n//Working Group 1, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/harare-1.htm
\n''Annex II: Freshwater Ecosystems and Water Quality''\n\n//Working Group 2 , Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\n\nReport of working group 2. Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Strategic Approaches to Freshwater Management, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1998.01.27 - 1998.01.30.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/harare-2.htm
\n''Annex III: Economic and Financial Issues''\n\n//Working Group 3, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/harare-3.htm
\n''Annex VI: Participation and Institutions for Integrated Water Resources Management''\n\n//Working Group 4, Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/harare-4.htm
\n''Applying Information and Communication Technology for Sustainability''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nJune, 1993. New York, NY.\n\nIntervention at the first session of the Commission on Sustainable Development recommending, inter alia, that procedures be adopted requesting all documents submitted to the Commission be also provided in electronic format.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/csd-93.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''Attendance Monitoring & Analysis Policy, Baltimore City''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Administrative Analyst. Editor, Baltimore City Jail//\nMay, 1984. Baltimore, MD.\n\nCompiled and edited Policy and Procedure for City-wide attendance monitoring and analysis policy. Generated through a participatory management process, and through a series of revisions and reorganizations.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Administrative Analysis]]
\n''Audiovisual Resident Orientation - Baltimore City Jail''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Baltimore City Jail//\nFebruary, 1981. Baltimore, MD.\n\nDesigned and developed audiovisual - sound-on-slide - orientation presentation that was shown to all City Jail residents on their arrival.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Administrative Analysis]]
''Balancing Checking Accounts & Cash Flow''\n\nChecking account balance; elaboration of an original DataPerfect template with increased detail, including provision for multiple bank accounts, Petty Cash accounts, vendor information, etc.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Baltimore Environmental Center''\n\nDirectory of members and committee membership. Used to generate mailing labels and to generate calendar listings for the monthly newsletter - The Beacon - that was edited and produced using WordPerfect 4.2\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Baltimore Environmental Center]]\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[The Beacon]]
''BIC Database''\n\nDatabase, written in BASIC, designed for organizational membership contact information, used for generating mailing labels, membership directories, etc. The original version of BIC had been written by Carl Chatzky, an eccentric radical visionary genius who had gained a freedom from conformity to any normal conventions of schedule and time through having written the software for the Maryland State Lottery. Carl Chatzky was the co-founder, with Robert Pollard, of the Baltimore Information Cooperative - BIC - after which the database was named.\n\nBIC Database was progressively revised by Pollard with a modular structure that allowed, inter alia, the easy maintenance of multiple sort order indexes for a database. BIC Database was made freely available to organizations that participated in the Information Co-op.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[609 Montpelier Street]]\n*[[Baltimore Information Cooperative]]
''Bookstore, Baltimore Yearly Meeting''\n\nCatalog and accounting for the book store at the Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]
''Better Waverly Community Organization''\n\nDatabase for the Better Waverly Community Organization, including listing of members, homeowners, all properties in the neighborhood, the registered ownership of the properties and other information on the properties and their ownership. Used for newsletter mailing labels, sorted by postal code, and in conjunction with a campaign to identify owners of deteriorating or delinquent properties.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Better Waverly Community Organization]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Better Waverly News]]
\n''Balance with Nature''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Earthcare Interfaith Network//\nNovember, 1989. Los Angeles, CA.\n\nIdentification of an imbalance with nature as a central theme underlying the major global crises we face, and the need for a spiritual response. Testimony presented at the Globescope Pacific Assembly, Los Angeles, 1989.11\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/values/balance.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Globescope Pacific Assembly and Global Tomorrow Coalition]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Caring for Creation Conference]]\n*[[Earth and Spirit]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''Beijing Declaration''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex I\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/beijingd.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Beijing Platform for Action''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/beijingp.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter I: Mission Statement''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter I\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-1.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter II: Global Framework''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter II\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-2.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter III: Critical Areas of Concern''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter III\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-3.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. A. Women and poverty''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, A\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-a.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. B. Education and training of women''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, B\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-b.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. C. Women and health''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, C\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-c.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. D. Violence against women''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, D\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-d.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. E. Women and armed conflict''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, E\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-e.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. F. Women and the economy''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, F\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-f.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. G. Women in power and decision-making''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, G\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-g.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. H. Institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, H\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-h.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. I. Human rights of women''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, I\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-i.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. J. Women and the media''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, J\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-j.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. K. Women and the environment''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, K\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-k.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV. L. The girl child''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV, L\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4-l.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter IV: Strategic Objectives and Actions''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter IV\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-4.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter V: Institutional Arrangements''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter V\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-5.htm
\n''Beijing Platform for Action. Chapter VI: Financial Arrangements''. A/CONF.177/20 Annex II, Chapter VI\n\n//Fourth World Conference on Women//\nSeptember, 1995. Beijing, China.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bpa-6.htm
\n''Better Waverly News''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Better Waverly Community Organization//\nJanuary, 1986. Baltimore, MD.\n\nEdited and "desk-top published" - in WordPerfect 5.0 - the Monthly Newsletter of the Better Waverly Community Organization. Maintenance of database of Better Waverly members, and of mailing addresses and ownership of houses in the Better Waverly community.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Better Waverly Community Organization]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[BWCO]] - Better Waverly Community Organization
\n''Birth of the Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nAn exploration in connections between the Light and Colour Cubes and the colours of the rainbow, Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves represents a mapping of the colours of the cubes onto a sine wave, in which the cycle of colours seems to evoke the colour sequence of the rainbow. The development of the Rainbow Cubic Sine Wave took place over two days very shortly on the birth of the Cubic Colour Wheel, reflecting an openness to softening the sharp edges of the Cubes, as well as to focus attention on some of the rhythmic and cyclical properties of the cubes.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Boneyard News''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Staff Advisor, Baltimore City Jail//\nJanuary, 1973. Baltimore, MD.\n\nInmate newsletter at Baltimore City Jail. Generally published monthly using "ditto" duplication.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Library]]
\n''Bonn Guidelines on access to genetic resources and fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of their utilization''. UNEP/CBD/COP/6/20 Annex I, Decision VI/24A\n\n//Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biodiversity//\nApril, 2002. The Hague, The Netherlands.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/bonn-g.htm
\n''Brussels Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the Decade 2001-2010''. A/CONF.191/11 Chapter II\n\n//Third United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries//\nMay, 2001. Brussels, Belgium.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac191-11.htm
\n''Bulletin de Liaison Interactif''\n\n//Liamine, Nathalie, Environment Liaison Centre International//\nMarch, 1992. New York, NY.\n\nFour issues - one French-English, two English-French, and one French-Castellano - eighteen pages, using "Da Zi Bao" style processes for participant interactive message systems.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 4]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
''Campaign for a More Democratic United Nations''\n\nParticipants in the 3rd Conference for a More Democratic United Nations. The basis for a listing of names and addresses of participants, and subsequently of incorporating the data from a survey of participants.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Campaign for a More Democratic United Nations]]
''Survey of 1993 CAMDUN participants''\n\nContact information and survey responses for participants in the 1993 Conference for A More Democratic United Nations (CAMDUN), held in New York City, in September 1993.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Center for Citizen Advocacy''\n\nContact information database for the late Michael McCoy's Center for Citizen Advocacy; developed in the context of Host Committee preparations for the final [[Habitat II]] PrepCom in New York.
''Caring For Creation Conference participants''\n\nParticipants, with registration information, at the Caring for Creation interfaith conference on religion and responsibility for caring for the earth and all creation. It was here that the name "Information Habitat: Where Information Lives" was conceived, and was given expression in a booth exhibit by that name at the conference.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Caring for Creation Preparations]]\n*[[Caring for Creation Conference]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''''\n\n
''Community Law Center''\n\nDatabase of the Community Law Center in Baltimore; an organization committed to making legal support available to grassroots, neighborhood associations, especially in low income neighborhoods. Used to generate mailing labels and address listings.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Community Law Center]]
''Light & Colour Cube Engine''\n\nDatabase engine of light and colour for the
''Cowden Conservation Society''\n\nDatabase of the names and addresses in the address book of Hazel Pollard, compiled in the context of plans for the conversion of [[Friendly Green Cottage]], Cowden, Kent - where she and Geoffrey Pollard had lived since their retirement - as a model village-based global participatory communications centre, with a concern to resolving local, national and global policies, practices and procedures on issues relating to environment and development, including curricula on "Addressing the Future" including developing a generalised form of the uniform resource locator, mathematical geography and geographic relational database / information systems.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Friendly Green Cottage]]
''Commission on Sustainable Development''\n\nAccredited and participating NGOs at the First Session of the [[Commission for Sustainable Development]], 1st PrepCom of the Global Conference on Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States, and 2nd & 3rd Sessions of the Intergovernmental Negotiation Committee for a Convention to Combat Desertification and the Effects of Drought.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]
''Commission on Sustainable Development related documents''\n\nBibliographic database, designed to organize and record availability and location in electronic form, by language, of United Nations Documents - initially those relating to proceedings of the Department of Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development (DPCSD).
''NGO Steering Committee for the UN Commission on Sustainable Development''\n\nDatabase for the Coordinator of the Northern Clearinghouse for the NGO Steering Committee for maintenance of information on Steering Committee members and participants, and membership in Caucuses of the Steering Committee.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[5th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Directory of Steering Committee Members 1998-99]]
\n''Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety''\n\n//Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity//\nJanuary, 2000. Montr�al, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpb.htm
\n''Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. Annex I: Information Required in Notifications under Articles 8, 10 and 13''\n\n//Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity//\nJanuary, 2000. Montr�al, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpb-x1.htm
\n''Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. Annex II: Information Required Concerning Living Modified Organisms Intended for Direct Use as Food or Feed, or for Processing under Article 11''\n\n//Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity//\nJanuary, 2000. Montr�al, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpb-x2.htm
\n''Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. Annex III: Risk Assessment''\n\n//Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity//\nJanuary, 2000. Montr�al, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpb-x3.htm
\n''Chapter 10: The Economic and Social Council''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-10.htm
\n''Chapter 11: Declaration Regarding Non-Self-Governing Territories''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-11.htm
\n''Chapter 12: International Trusteeship System''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-12.htm
\n''Chapter 13: The Trusteeship Council''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-13.htm
\n''Chapter 14: The International Court of Justice''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-14.htm
\n''Chapter 15: The Secretariat''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-15.htm
\n''Chapter 16: Miscellaneous Provisions''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-16.htm
\n''Chapter 17: Transitional Security Arrangements''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-17.htm
\n''Chapter 18: Amendments''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-18.htm
\n''Chapter 19: Ratification and Signature''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-19.htm
\n''Chapter 1: Purposes and Principles''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-01.htm
\n''Chapter 2: Membership''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-02.htm
\n''Chapter 3: Organs''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-03.htm
\n''Chapter 4: The General Assembly''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-04.htm
\n''Chapter 5: The Security Council''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-05.htm
\n''Chapter 6: Pacific Settlement of Disputes''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-06.htm
\n''Chapter 7: Action with Respect to Threats to the Peace, Breaches of the Peace, and Acts of Aggression''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-07.htm
\n''Chapter 8: Regional Arrangements''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-08.htm
\n''Chapter 9: International Economic and Social Co-operation''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-09.htm
\n''Children's Health and the Environment''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nDecember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.12.03, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/16.
\n''Citizens' Consultation on the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development: Conference Resources''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Compiled/edited/typeset, Citizens Alliance on UNCED//\nOctober, 1990. Washington, DC.\n\nCompilation of information on UNCED, including brochure on the Citizens Alliance on UNCED (the proposed name of the U.S. Citizens Network before the consultation), proposed structure of the Alliance/Network, and directory of participants, generated from a DataPerfect database.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Citizens' Consultation on UNCED - preparations]]\n*[[Citizens' Consultation on UNCED]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[EIN]] - Earthcare Interfaith Network
\n''Colour Equations / Faces of the Peace Cube''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nAn early visual presentation of some of the basic colour equations between the additive (light) and subtractive (pigment) primary colours as expressed through the faces of the light and colour cubes.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/equations/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]
\n''Commission on Human Settlements - Sixteenth session''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nPublication in html format of all available official documents - in English, Spanish and French - of the Sixteenth Session of the United Nations Commission for Human Settlements. The web-based publication was accompanied by dissemination of key documents and of the availability of all documents through an extensive network of electronic mailing lists.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Commission on Human Settlements - 16th session]]
\n''Commission on Sustainable Development: Report of the eleventh session (27 January 2003 and 28 April-( may 2003''. E/2003/29\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJanuary, 2003. New York, NY.
\n''Commitments. Your Voice, Issue 10''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Parliament of the People//\nSeptember, 1993. Chicago, IL.\n\nPublication - as a special issue of ''Your Voice'' - of the personal commitments that were shared by participants - on Post-it notes in small group sessions - in the final session of the four-day Parliament of the People that was held in parallel to the Parliament of World Religions.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/your-voice/yv-10.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[One World Now]]\n*[[Your Voice]]\n*[[Parliament of the People]]
\n''Communication Protocols for Keeping Information Alive''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Chair, Information Committee, U.S. Citizens Network on UNCED//\nMarch, 1991. Baltimore, MD.\n\nIdentification of formatting considerations that enhance clarity and readability when sending electronic mail and posting messages to online conferences.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/docs/protocol.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[EcoNet, Institute for Global Communications]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 2]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
\n''Communications & Information: 1993 Global Forum''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nJuly, 1992. Baltimore, MD.\n\nConcept paper for an integrated communications and information strategy for a 1993 Global Forum that was to have been hosted by the UK Government.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/docs/ci-gf93.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]
\n''Computer Communications & the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development: Alternative Technology for Communication and Participation by Non-government Organizations: A Concise Guide''\n\n//Goree, Langston James VI; Pollard, Robert, Institute of Pre-History, Anthropology and Ecology//\nAugust, 1990. Nairobi & Baltimore, MD,.\n\nA brief overview of UNCED-related computer communications, the Concise Guide was produced for the first PrepCom meeting, and widely distributed by the UNCED Secretariat and vie electronic conferences and electronic mail.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/docs/cc-unced.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[EcoNet, Institute for Global Communications]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 1]]\n*[[Earth and Spirit]]
\n''Constitution of the International Labour Organization''\n\n//General Conference, International Labour Organization//\nApril, 1919. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/iloconst.htm
\n''Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization''\n\n//United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1945. Paris, France.\n\nConstitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unesco-c.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''Consultations with the United Nations with a view to declaring 1995 United Nations year for tolerance''. Resolution 26 C/5.6\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1991. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/26c-r5-6.htm
\n''Convention against Discrimination in Education''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nDecember, 1960. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cde.htm
\n''Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment''. A/RES/39/46 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 99\n\nTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1984. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cat.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 39th session, 18 September-18 December 1984 and 9-12 April 1985'', A/39/51
\n''Convention concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation''. C111\n\n//General Conference, International Labour Organization//\nJune, 1958. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cdreo.htm
\n''Convention concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries''. C169\n\n//International Labour Organization//\nJune, 1989. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/c169.htm
\n''Convention concerning Minimum Age for Admission to Employment''. C138\n\n//International Labour Organization//\nJune, 1973. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/c138.htm
\n''Convention concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour''. C182\n\n//International Labour Organization//\nJune, 1999. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/c182.htm
\n''Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1972. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpwcnh.htm
\n''Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict''\n\n//United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nMay, 1954. The Hague, The Netherlands.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpcpeac.htm
\n''Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others''. A/RES/4/317 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1949. Lake Success, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cstpepo.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: General Assembly official records, 20 September-10 December 1949'', A/4/1251\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a4-1251.pdf
\n''Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters''. ECE/CEP/43\n\n//Economic Commission for Europe//\nApril, 1998. Aarhus, Denmark.\n\nUnited Nations ECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters. ECE/CEP/43.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aarhus.htm
\n''Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora''\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMarch, 1973. Washington, DC.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cites.htm
\n''Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May be Deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects''. A/CONF.95/15\n\n//United Nations Conference on Prohibitions or Restrictions of Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects//\nOctober, 1980. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cpruccw.htm
\n''Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat''\n\n//International Conference on Conservation of Wetlands and Waterfowl//\nFebruary, 1971. Ramsar, Iran.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ramsar.htm
\n''Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/34/180 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 75\n\nDraft Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1979. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cedaw.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 34th session, 18 September 1979 - 7 January 1980'', A/34/46\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property''\n\n//General Conference , United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1970. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cppiiecp.htm
\n''Convention on the Political Rights of Women''. A/RES/7/640 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 61\n\nDraft Convention on the Political Rights of Women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1952. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cprw.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly at its Seventh session during the period from 14 October to 21 December 1952'', A/7/2361\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a7-2361.pdf
\n''Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide''. A/RES/3/260 A Annex\n\nSixth Committee: Legal Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nGenocide: draft convention and report of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1948. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cppcg.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions: official records of the Third session of the General Assembly, part 1, 21 September-12 December 1948'', A/3/810\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a3-810.pdf
\n''Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques''. A/RES/31/72 Annex\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 45\n\nConvention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques: report of the Conference of the Committee on Disarmament\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1976. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/enmod.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 31st session. Volume 1, 21 September-22 December 1976'', A/31/39
\n''Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-personnel Mines and on Their Destruction''\n\n//Oslo Diplomatic Conference on a Total Global Ban on Anti-Personnel Mines//\nSeptember, 1997. Oslo, Norway.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/mbt.htm
\n''Convention on the Rights of the Child''. A/RES/44/25 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nAdoption of a convention on the rights of the child\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1989. New York, NY.\n\nConvention on the Rights of the Child\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/crc.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 44th session, v. 1, 19 September-29 December 1989'', A/44/49
\n''Convention relating to the Status of Refugees''\n\n//United Nations Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Status of Refugees and Stateless Persons//\nJuly, 1951. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/crsr.htm
\n''Copenhagen Declaration on Social Development''. A/CONF.166/9 Chapter I, Annex I\n\n//World Summit for Social Development//\nMarch, 1995. Copenhagen, Denmark.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/cope-dec.htm
\n''Cubic Colour Wheels - Cycling in Peace''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Cubic Colour Wheels - On the Drawing Board''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Cubic Colour Wheels of Peace''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Cycles of the Peace Faces''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nAugust, 1998. New York, NY.
''Database of databases''\n\nDatabase on the structure, contents and organization of Dataperfect databases developed by Robert Pollard, under the auspices of Information Habitat and a number of earlier organizations. Contains data on file names, descriptions, sizes, data links, reports, et cetera. Generates listings and reports of database characteristics and descriptions, including the report you are reading.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Day of the week''\n\nGives the day of the week for any date between March 1900 and 2078, and displays the date in expanded Digital Date Forma: yyyy.mm.dd - Day, Date, Month, Year.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Year 2000 Crisis]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[The Digital Date Clock as a Universal Date Format]]\n*[[Y2K Countdown Digital Date Clock]]
''Diet and Daily Expenses''\n\n\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Inner Gardens]]
''Digital Engine''\n\nThe Digital Engine is a prototype for an open source digital engine based on information ecology design principles. The digital engine incorporates a set of related databases designed to enable the establishment and maintenance of interactive public fora, and incorporates an evolving set of protocols for the structure, field formats of data files, and a rule-based framework for relationships between data files.\n\nDIGITAL is being created using
''Digital Engine, Mark II''\n\nThe Digital Engine, Mark II, grew out of the short-lived transformative MESO-SUM digital engine. MESO-SUM had been created on the Eve of the 2004 Summer Solstice in support of the Mesopotamian Summer initiative that began on the Solstice, as a culmination of major integration and replacement of panels and data from the original DIGITAL database into HABITAT3 as well as the incorporation of panels from AIDA.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers - A Cradle of Civlization]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future]]. World Commission on Environment and Development\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines]]\n*[[Information Ecology: An Emerging Wikibook]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives - a Wikibook]]\n*[[UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization
''~DataPerfect French Revolution Analytic Study''\n\nA database for the organization and analysis of coded records of grievances recorded in the Cahiers de Dol�ances in conjunction with the Convocation of the Estates General on the eve of the French Revolution.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Quantitative Studies of the French Revolution]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
''~DataPerfect - Viewing the Engine's Structure''\n\nDP-VIEW is based on modifications to the MANAGER database, expanded to include reports that present the structure of DataPerfect databases through a set of linked web pages. DP-VIEW embodies a revival and elaboration of the idea behind the DPMANAGE database.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]\n*[[Inner Gardens]]
''~DataPerfect Digital Engine Reference Manual''\n\nRevision of [[MANUAL]] database, initially to rename panels - as DPMANUAL.* - and in 2004.09 to reorganize the manual with each subsection of the manual as a separate record, incorporating a five-level table of contents, and the [[FORMULA]] database adding a more complex indexing system for sections, using it to generate a hyperlinked set of web pages for the Reference Manual, and making provisions for updating the manual with features added since Dataperfect 2.3, and hints and examples offered by DataPerfect Users.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]
''Managing ~DataPerfect Databases''\n\nAn initial effort to integrate [[DATABASE]] with [[MANAGER]], intended to serve as a greatly expanded database of databases to document the growing number of DataPerfect databases being developed.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
''~DataPerfect Manual in a Soft Shell''\n\nA revision of the [[ENGINE]] database, ~DPManual 2.0 is integrated with a customized version of [[WordPerfect Shell]] that provides direct access to DataPerfect utilities, companion programs and a selection of databases. Through the use of Shell macros, ~DPManual itself also includes access to DataPerfect utilities from some of the menus in the database. A number of additional panels have been developed, including documentation of WordPerfect 5.1+ functions, HTML elements, Cascading Styles and an extended set of panels on special characters.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Inner Gardens]]
''Da Zi Bao - Roots of the Future''\n\nThe database for a "participant interactive message system" that was based on a compilation of concise (50 words or less) messages from the participants of the Roots of the Future International NGO Conference in Paris. The issues of Da Zi Bao were generated from WP5.1 secondary merge files generated from the database and the use of WP5.1 macros and styles. A total of nine issues were published during the four days of the conference, and a compilation of all the messages, organized by key word, was generated from DZB-1.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Process]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Process - Messages from Roots of the Future, International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Manual for Participant Interactive Message System]]. Union of International Associations
''Da Zi Bao at ANPED Annual Meeting''\n\nDa Zi Bao treatment of comments in the consumption and production working group at the 1992 Annual Meeting of ANPED (Alliance of Northern People for Environment and Development) in Budapest.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Alliance of Northern People for Environment & Development]]
''Da Zi Bao - General version''\n\nTemplate for Da Zi Bao database with multiple languages.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]
''Da Zi Bao - Global Heart Convocation''\n\nFour single page issues of Da Zi Bao were published in a small-scale, informal implementation of the Da Zi Bao process at the gathering of people on the basis of a Heart-centered concern for the issues of the upcoming Earth Summit.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Global Heart Convocation]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: Global Heart Magnanimous Planning Session]]
''Da Zi Bao - Second Global Structures Convocation''\n\nA simplified version of DZB-1 database, with seven issues published in the two-day conference including one hundred and three messages from seventy-six participants.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Global Structures Convocation]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: Global Structures Convocation]]
''Da Zi Bao - ~Inter-Sectoral Dialogue Meeting, '92 Global Forum''\n\n\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: Inter-Sectoral Dialogue Meeting, '92 Global Forum]]. Union of International Associations
''Da Zi Bao - UNCED ~PrepCom 4''\n\nFull-text database of all the Da Zi Bao issues during the final Preparatory Committee for UNCED (the [[Earth Summit]]). 17 issues, 175 messages published.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Strategy Group]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: UNCED PrepCom 4]]
''Da Zi Bao - '92 Global Forum''\n\nFull text database containing the fifty-eight issues of the Da Zi Bao interactive bulletin that were published during the '92 Global Forum in Rio; 21 issues were in English, 25 in Portuguese, 8 in Spanish and 4 in French. More than 2,200 separate messages in all were published - more than 2,800 records were gathered. An additional 10 issues of Da Zi Bao were published in conjunction with the Inter-Sectoral Dialogue meetings at the Global Forum.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Da Zi Bao]]
''Da Zi Bao - Single Language version''\n\nSimplified template for producing Da Zi Bao in a single language.
\n''Da Zi Bao''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Project director, International Synergy Institute//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\n\nFifty-eight issues of the Da Zi Bao interactive bulletin were published during the '92 Global Forum in Rio; 21 issues were in English, 25 in Portuguese, 8 in Spanish and 4 in French. More than 2,200 separate messages in all were published. An additional 10 issues of Da Zi Bao were published in conjunction with the Inter-Sectoral Dialogue meetings at the Global Forum.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DZB-RIO]] - Da Zi Bao - '92 Global Forum
\n''Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Process''\n\n//Pollard, Robert; Liamine, Nathalie. Editors, Environment Liaison Centre International//\nDecember, 1991. Paris, France.\n\nA "participant interactive message system" that was based on a compilation of concise (50 words or less) messages from the participants of the ''Roots of the Future'' International NGO Conference in Paris. A total of nine issues were published during the four days of the conference.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/dazibao/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*DZB-1 - Da Zi Bao - Roots of the Future
\n''Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Process - Messages from Roots of the Future, International NGO Conference''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International Synergy Institute//\nJanuary, 1992. Brussels, Belgium.\n\nA database-generated compilation of all the Da Zi Bao messages published at the Roots of the Future NGO Conference in Paris, organized by keyword. The compilation provides a clear identification of the critical issues - and the diversity of perspectives - that were of concern to NGOs in the UNCED process.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/dazibao/compile.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*DZB-1 - Da Zi Bao - Roots of the Future
\n''Da Zi Bao: Global Heart Magnanimous Planning Session''\n\n//Pollard, Robert; Marsden, Claire. Editors, International Synergy Institute//\nFebruary, 1992. Tucson, AZ.\n\nFour one-sided issues of a participatory interactive message system, with fifty-one messages from thirty-five participants.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Global Heart Convocation]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DZB-GH]] - Da Zi Bao - Global Heart Convocation
\n''Da Zi Bao: Global Structures Convocation''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Publisher, International Synergy Institute//\nFebruary, 1992. Washington, DC.\n\nSeven one-sided issues - in six different colours - of Da Zi Bao. The issues were sold for 25 cents apiece, and revenue from sales more than covered the immediate material costs of production.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Global Structures Convocation]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DZB-GS]] - Da Zi Bao - Second Global Structures Convocation
\n''Da Zi Bao: Inter-Sectoral Dialogue Meeting, '92 Global Forum''\n\n//McLaren, Nadia, Union of International Associations//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\n\nDa Zi Bao was the principal document that was produced at the Inter-Sectoral Dialogue Meeting, preceding the official opening of the '92 Global Forum.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DZB-IS]] - Da Zi Bao - ~Inter-Sectoral Dialogue Meeting, '92 Global Forum
\n''Da Zi Bao: UNCED PrepCom 4''\n\n//McLaren, Nadia; Pollard, Robert, Environment Liaison Centre International//\nMarch, 1992. New York, NY.\n\nDatabase and bulletin published during the four week final Preparatory Committee. 17 issues, 275 messages. With Nathalie Liamine, Claire Marsden and others.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 4]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*DZB-PC4 - Da Zi Bao - UNCED ~PrepCom 4
''First Draft of [[Da Zi Bao]] Database Design''\n\nFirst draft of the database for participant interactive message system\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
\n''Dakar Framework for Action. Education For All: Meeting Our Collective Commitments''. ED-2000/CONF/211/1\n\n//World Education Forum//\nApril, 2000. Dakar, Senegal.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dakarfa.htm
\n''DataPerfect Digital Engines''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nAnnotated description of digital engines developed by Information Habitat: Where Information Lives, with links to related documents and web sites.\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine, Mark II
\n''Database of NGOs Accredited to UNCED''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International Synergy Institute//\nAugust, 1992. Baltimore, MD.\n\nRelational database of the 1,420 NGOs accredited to UNCED, their 2,850 representatives, a description of their UNCED-related activities, and classification by area of interest and sector; includes 10 page manual/guide.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[NGOUNCED]] - ~NGOs Accredited to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development
\n''Declaration by United Nations''\n\n//United Nations//\nJanuary, 1942. Washington, DC.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dec-un.htm
\n''Declaration concerning the aims and purposes of the International Labour Organisation''\n\n//General Conference, International Labour Organization//\nMay, 1944. Philadelphia, PA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dec-phil.htm
\n''Declaration of Alma-Ata''\n\n//International Conference on Primary Health Care//\nSeptember, 1978. Alma Ata, Kazakhstan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/alma-ata.htm
\n''Declaration of Barbados''. A/CONF.167/9 Annex I\n\n//Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States//\nMay, 1994. Bridgetown, Barbados.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/barb-dec.htm
\n''Declaration of Mexico on the Equality of Women and Their Contribution to Development and Peace''. E/CONF.66/34 Annex\n\n//World Conference of the International Women's Year//\nJuly, 1975. Mexico City, Mexico.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/mex-dec.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Declaration of Principles of International Cultural Co-operation''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1966. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dpicc.htm
\n''Declaration of Principles on Tolerance''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1995. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dpt.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''Declaration of Principles: Building the Information Society: a global challenge in the new Millennium''. WSIS-03/GENEVA/DOC/4-E\n\n//World Summit on the Information Society//\nDecember, 2003. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wsis-dop.htm
\n''Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter I\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unchedec.htm
\n''Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and Follow-up to the Declaration''\n\n//International Labour Organization//\nJune, 1988. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dfprw.htm
\n''Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1978. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/drrp.htm
\n''Declaration on Science and the Use of Scientific Knowledge''\n\n//World Conference on Science for the Twenty-first Century//\nJuly, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/sci-dec.htm
\n''Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Being Subjected to Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment''. A/RES/30/3452 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 74\n\nTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment in relation to detention and imprisonment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1975. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dpptcidt.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Thirtieth session, 16 September-17 December 1975'', A/30/10034\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a30-10034.pdf
\n''Declaration on the Right of Peoples to Peace''. A/RES/39/11 Annex\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 138\n\nRight of peoples to peace\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 1984. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/drpp.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 39th session, 18 September-18 December 1984 and 9-12 April 1985'', A/39/51
[[Welcome]]\n[[Project Information Habitat 2.0]]\nMyPalace\n[[About this site]]\nGettingStarted\n
\n''Development and International Co-operation: Environment''. A/42/427\n\n//Secretary-General//\nAugust, 1987. New York, NY.\n\n42/427. Development and International Co-operation: Environment\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42-427.htm
\n''Digital Bridges''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust//\nOctober, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA home for the establishment and maintenance of digital bridges - across the many gulfs - digital and otherwise - that have divided and separated people, communities, organizations and governments. Digital Bridges designs and architecture draw on the fundamental properties of information, information systems and networks, including the fact that information has zero mass, zero physical size and can travel at the speed of light, and that information systems now make possible common access to and observation of properties of the whole. [under construction]\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]
\n''Digital Bridges Exhibit at Westbeth Gallery''\n\n//Weschler, Arnold (Curator); Pollard, Robert (Web site), Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJuly, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site to enable access to the Digital Bridges Exhibit and to serve as a staging ground for a web site dedicated to Digital Bridges for Peace.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]
\n''Digital Bridges in Peace''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nAugust, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nInstallation in the Digital Bridges exhibit at the Westbeth Gallery, with Reconciliation in 16 Colour Palettes as the centrepiece, framed by sets of images based on the Peace Cubes and highlighting the Peace Cubes as vital building blocks.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/bridges/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Digital Bridges in Peace: TakingITGlobal''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nAugust, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nA project planning site on the TakingITGlobal platform to make the upcoming Digital Bridges in Peace exhibit at the second Digital Bridges to be held in January-February 2002 at Westbeth Gallery in New York available globally. The exhibit would include a reception on Friday, January 30, 2004 in honour of the opening of the 2004 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/digital-bridges\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]
\n''Directories & Labels: Friends Committee on Unity with Nature''\n\n//Publications Committee, Friends Committee on Unity with Nature//\nJanuary, 1989. Baltimore, MD.\n\nA series of directories of members and supporters of Friends Committee on Unity with Nature and corresponding sets of mailing labels.\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[FCUN]] - Friends Committee on Unity with Nature
\n''Directory of Computer Users in Social Services - Maryland Region''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Baltimore Information Cooperative//\nSeptember, 1985. Baltimore, MD.\n\nDirectory of members and participants of the Maryland Regional chapter of Computer Users in Social Services.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Computer Users in Social Services: Maryland Regional Chapter]]
\n''Dissemination of this Working Group's Papers in Electronic Format: Intervention of International Synergy Institute''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nFebruary, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nIntervention at the Intersessional Ad Hoc Open-Ended Working Group on Technology Transfer and Cooperation of the Commission on Sustainable Development noting the benefits of electronic dissemination of the documents before the Working Group as well as the broader role of strengthening information infrastructure in support of sustainable development.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/csdis-94.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[1st Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''Documents submitted by Respondents in Response to Interim Order of 2001.02.08''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Housing Court of Kings//\nFebruary, 2001. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nListing of documents filed by pro se tenants in response to an Interim Order of the Court requesting resubmission of the documents as the Court was unable to find the original documents.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/documents.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Doha Ministerial Declaration''. WT/MIN(01)/DEC/1\n\n//Ministerial Conference, World Trade Organization//\nNovember, 2001. Doha, Qatar.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/doha-md.htm
\n''Domains of Nature''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nSketch of some key domains of nature - rainforest domains, island domains, wildflower domains and more. Generated in Inspiration®, in pdf format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-domains.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''Draft Charter on transport, environment and health''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nDecember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.12.02, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/9.
\n''Draft Declaration of the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nDecember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nEUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/18. Pre-conference meeting for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, Bled, Slovenia, 14-16 February 1999.
\n''Draft Protocol on Water and Health to the 1992 Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Watercourses and International Lakes''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document, 1998.10.01, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: MP.WAT/AC.1/1998/14 &; EHCO 020102 N
\n''Draft United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples''. E.CN/Sub.2/1994/45 Annex\n\n//The Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities//\nAugust, 1994. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dundrip.htm
\n''Durban Declaration''. A/CONF.189/12 Chapter I\n\n//World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance//\nSeptember, 2001. Durban, South Africa.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/durban-d.htm
\n''Durban Programme of Action''. A/CONF.189/12 Chapter I\n\n//World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance//\nSeptember, 2001. Durban, South Africa.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/durban-p.htm
\n''Dushanbe Water Appeal''\n\n//Dushanbe International Freshwater Forum//\nSeptember, 2003. Dushanbe, Tajikistan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dushanbe.htm
''Electronic Mail''\n\nFull text database for email messages, for eventual integration into a comprehensive relational database structure; currently contains over one hundred messages, from 1988 through early 1993, many relating to facilitating the use of online communications in support of preparations for and follow-up to UNCED / the [[Earth Summit]].\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]
\n''E. Public participation''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-e.htm
''EARTH''\n\nEARTH
''Eastern Europe (??)''\n\nEastern Europe
''Gaia University network of knowledge, information ecology database''\n\nECOLOGY was the successor to the [[INTERNET]] database, renamed to focus attention on its ecological properties, and incorporating minor revisions and updates to its structure, in addition to the conceptual shift associated with the change of name.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Journey of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Multilateral Agreement on Investment]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 2]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Gaia University]]
\n''ECOSOC 2000 Ministerial Declaration: Development and international cooperation in the twenty-first century: the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy''. E/2000/L.9\n\nAgenda item: 2\n\nDevelopment and international cooperation in the twenty-first century: the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nMinisterial Declaration at the High-Level Segment of ECOSOC 2000 on the theme of Development and international cooperation in the twenty-first century: the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/e2000l9.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
''Earthcare Interfaith Network''\n\nCore database for Earthcare Interfaith Network; framework for Who Is Who: People and Organizations in Service to the Earth. EIN also served as the database for the Citizens Alliance for UNCED (the United Nations Conference of Environment and Development aka the [[Earth Summit]]) that evolved into the U.S. Citizens Network on UNCED, an organization that facilitated and helped to coordinate most U.S. based NGOs that were accredited to UNCED. EIN maintained contact information, committee affiliation and areas of interest for members and participants in the Citizens Network. In this capacity, EIN enabled frequently updated generation and distribution of directories of Network participants, including a directory of participants in the founding meeting of the U.S. Citizens Network on UNCED. EIN also served as a database for the Information and Communications Committee of the NGO Strategy Group for UNCED.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Globescope Pacific Assembly and Global Tomorrow Coalition]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[International NGO Strategy Group]]\n*[[Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth]]\n*[[Citizens' Consultation on UNCED - preparations]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 1]]\n*[[Citizens' Consultation on UNCED]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 2]]\n*[[Center for Our Common Future]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Citizens' Consultation on the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development: Conference Resources]]
''~DataPerfect Digital Engine Operating Manual''\n\nAn intermediate engine between the first and second versions of DPManual, ENGINE was developed to serve as an operating manual for the DataPerfect Digital Engine.\n\nENGINE incorporated the [[ACCENTS]] and [[FORMULA]] databases along with additional panels for the various elements of the design of DataPerfect with the goal of portraying DataPerfect through the relational database of its elements, and to generate an open source curriculum in the [[DataPerfect Digital Engine]] in HTML format.\n\nIn the final stages before being given back its earlier name its [[DPMANUAL]], with a barely perceptible change in case - ENGINE, together with Digital Engine, Mark II - now [[MYPALACE]] - and LIGHT, was host to initial implementation of [[information ecology]] panel and field name conventions, and to new panels imported from WordPerfect 5.1+ style and macro libraries - OPEN-03.STY and OPEN respectively - and to systematic harvesting of screen shots from help screens for Office Shell 4.0 and Office Editor 3.1 and a few from WP5.1+ in preparation for enhancement of the manual's coverage of these incorporating manuals in the cluster of programs whose design incorporates a common framework and interoperable features.\n\nThe final stage of this initial phase of ENGINE's life also saw the development of an expanded menu, and preparation for the creation of exception fields with corresponding indexes to provide menu access constrained to particular features or areas of interest.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Early human health effects of climate change in Europe''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.11.16, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/15.
\n''Earth Charter''\n\n//Earth Charter Commission//\nJune, 2000. The Hague, The Netherlands.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/earth-ch.htm
\n''Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles''\n\n//Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles//\nApril, 2005. New York, NY.\n\n''Related databases''\n*MyPalace - My Palace - an expansive digital home
\n''Earthday on the Equinox on the Internet''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site for the 1997 celebration of Earth Day on the Equinox at the Peace Bell at United Nations Headquarters, with the theme "A Culture of Peace". The ceremony was broadcast live on the Internet via streaming video.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/earthday/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Earth Society Foundation]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]
\n''Eastern European Participation in UNCED''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit//\nOctober, 1991. Prague, Czech Republic.\n\nDiscussion of the critical need for Eastern European NGOs to participate in the UNCED preparations, identification of key benefits, and strategic recommendations.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Strategy Group]]\n*[[On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit]]
\n''Economic Perspectives in Environment and Health''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.12.03, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/14.
\n''Educational, Informational, Social and Cultural Aspects of Environmental Issues''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B.4\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b4.htm
\n''Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nA home - on the ''TakingITGlobal'' platform - for an initiative to release a prototype curriculum in the elements of information globally, in the form of a broadly accessible and understandable curriculum in [[information ecology|Information ecology] for people of all ages - from birth to death.\n\nIn conjunction with ''Project Information Habitat'' - based on a prototype [[information ecology|Information ecology] platform, the curriculum - and related structures and processes - would be developed in a participatory open source framework.\n\nMajor project elements have separate homes on the ''TakingITGlobal'' and ''Information Ecology'' platforms - with the goal of strengthening the global reach of the projects with a particular focus on engaging the interest and participation of young people.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/information-eco\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Souce Curriculum''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nDesign, development and implementation of an open source curriculum in the elements of light and colour, based on the properties of the Virtual Light and Colour Cubes, incorporating an elementary three-dimensional mathematics of light and colour and a new appreciation and understanding of the nature and characteristics of the primary colours of light and pigment.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/light-elements\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Elements of the International Instrument on the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Water-related Disease: Note prepared by the drafting group''. h2o\n\n//WHO Regional Office For Europe, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. New York,.\n\nMP.WAT/AC.1/1998/5
\n''Environmental Aspects of Natural Resources Management''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter I, B.2\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b2.htm
\n''Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond''. A/RES/42/186 Annex\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (e)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1987. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a42r186x.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 42nd session. Volume 1, 15 September-21 December 1987'', A/42/49\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 1998. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPreliminary schematic representation for "Essential Economics". The model, developed in the context of "Holistic approaches to freshwater" and the consideration of the nature of water as an economic good at the 6th Session of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development, describes an economic transaction as a process at the intersection of flows of labour, money, knowledge, material resources, energy, infrastructure, etc.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-essence.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]
\n''Establishment of a Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues''. E/RES/2000/22\n\n//Economic and Social Council//\nJuly, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/e2000r22.htm
\n''Expanded Commentary on the Dakar Framework for Action''\n\n//World Education Forum Drafting Committee//\nMay, 2000. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/dakar-ec.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Expression of thanks''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter IV\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche-et.htm
\n''F. Institutions and management''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-f.htm
''Family Tree''\n\nSimple two panel database to maintain records and generate reports for a family tree. One panel is for people, the other for their marriages / relationships. Generates a four generation family tree, in either direction.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
''Friends Committee on Unity with Nature''\n\nDatabase of people involved with Friends Committee on Unity with Nature, including subscribers to the Befriending Creation newsletter, and Clerks of Monthly Meetings in Baltimore Yearly Meeting.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Homewood Monthly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Friends Committee on Unity with Nature]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]\n*[[Fifth World Conference of Friends]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Directories & Labels: Friends Committee on Unity with Nature]]. Friends Committee on Unity with Nature
''Friends of the Family''\n\nAn integrated database for participation records and report generation for the set of Family Support Centers that had been recently funded by the State of Maryland.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Waverly Family Center]]\n*[[Friends of the Family]]
''NGO Forum '96''\n\nDatabase created in very short order to manage schedules for the NGO Forum, input and organize details of events and event organizers and presenters, resolve time and/or room conflicts. FORUM96 was used to generate - on-demand - interim schedules for planning purposes, and to generate up-to-date daily printed schedules and event that were posted throughout the NGO Forum site.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[NGO Forum '96 Preparations]]\n*[[NGO Forum '96]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Schedules - print & web-based - of Events at NGO Forum '96]]
''Truth for a Change, et al''\n\nDatabase initially developed for maintaining archival information of the Cable TV broadcasts of Truth For A Change, and of related images.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Truth for A Change]]
\n''Faces of the Peace Cube''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nIntroduction to the faces of the light and colour cubes - and to a three-dimensional mathematics of light and colour. 10 slides / pages. Generated in Powerpoint; pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''Financing for Development Forum''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA partnership-based online web-site in support of access to information and participation in consultations relating to the preparations for the High Level United Nations event on Financing for Development scheduled for the first quarter of 2002. Incorporated a comprehensive compilation of English-language PrepCom documents in HTML format, with links to relevant background documents, and PDF copies of Arabic, French, Russian and Spanish documents.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 2]]
\n''Financing for Development and Transition to the Knowledge-Based Economy''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nAn analysis of the critical need for the Financing for Development (FfD) process at the United Nations to focus attention on the need for financing development that enables participation of developing countries in the new knowledge-based economy, and an identification of some of the key issues that need to be considered in the transition to a knowledge-based economy. Prepared for the FfD Business Hearings.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/ffd-kbe.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Global Business Hearings on Financing for Development]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 2]]
\n''Footnotes''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Footnotes\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-foot.htm
\n''Format of the International Instrument on the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Water-related Disease''. h2o\n\n//WHO Regional Office For Europe, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. New York,.\n\nMP.WAT/AC.1/1998/4
\n''Foundations for a Sustainable Common Future''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Earthcare Interfaith Network//\nAugust, 1989. Baltimore, MD.\n\nIdentification of value issues that are key to a transition to a sustainable future; need for holistic approaches, interfaith cooperation, integrating faith and practice, networking skills, and participation in UNCED preparations. Testimony presented at the Globescope Pacific Assembly, Los Angeles, November 1989.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/values/fscf.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Globescope Pacific Assembly and Global Tomorrow Coalition]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Caring for Creation Conference]]\n*[[Earth and Spirit]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''Framework For Action: Meeting Basic Learning Needs''\n\n//World Conference on Education for All//\nMarch, 1990. Jomtien, Thailand.\n\nFramework For Action : Meeting Basic Learning Needs\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/jomteinf.htm
\n''Friends in Global Networks''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Friends in Global Networks//\nAugust, 1989. Baltimore, MD.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Friends in Global Networks]]
\n''From Rio to Johnnesburg: A Holistic, Earth-Centred Response''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nA set of proposed amendments to the Chairman's Paper - A/CONF.199/PC/L.1 - from the 2nd Preparatory Committee for the World Summit on Sustainable Development focusing on holistic, earth-centred approaches based on an [[information ecology|Information ecology]] perspective. The draft also incorporated hypertext links to documents cited in the Chairman's Paper.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 3]]
\n''Full Cost Electronic Market''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nSchematic outline of key characteristics and relationships, and elements of the ecological properties relational database - engine of the market, incorporating "double entry bookkeeping for the earth". Outline, generated in Inspiration®, in pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
''Global Forum '93''\n\nGlobal Forum '93
''Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence''\n\nDeveloped initially to generate the calendar pages for the 2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence, GKSNV was merged into the [[DIGITAL]] database in January 2003 in preparation for a substantially enhanced web site for the 2003 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence: 2002 Calendar]]
\n''Gaia University''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust//\nJuly, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA web-based home for Gaia University and for a preliminary presentation of the Gaia Mind Hypothesis, including a presentation of an extensive set of Internet domains that were registered by members of the Gaia University family of organizations. Each of the domains was intended to play a central role in the curriculum and administration of Gaia University, and are being designed and developed within an [[information ecology|Information ecology] domain framework.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[26 Bushwick Avenue]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[ECOLOGY]] - Gaia University network of knowledge, information ecology database\n*[[INTERNET]] - Networked knowledge and information
\n''Gaia University - A Mid-Summer Night's Surprise Preview''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 2000. Saratoga Springs, NY.\n\nCelebration of the Summer Solstice with a presentation of a preview of plans for a Gaia University at Saratoga Springs - intended to serve as the hub of a global learning and teaching network - with an integrated online framework incorporating the Gaia Mind Hypothesis and [[information ecology|Information ecology] principles and including the registration of an extensive set of Internet domains intended to serve as hosts for key elements of a holistic curriculum.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/gaia-university/saratoga.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Gaia University]]
\n''Gaia University Family of .net Domains''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nOutline of .net Internet domains registered\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/gaia-university/domains.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Gaia University]]
\n''Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - 2003 Calendar''\n\n//Pollard. Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nWith the theme for the 2003 ''Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence: Ahimsa - Opening to an Inner Light'', www.season-for-nonviolence.net was developed as an evolving information habitat for nonviolence resources, in honour and recognition of the life, work and teachings of Mohandas K. "Mahatma" Gandhi and of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The web site incorporates a revised and reorganized calendar of brief messages on nonviolence for each day of the season, and intended to serve as an outline framework for a seasonal ten-week curriculum in nonviolence.\n\nThe information habitat is being developed on [[information ecology|Information ecology] design principles, and is increasingly being generated through a ''Digital Engine''.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/snv-2003/\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine
\n''Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - TakingITGlobal''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Facilitator, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nCreation and development of a globally-accessible Information Habitat for the Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - a database-generated web site and interactive information resources in support of participation in the upcoming Season - in conjunction with an undeniable need for a timely expression of support for ways of nonviolence, peace and justice - and for ways in which creative and cooperative uses of information technology, based on an appreciation of fundamental properties of information, information systems and networks - can offer transformative opportunities for sustainability, justice and peace.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/gandhi-king\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine
\n''Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence: 2002 Calendar''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nIllustrated daily calendar of themes and quotations prepared for the New York City Season for Nonviolence Task Force based on "64 Ways - 64 Days" developed by the Association for Global New Thought.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/snv-2002/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[GKSNV]] - Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence
\n''Geneva Convention I: for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War//\nAugust, 1949. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-1.htm
\n''Geneva Convention II: for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War//\nAugust, 1949. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-2.htm
\n''Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War//\nAugust, 1949. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-4.htm
\n''Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War//\nAugust, 1949. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-3.htm
\n''Geneva Conventions of 12 August, 1949 and Protocols Additional to the Conventions''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War//\nAugust, 1949. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc.htm
\n''Geneva Declaration for Rural Women''. A/47/308 Annex\n\n//Summit for the Economic Advancement of Rural Women//\nFebruary, 1992. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gdrw.htm
\n''Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child''\n\n//League of Nations//\nSeptember, 1924. Geneva, Switzerland.\n\nGeneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child of 1924\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gdrc1924.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
To get started with this blank TiddlyWiki, you'll need to modify the following tiddlers:\n* SiteTitle & SiteSubtitle: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)\n* MainMenu: The menu (usually on the left)\n* DefaultTiddlers: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened\nYou'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
\n''Goals for Children and Development in the 1990s''\n\n//World Summit for Children//\nSeptember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wsc-goal.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
''GooglIE - Googling Information Ecology''\n\nGooglie - a fusion of Google and IE / information ecology - is also a play on the cricket term googly, a ball with an unpredictable spin. The database was created to organize the results of a 2002 Google search for the phrase "[[information ecology]]".\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Digital Engines]]
''~NGOs Accredited to Habitat II''\n\nAccreditation and participation relational database for NGOs participating in the Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements ([[Habitat II]]) and in the meetings of the Preparatory Committees for the conference.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[UN Habitat, New York Liaison Office]]\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[A/CONF.165/PC.3/2 Accreditation of Non-Governmental Organizations]]. Preparatory Committee for the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)\n*[[Registered NGO Participants at Habitat II]]\n*[[Istanbul + 2.5 - Half Way on a Journey to Istanbul + 5: A Status Report]]
''NGOs accredited to Habitat II - Final''\n\nA minor modification of the [[HAB2NGO]] database.
''Habitat Three''\n\nAn evolution from the [[ECOLOGY]] database, Habitat Three is conceived of both as a preliminary organizing database for an anticipated Habitat III Conference to be held in 2016, and as a prototype digital habitat for the Third Millennium. The ~HABITAT3 database serves as the primary database of Information Habitat and remains one of the principle vehicles for the development of the [[DataPerfect Digital Engine]] that has become a central focus of Information Habitat: Where Information Lives.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Habitat II Follow-up]]\n*[[Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations]]\n*[[Journey of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[United Religions Initiative at the United Nations]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 2]]\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Earth Values Caucus]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 2]]\n*[[2002 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence]]\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Nonviolent Peaceforce, New York City Chapter]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[Journal Log Engine]]\n*[[Open Source Curriculum in DataPerfect and Firestorm]]\n*[[2003 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence]]\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]\n*[[Nonviolent Communication at the United Nations]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Alice in Cyberwonderland]].\n*[[Journey of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Archives]]
''Hazel Barbara Pollard Publications''\n\nDatabase of writings - with some brief excerpts - of Hazel Barbara Pollard - the mother of Information Habitat's Founder - including a remarkable set of diaries she wrote as a brilliant young writer and artist who had been accepted to University College, London - in Bloomsbury - to study English Literature - at the time when the Bloomsbury Group - Virginia Wolf, et al - was a creative center of arts, literature and progressive ideas.\n\nAlthough Hazel was not able to realize that dream - following her father's office indiscretions, her mother insisted that Hazel was the only person who could be trusted to be his secretary - she never expressed disappointment or anger, and continued to follow the lives of the Bloomsbury Group, and by the time of her death, had accumulated a wonderful small library of and about Bloomsbury Group participants.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Friendly Green Cottage]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Homewood Friends Meeting, Baltimore''\n\nDatabase of Members and Attenders at Homewood Friends Meeting, Baltimore.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Homewood Monthly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
\n''Habitat II Online: An Ecological Design Process''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nAn overview of ecological design considerations in the development of the Habitat II Online initiative to enable coherent, intelligent response to the agenda of the [[Habitat II]] conference incorporating an ecology of information, an ecology of education, and an ecology of participation.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/h2o/design.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Facilitating Group for Habitat II (IFG)]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]
\n''Habitat II Online: Invitation to a Journey''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nStatement at 1996 Earth Day celebration at the Peace Bell at United Nations Headquarters, extending an invitation to participate in a journey - to Istanbul and beyond; a journey of recommitment to the principles and values of Earth Day; a journey of discovery and exploration of new ways and tools with which we can work together in fulfilling the vision of Earth Day.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/journey.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Earth Society Foundation]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''Habitat II: PrepCom 1 Documents''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nCompilation of the official documents from the 1st PrepCom for [[Habitat II]] in English, French & Spanish; the documents were also posted on an Internet gopher with provisions of retrieving the documents via electronic mail for access by NGOs without direct access to the World Wide Web.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 2]]
\n''Habitat II: PrepCom 2 Documents''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nCompilation of the official documents from the 2nd PrepCom for [[Habitat II]] in English, French & Spanish; the documents were also posted on an Internet gopher with provisions of retrieving the documents via electronic mail for access by NGOs without direct access to the World Wide Web.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 2]]
\n''Habitat II: PrepCom 3 Documents''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nCompilation of the official documents from the 3rd PrepCom for [[Habitat II]] in English, French & Spanish; the documents were also posted on an Internet gopher with provisions of retrieving the documents via electronic mail for access by NGOs without direct access to the World Wide Web.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 3]]
\n''Habitat II: Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nOfficial web site for documents and information for the preparation for and follow up to the Habitat Agenda. The site included links to all major partner initiatives with an online presence, the agreements of the 1976 Habitat Conference in Vancouver, a compilation of UN documents on Housing as a Human Right, and all official documents available in electronic format in English, French and Spanish.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Facilitating Group for Habitat II (IFG)]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 3]]
\n''Habitat Online Partnership Plan of Action''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nPlan for an integrated online framework to support the role of partners in the implementation of and follow-up to the Habitat Agenda through the systematic use of electronic communications to strengthen cooperation between partners; capacity-building initiative in the use of information technology for Habitat partners. The Partnership Plan of Action was semi-formally incorporated into the Habitat follow up plans by UNCHS (Habitat) however the incorporation was lost when the unhabitat.org domain was "hijacked" and not restored when UN Habitat subsequently acquired the domain.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]
\n''Habitat Online Partnership Plan of Action - An Outline''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nSketch of a framework for monitoring and implementing the Habitat Agenda. Outline generated in Inspiration®, in pdf format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-hoppa.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''Healing a Nation''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nHealing a Nation is intended to serve as a home for an online forum in support of President-Elect George W. Bush's commitment to engage in a process of healing the divides in the U.S. that had become visible in the U.S. Presidential Election in the year 2000. The site highlights a fifth verse of the U.S. National Anthem, beginning with "Oh say can you see, by the one light in all", dedicated at a sunrise interfaith Earth Day ceremony held in April 1990 at Fort McHenry, birthplace of the National Anthem.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]
\n''Holistic Approaches to Financing for Development''\n\n//NGO Interlinkages Caucus//\nMay, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nStatement of the NGO Interlinkages Caucus in support of the reference in the Facilitator's Paper on the need for a holistic approach to financing for development and identifying key international agreements relating to social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ffd-forum/linkages.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Financing for Development, PrepCom 3]]
\n''Holistic Approaches to Freshwater Vitality: An Information Ecology Approach''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nOutline framework for the use of an [[information ecology|Information ecology] approach - focussing on watershed-based interactive public access to freshwater information - developed on the basis of NGO recommendations from the Freshwater Caucus and the Information Ecology Caucus of the NGO/CSD Steering Committee in response to "Integrated Management of Freshwater Resources" recommendations from a 1998.01 Expert Group meeting in Harare.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/h2o-partners/hafv.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus, CSD NGO Steering Committee]]\n*[[6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]
\n''Hopes, Dreams and Visions. Your Voice, Issue 7''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Parliament of the People Facilitating Team//\nSeptember, 1993. Chicago, IL.\n\nPublication - as a special issue of ''Your Voice'' - of the "hopes, dreams and visions" - thematically organized - expressed by participants on Post-it notes in small group sessions in the first day of the four-day Parliament of the People held in parallel to the Parliament of World Religions.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/your-voice/yv--7.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[One World Now]]\n*[[Your Voice]]\n*[[Parliament of the People]]
\n''Housing Court of Kings: A framework for information ecology and the administration of Justice''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJuly, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\n[[Information ecology]], justice and the law. A framework and a test case / case study in an [[information ecology|Information ecology]-enabled transformation of the Housing Part of the Civil Court of the City of New York, Kings County - better known as Brooklyn. The Housing Court of Kings is also intended to serve as a model framework to strengthen the role of Housing Courts to do justice to the rights of tenants, and to the responsibilities of landlords to maintain their properties in a lawful, ecologically-sound manner in keeping with the language and the spirit of international agreements on sustainable housing and sustainable communities and cities, and on sustainable, participatory development.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/overview.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[26 Bushwick Avenue]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]
\n''Human Rights Questions: Human Rights Questions, Including Alternative Approaches for Improving the Effective Enjoyment of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms''. A/51/201\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJuly, 1996. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a51-201.htm
\n''Huntington Beach: Life, Death, Rebirth, Light and Water''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 2000. Huntington Beach, NY.\n\nPhotographic slide show - leaves and new growth in a wooded garden and pebbles, shells and more on Huntington Beach, Long Island.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/huntington/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Hyogo Declaration''. A/CONF.206/6 Chapter 1, Resolution 1\n\n//World Conference on Disaster Reduction//\nJanuary, 2005. Kobe, Japan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/hyogodec.htm
\n''Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to Disasters''. A/CONF.206/6 Chapter 1, Resolution 2\n\n//World Conference on Disaster Reduction//\nJanuary, 2005. Kobe, Japan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/hfa.htm
\n''I. Equality''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Section I\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-1.htm
\n''II. Development''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Section II\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-2.htm
\n''III. Peace''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Section III\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-3.htm
''Information Habitat: Where Information Lives''\n\nThe initial database for Information Habitat: Where Information Lives; succeeded by the NGOS@UN database. During the active life of INFOHAB, it was the locus of major growth in its structure and contents, and was used to manage, inter alia, databases for key NGO Committees - on Human Settlements, Social Development, Sustainable Development, the NGO Steering Committee to the U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development, and the preliminary database for participants in preparations for the Millennium Forum.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[3rd Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 2]]\n*[[International NGO Facilitating Group for Habitat II (IFG)]]\n*[[Habitat Peace Caucus]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Human Settlements]]\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[4th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Habitat II Follow-up]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations]]\n*[[Journey of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Global Village Symposium]]\n*[[Commission on Human Settlements - 16th session]]\n*[[5th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Multilateral Agreement on Investment]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Social Development]]\n*[[European Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[UN Commission on Social Development, 36th Session]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Millennium Forum Preparations]]\n*[[7th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership, Informatics and Participation]]\n*[[Istanbul + 2.5 - Half Way on a Journey to Istanbul + 5: A Status Report]]
''International NGO Forum''\n\nRegistrants for and Signatories of the Alternative Treaties at the '92 Global Forum\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Earth Summit Follow-up]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Alternative Treaties: Synergistic Processes for Sustainable Communities and Global Responsibility]]
''International Network for Peace and Global Responsibility''\n\nInternational Network for Peace and Global Responsibility
''Networked knowledge and information''\n\nThe Internet database is the successor to the NGOS@UN database, incorporating a significant number of new data files - now totalling 99, including the water-body oriented geographic data structure that were developed in preparation for ~Y2K contingency planning, and a set of data files for Internet domain names, the registration of which was a major focus of activity in the year 2000, and that are central components in the design of Gaia University and in an evolving proof of the Gaia Mind hypothesis.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Human Settlements]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Social Development]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Gaia University]]
''International Press Centre Press Releases, from Rio''\n\nFull text searchable database of the press releases from the International Press Centre at the Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
\n''IV. Areas of Special Concern''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Section IV\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-4.htm
\n''Identification and Control of Pollutants of Broad International Significance: A - Pollution Generally''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B. 3. A.\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b3a.htm
\n''Identification and Control of Pollutants of Broad International Significance: B - Marine Pollution''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B. 3. B\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b3b.htm
\n''Images from the Peace Cube''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nImages developed from the presentation of the "virtual light and colour cube" at its dedication as a peace cube at the Earthday on the Equinox on the Internet Ceremony at the Peace Bell at United Nations Headquarters, New York. The images highlight rhythmic qualities, photographic negativity, and the primary lights and pigments of the cubes.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/images/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]
\n''Images from the Peace Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nAn updated presentation of images developed from the presentation of the "virtual light and colour cubes" at its dedication as a peace cube at the Earthday on the Equinox on the Internet Ceremony at the Peace Bell at United Nations Headquarters, New York on March 20, 1997. The images highlight rhythmic qualities, photographic negativity, and the primary lights and pigments of the cubes.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/images/index.htm
\n''Images of the Peace Cube''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPresentation of images from the 1997 Equinox Earthday dedication of the Light and Colour Cubes as Peace Cubes. pdf format, generated in PowerPoint ®.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''Implementing National Environmental Health Action Plans in partnership''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nNovember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.11.24, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/10.
\n''Index to the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its first session, London and New York, 1946''. A/1/64/Add.2\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1947. Lake Success, NY.
\n''Information Ecology - Heritage''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nSketch of the conceptual, practical and spiritual heritage of [[information ecology|Information ecology]. Generated in Inspiration® software; pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Information Ecology Caucus: Report from CSD-6''\n\n//Information Ecology Caucus//\nMay, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nReport of the CSD/NGO Information Ecology Caucus at the 6th Session of the Commission on Sustainable Development.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''Information Ecology Partners for a Sustainable Millennium''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPartnership initiatives using information and communication technologies to support orderly broad-based public participation in local, national, regional, and global decision-making processes relating to sustainability, equity, human rights & peace.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]
\n''Information Ecology and Information Society''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 1998. Vienna, Austria.\n\nA brief overview of [[information ecology|Information ecology] focussing on the emerging significance of information space, of the need for public information space and the development of such spaces through the use of information and communications technology in the course of the series of global conferences of the 1990, and of the electronic mailing list as the key tool in support of non-governmental participation in the global conferences, with an overview of properties of electronic mailing lists and recommendations. Presented at "The Challenges of Information Technology for the Non-Profit Sector". Powerpoint presentation.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/ie-is.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Information Ecology for a Millennium Forum''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1998. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nAn outline of a general [[information ecology|Information ecology] approach in support of information and communication needs of a Millennium Forum - or set of Forums. An overview of some historical roots of [[information ecology|Information ecology] and its evolution in support of the participation of non-governmental organizations in preparations for and follow-up to the global conferences of the 1990s. (Draft, in progress)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Millennium Forum Preparations]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]
\n''Information Ecology of Electronic Mail''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nKey material, economic, social and practical factors, in the context of electronic mail as a common and economical medium for communication and information exchange. Outline, generated in Inspiration®, in pdf format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-ieem.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Information Ecology, in Towards Earth Summit II: NGO Recommendations for Actions and Commitments at Earth Summit II''\n\n//NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nA call for a major commitment to analyze and explore the opportunities and implications of the rapidly evolving "information and communication ecosystem" and to identify critical [[information ecology|Information ecology] issues relating to sustainability; also a call for the design and establishment of, and support for participatory enabling environments within which information and communications technologies, systems and processes - including traditional and non-electronic forms - can facilitate a transition to more open, equitable and sustainable communities and society.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/csdngo/ie.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Towards Earth Summit II - NGO/CSD Steering Committee]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus, CSD NGO Steering Committee]]\n*[[5th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[19th Special Session of the General Assembly]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus]]
\n''Information Ecology: An Emerging Wikibook''\n\n//Information Ecologist, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2004. New York, NY.\n\nAn emerging wikibook on [[information ecology|Information ecology], much of the body of the latest version was generated from the Digital Engine, Mark II; earlier version of those sections were generated from the HABITAT3 Digital Engine.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine, Mark II
\n''Information Ecology: Holistic Framework for Empowerment & Transformation''. ien\n\n//Information Flows Process Working Group, New Partnerships For Action//\nDecember, 1998. Turin, Italy.\n\nA holistic perspective on information flows, recognizing three fundamental dimensions of information space - content / substance, personal / community relationships, and the nature of information technology - and three basic phases of information processing - compilation / organization, communication / dissemination, and reception / utilisation. Powerpoint presentation.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-ie-hf.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[New Partnerships for Action]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Information Habitat: Where Information Lives''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nInformation Habitat promotes the understanding and practice of [[information ecology|Information ecology] - based on the recognition of information systems as ecosystems - sets of interrelated and interdependent structures and processes that can best be understood if viewed as a whole - and in the context of the critical relationships between information ecosystems and other ecosystems - social, institutional, economic, legal, cultural and natural. Information Habitat is a Non-Governmental Organization in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]
\n''Information Habitat: Where Information Lives - Overview''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJuly, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nAn overview of Information Habitat and some of the conceptual perspectives of an information ecosystem approach to the use of information technology to enable broad-based participation in decision-making, action and access to information in relation to international, national and local processes relating to sustainability, human rights and peace.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/concept/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]
\n''Information Habitat: Where Information Lives - a Wikibook''\n\n//Information Ecologist, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 2004. New York, NY.\n\nAn evolving wikibook chronicling the history, projects, documents, databases, email lists etc of Information Habitat: Where Information Lives - the home of [[information ecology|Information ecology] and the Virtual Light and Colour Cubes - founded in June 1990, including information on related antecedent activities and experiences. Most of the pages of the Wikibooks have been generated by the Digital Engine, Mark II; earlier versions of some pages were generated by the Habitat3 Digital Engine.\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine, Mark II
\n''Information, Environment & Development''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Committee, U.S. Citizens Network on UNCED//\nNovember, 1990. Baltimore, MD.\n\nProposal for the development of a cooperative U.S. initiative for the application of information technology resources in support of addressing environment and development issues.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/docs/ied.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[EcoNet, Institute for Global Communications]]\n*[[US Citizens Network on UNCED]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
\n''Innovative Ideas and Procedures for Interactions between NGOs and the U.N.''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nStatement of Information Habitat at the NGO Consultation on Increasing Access to the UN General Assembly and its Committees and all areas of the work of the UN. Recommendations for an inclusive approach to NGO participation based on [[information ecology|Information ecology], methodology, and on Government/NGO partnership.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/ih-9704.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]
\n''Inside Out''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Baltimore City Jail//\nJanuary, 1982. Baltimore, MD.\n\nEdited and published Staff Newsletter at Baltimore City Jail - 1982-1986\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Administrative Analysis]]
\n''Integrated Internal Information and Communication System: Baltimore City Jail''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Librarian, Baltimore City Jail//\nSeptember, 1977. Baltimore, MD.\n\nProposal to utilize technological developments in cable television and computer systems for an integrated system to address information and communication needs of Baltimore City Jail. Proposed component parts include cable television serving training, educational and information needs and an integrated records system.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/docs/iics-bcj.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Library]]
\n''Integrated Monitoring Frameworks, in Towards Earth Summit II: NGO Recommendations for Actions and Commitments at Earth Summit II''\n\n//NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nRecommendations for the use of comprehensive frameworks - making effective use of modern information and communications technology - for systematic monitoring of the implementation of all the Rio agreements as well as the agreements of the other recent global conferences.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/csdngo/imf-ngo.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[5th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[19th Special Session of the General Assembly]]
/***\n|''Name:''|~IntelliTaggerPlugin|\n|''Version:''|1.0.0 (2006-04-26)|\n|''Type:''|plugin|\n|''Source:''|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#IntelliTaggerPlugin|\n|''Author:''|Udo Borkowski (ub [at] abego-software [dot] de)|\n|''Documentation:''|[[IntelliTaggerPlugin Documentation]]|\n|''Source Code:''|[[IntelliTaggerPlugin SourceCode]]|\n|''Licence:''|[[BSD open source license (abego Software)]]|\n|''~TiddlyWiki:''|Version 2.0.8 or better|\n|''Browser:''|Firefox 1.5.0.2 or better|\n\n***/\n// /%\nif(!version.extensions.IntelliTaggerPlugin){if(!window.abego){window.abego={};}if(!abego.internal){abego.internal={};}abego.alertAndThrow=function(s){alert(s);throw s;};if(version.major<2){abego.alertAndThrow("Use TiddlyWiki 2.0.8 or better to run the IntelliTagger Plugin.");}version.extensions.IntelliTaggerPlugin={major:1,minor:0,revision:0,date:new Date(2006,3,26),type:"plugin",source:"http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#IntelliTaggerPlugin",documentation:"[[IntelliTaggerPlugin Documentation]]",sourcecode:"[[IntelliTaggerPlugin SourceCode]]",author:"Udo Borkowski (ub [at] abego-software [dot] de)",licence:"[[BSD open source license (abego Software)]]",tiddlywiki:"Version 2.0.8 or better",browser:"Firefox 1.5.0.2 or better"};abego.isPopupOpen=function(_2){return _2&&_2.parentNode==document.body;};abego.openAsPopup=function(_3){if(_3.parentNode!=document.body){document.body.appendChild(_3);}};abego.closePopup=function(_4){if(abego.isPopupOpen(_4)){document.body.removeChild(_4);}};abego.getWindowRect=function(){return {left:findScrollX(),top:findScrollY(),height:findWindowHeight(),width:findWindowWidth()};};abego.moveElement=function(_5,_6,_7){_5.style.left=_6+"px";_5.style.top=_7+"px";};abego.centerOnWindow=function(_8){if(_8.style.position!="absolute"){throw "abego.centerOnWindow: element must have absolute position";}var _9=abego.getWindowRect();abego.moveElement(_8,_9.left+(_9.width-_8.offsetWidth)/2,_9.top+(_9.height-_8.offsetHeight)/2);};abego.isDescendantOrSelf=function(_a,e){while(e){if(_a==e){return true;}e=e.parentNode;}return false;};abego.toSet=function(_c){var _d={};for(var i=0;i<_c.length;i++){_d[_c[i]]=true;}return _d;};abego.filterStrings=function(_f,_10,_11){var _12=[];for(var i=0;i<_f.length&&(_11===undefined||_12.length<_11);i++){var s=_f[i];if(s.match(_10)){_12.push(s);}}return _12;};abego.arraysAreEqual=function(a,b){var n=a.length;if(n!=b.length){return false;}for(var i=0;i<n;i++){if(a[i]!=b[i]){return false;}}return true;};abego.moveBelowAndClip=function(_19,_1a){if(!_1a){return;}var _1b=findPosX(_1a);var _1c=findPosY(_1a);var _1d=_1a.offsetHeight;var _1e=_1b;var _1f=_1c+_1d;var _20=findWindowWidth();if(_20<_19.offsetWidth){_19.style.width=(_20-100)+"px";}var _21=_19.offsetWidth;if(_1e+_21>_20){_1e=_20-_21-30;}if(_1e<0){_1e=0;}_19.style.left=_1e+"px";_19.style.top=_1f+"px";_19.style.display="block";};abego.compareStrings=function(a,b){return (a==b)?0:(a<b)?-1:1;};abego.sortIgnoreCase=function(arr){var _25=[];var n=arr.length;for(var i=0;i<n;i++){var s=arr[i];_25.push([s.toString().toLowerCase(),s]);}_25.sort(function(a,b){return (a[0]==b[0])?0:(a[0]<b[0])?-1:1;});for(i=0;i<n;i++){arr[i]=_25[i][1];}};abego.getTiddlerField=function(_2b,_2c,_2d){var _2e=document.getElementById(_2b.idPrefix+_2c);var e=null;if(_2e!=null){var _30=_2e.getElementsByTagName("*");for(var t=0;t<_30.length;t++){var c=_30[t];if(c.tagName.toLowerCase()=="input"||c.tagName.toLowerCase()=="textarea"){if(!e){e=c;}if(c.getAttribute("edit")==_2d){e=c;}}}}return e;};abego.setRange=function(_33,_34,end){if(_33.setSelectionRange){_33.setSelectionRange(_34,end);var max=0+_33.scrollHeight;var len=_33.textLength;var top=max*_34/len,bot=max*end/len;_33.scrollTop=Math.min(top,(bot+top-_33.clientHeight)/2);}else{if(_33.createTextRange!=undefined){var _39=_33.createTextRange();_39.collapse();_39.moveEnd("character",end);_39.moveStart("character",_34);_39.select();}else{_33.select();}}};abego.internal.TagManager=function(){var _3a=null;var _3b=function(){if(_3a){return;}_3a={};store.forEachTiddler(function(_3c,_3d){for(var i=0;i<_3d.tags.length;i++){var tag=_3d.tags[i];var _40=_3a[tag];if(!_40){_40=_3a[tag]={count:0,tiddlers:{}};}_40.tiddlers[_3d.title]=true;_40.count+=1;}});};var _41=TiddlyWiki.prototype.saveTiddler;TiddlyWiki.prototype.saveTiddler=function(_42,_43,_44,_45,_46,_47){var _48=this.fetchTiddler(_42);var _49=_48?_48.tags:[];var _4a=(typeof _47=="string")?_47.readBracketedList():_47;_41.apply(this,arguments);if(!abego.arraysAreEqual(_49,_4a)){abego.internal.getTagManager().reset();}};var _4b=TiddlyWiki.prototype.removeTiddler;TiddlyWiki.prototype.removeTiddler=function(_4c){var _4d=this.fetchTiddler(_4c);var _4e=_4d&&_4d.tags.length>0;_4b.apply(this,arguments);if(_4e){abego.internal.getTagManager().reset();}};this.reset=function(){_3a=null;};this.getTiddlersWithTag=function(tag){_3b();var _50=_3a[tag];return _50?_50.tiddlers:null;};this.getAllTags=function(_51){_3b();var _52=[];for(var i in _3a){_52.push(i);}for(i=0;_51&&i<_51.length;i++){_52.pushUnique(_51[i],true);}abego.sortIgnoreCase(_52);return _52;};this.getTagInfos=function(){_3b();var _54=[];for(var _55 in _3a){_54.push([_55,_3a[_55]]);}return _54;};var _56=function(a,b){var a1=a[1];var b1=b[1];var d=b[1].count-a[1].count;return d!=0?d:abego.compareStrings(a[0].toLowerCase(),b[0].toLowerCase());};this.getSortedTagInfos=function(){_3b();var _5c=this.getTagInfos();_5c.sort(_56);return _5c;};this.getPartnerRankedTags=function(_5d){var _5e={};for(var i=0;i<_5d.length;i++){var _60=this.getTiddlersWithTag(_5d[i]);for(var _61 in _60){var _62=store.getTiddler(_61);if(!(_62 instanceof Tiddler)){continue;}for(var j=0;j<_62.tags.length;j++){var tag=_62.tags[j];var c=_5e[tag];_5e[tag]=c?c+1:1;}}}var _66=abego.toSet(_5d);var _67=[];for(var n in _5e){if(!_66[n]){_67.push(n);}}_67.sort(function(a,b){var d=_5e[b]-_5e[a];return d!=0?d:abego.compareStrings(a.toLowerCase(),b.toLowerCase());});return _67;};};abego.internal.getTagManager=function(){if(!abego.internal.gTagManager){abego.internal.gTagManager=new abego.internal.TagManager();}return abego.internal.gTagManager;};(function(){var _6c=2;var _6d=1;var _6e=30;var _6f;var _70;var _71;var _72;var _73;var _74;if(!abego.IntelliTagger){abego.IntelliTagger={};}var _75=function(){return _70;};var _76=function(tag){return _73[tag];};var _78=function(s){var i=s.lastIndexOf(" ");return (i>=0)?s.substr(0,i):"";};var _7b=function(_7c){var s=_7c.value;var len=s.length;return (len>0&&s[len-1]!=" ");};var _7f=function(_80){var s=_80.value;var len=s.length;if(len>0&&s[len-1]!=" "){_80.value+=" ";}};var _83=function(tag,_85,_86){if(_7b(_85)){_85.value=_78(_85.value);}story.setTiddlerTag(_86.title,tag,0);_7f(_85);abego.IntelliTagger.assistTagging(_85,_86);};var _87=function(n){if(_74){if(_74.length>n){return _74[n];}n-=_74.length;}return (_72&&_72.length>n)?_72[n]:null;};var _89=function(n,_8b,_8c){var _8d=_87(n);if(_8d){_83(_8d,_8b,_8c);}};var _8e=function(_8f){var pos=_8f.value.lastIndexOf(" ");var _91=(pos>=0)?_8f.value.substr(++pos,_8f.value.length):_8f.value;return new RegExp(_91.escapeRegExp(),"i");};var _92=function(_93,_94){var _95=0;for(var i=0;i<_93.length;i++){if(_94[_93[i]]){_95++;}}return _95;};var _97=function(_98,_99,_9a){var _9b=1;var c=_98[_99];for(var i=_99+1;i<_98.length;i++){if(_98[i][1].count==c){if(_98[i][0].match(_9a)){_9b++;}}else{break;}}return _9b;};var _9e=function(_9f,_a0){var _a1=abego.internal.getTagManager().getSortedTagInfos();var _a2=[];var _a3=0;for(var i=0;i<_a1.length;i++){var c=_a1[i][1].count;if(c!=_a3){if(_a0&&(_a2.length+_97(_a1,i,_9f)>_a0)){break;}_a3=c;}if(c==1){break;}var s=_a1[i][0];if(s.match(_9f)){_a2.push(s);}}return _a2;};var _a7=function(_a8,_a9){return abego.filterStrings(abego.internal.getTagManager().getAllTags(_a9),_a8);};var _aa=function(){if(!_6f){return;}var _ab=store.getTiddlerText("IntelliTaggerMainTemplate");if(!_ab){_ab="<b>Tiddler IntelliTaggerMainTemplate not found</b>";}_6f.innerHTML=_ab;applyHtmlMacros(_6f,null);refreshElements(_6f,null);};var _ac=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}var tag=this.getAttribute("tag");if(_71){_71.call(this,tag,e);}return false;};var _af=function(_b0,_b1,_b2,_b3){if(!_b1){return;}var _b4=_b3?abego.toSet(_b3):{};var n=_b1.length;for(var i=0;i<n;i++){var tag=_b1[i];if(_b4[tag]){continue;}if(i>0){createTiddlyElement(_b0,"span",null,"tagSeparator"," | ");}var _b8="";var _b9=_b0;if(_b2<10){_b9=createTiddlyElement(_b0,"span",null,"numberedSuggestion");_b2++;var key=_b2<10?""+(_b2):"0";createTiddlyElement(_b9,"span",null,"suggestionNumber",key+") ");var _bb=_b2==1?"Ctrl-Space or ":"";_b8=" (Shortcut: %1Alt-%0)".format([key,_bb]);}var _bc=config.views.wikified.tag.tooltip.format([tag]);var _bd=(_76(tag)?"Remove tag '%0'%1":"Add tag '%0'%1").format([tag,_b8]);var _be="%0; Shift-Click: %1".format([_bd,_bc]);var btn=createTiddlyButton(_b9,tag,_be,_ac,_76(tag)?"currentTag":null);btn.setAttribute("tag",tag);}};var _c0=function(){if(_6f){window.scrollTo(0,ensureVisible(_6f));}if(_75()){window.scrollTo(0,ensureVisible(_75()));}};var _c1=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}if(!_6f){return;}var _c3=resolveTarget(e);if(_c3==_75()){return;}if(abego.isDescendantOrSelf(_6f,_c3)){return;}abego.IntelliTagger.close();};addEvent(document,"click",_c1);var _c4=Story.prototype.gatherSaveFields;Story.prototype.gatherSaveFields=function(e,_c6){_c4.apply(this,arguments);var _c7=_c6.tags;if(_c7){_c6.tags=_c7.trim();}};var _c8=function(_c9){story.focusTiddler(_c9,"tags");var _ca=abego.getTiddlerField(story,_c9,"tags");if(_ca){var len=_ca.value.length;abego.setRange(_ca,len,len);window.scrollTo(0,ensureVisible(_ca));}};var _cc=config.macros.edit.handler;config.macros.edit.handler=function(_cd,_ce,_cf,_d0,_d1,_d2){_cc.apply(this,arguments);var _d3=_cf[0];if((_d2 instanceof Tiddler)&&_d3=="tags"){var _d4=_cd.lastChild;_d4.onfocus=function(e){abego.IntelliTagger.assistTagging(_d4,_d2);setTimeout(function(){_c8(_d2.title);},100);};_d4.onkeyup=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}if(e.altKey&&!e.ctrlKey&&!e.metaKey&&(e.keyCode>=48&&e.keyCode<=57)){_89(e.keyCode==48?9:e.keyCode-49,_d4,_d2);}else{if(e.ctrlKey&&e.keyCode==32){_89(0,_d4,_d2);}}setTimeout(function(){abego.IntelliTagger.assistTagging(_d4,_d2);},100);return false;};_7f(_d4);}};var _d7=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}var _d9=resolveTarget(e);var _da=_d9.getAttribute("tiddler");if(_da){story.displayTiddler(_d9,_da,"IntelliTaggerEditTagsTemplate",false);_c8(_da);}return false;};var _db=config.macros.tags.handler;config.macros.tags.handler=function(_dc,_dd,_de,_df,_e0,_e1){_db.apply(this,arguments);abego.IntelliTagger.createEditTagsButton(_e1,createTiddlyElement(_dc.lastChild,"li"));};var _e2=function(){if(_6f&&_70&&!abego.isDescendantOrSelf(document,_70)){abego.IntelliTagger.close();}};setInterval(_e2,100);abego.IntelliTagger.displayTagSuggestions=function(_e3,_e4,_e5,_e6,_e7){_72=_e3;_73=abego.toSet(_e4);_74=_e5;_70=_e6;_71=_e7;if(!_6f){_6f=createTiddlyElement(document.body,"div",null,"intelliTaggerSuggestions");_6f.style.position="absolute";}_aa();abego.openAsPopup(_6f);if(_75()){var w=_75().offsetWidth;if(_6f.offsetWidth<w){_6f.style.width=(w-2*(_6c+_6d))+"px";}abego.moveBelowAndClip(_6f,_75());}else{abego.centerOnWindow(_6f);}_c0();};abego.IntelliTagger.assistTagging=function(_e9,_ea){var _eb=_8e(_e9);var s=_e9.value;if(_7b(_e9)){s=_78(s);}var _ed=s.readBracketedList();var _ee=_ed.length>0?abego.filterStrings(abego.internal.getTagManager().getPartnerRankedTags(_ed),_eb,_6e):_9e(_eb,_6e);abego.IntelliTagger.displayTagSuggestions(_a7(_eb,_ed),_ed,_ee,_e9,function(tag,e){if(e.shiftKey){onClickTag.call(this,e);}else{_83(tag,_e9,_ea);}});};abego.IntelliTagger.close=function(){abego.closePopup(_6f);_6f=null;return false;};abego.IntelliTagger.createEditTagsButton=function(_f1,_f2,_f3,_f4,_f5,id,_f7){if(!_f3){_f3="[edit]";}if(!_f4){_f4="Edit the tags";}if(!_f5){_f5="editTags";}var _f8=createTiddlyButton(_f2,_f3,_f4,_d7,_f5,id,_f7);_f8.setAttribute("tiddler",(_f1 instanceof Tiddler)?_f1.title:String(_f1));return _f8;};config.macros.intelliTagger={label:"intelliTagger",handler:function(_f9,_fa,_fb,_fc,_fd,_fe){var _ff=_fd.parseParams("list",null,true);var _100=_ff[0]["action"];for(var i=0;_100&&i<_100.length;i++){var _102=_100[i];var _103=config.macros.intelliTagger.subhandlers[_102];if(!_103){abego.alertAndThrow("Unsupported action '%0'".format([_102]));}_103(_f9,_fa,_fb,_fc,_fd,_fe);}},subhandlers:{showTags:function(_104,_105,_106,_107,_108,_109){_af(_104,_72,_74?_74.length:0,_74);},showFavorites:function(_10a,_10b,_10c,_10d,_10e,_10f){_af(_10a,_74,0);},closeButton:function(_110,_111,_112,_113,_114,_115){var _116=createTiddlyButton(_110,"close","Close the suggestions",abego.IntelliTagger.close);},version:function(_117){var t="IntelliTagger %0.%1.%2".format([version.extensions.IntelliTaggerPlugin.major,version.extensions.IntelliTaggerPlugin.minor,version.extensions.IntelliTaggerPlugin.revision]);var e=createTiddlyElement(_117,"a");e.setAttribute("href","http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#IntelliTaggerPlugin");e.innerHTML="<font color=\s"black\s" face=\s"Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\s">"+t+"<font>";},copyright:function(_11a){var e=createTiddlyElement(_11a,"a");e.setAttribute("href","http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de");e.innerHTML="<font color=\s"black\s" face=\s"Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\s">&copy; 2006 <b><font color=\s"red\s">abego</font></b> Software<font>";}}};})();config.shadowTiddlers["IntelliTaggerStyleSheet"]="/***\sn"+"!~IntelliTagger Stylesheet\sn"+"***/\sn"+"/*{{{*/\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions {\sn"+"\stposition: absolute;\sn"+"\stwidth: 600px;\sn"+"\sn"+"\stpadding: 2px;\sn"+"\stlist-style: none;\sn"+"\stmargin: 0;\sn"+"\sn"+"\stbackground: #eeeeee;\sn"+"\stborder: 1px solid DarkGray;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .currentTag {\sn"+"\stfont-weight: bold;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .suggestionNumber {\sn"+"\stcolor: #808080;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .numberedSuggestion{\sn"+"\stwhite-space: nowrap;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .intelliTaggerFooter {\sn"+"\stmargin-top: 4px;\sn"+"\stborder-top-width: thin;\sn"+"\stborder-top-style: solid;\sn"+"\stborder-top-color: #999999;\sn"+"}\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .favorites {\sn"+"\stborder-bottom-width: thin;\sn"+"\stborder-bottom-style: solid;\sn"+"\stborder-bottom-color: #999999;\sn"+"\stpadding-bottom: 2px;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .normalTags {\sn"+"\stpadding-top: 2px;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+".intelliTaggerSuggestions .intelliTaggerFooter .button {\sn"+"\stfont-size: 10px;\sn"+"\sn"+"\stpadding-left: 0.3em;\sn"+"\stpadding-right: 0.3em;\sn"+"}\sn"+"\sn"+"/*}}}*/\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["IntelliTaggerMainTemplate"]="<!--\sn"+"{{{\sn"+"-->\sn"+"<div class=\s"favorites\s" macro=\s"intelliTagger action: showFavorites\s"></div>\sn"+"<div class=\s"normalTags\s" macro=\s"intelliTagger action: showTags\s"></div>\sn"+"<!-- The Footer (with the Navigation) ============================================ -->\sn"+"<table class=\s"intelliTaggerFooter\s" border=\s"0\s" width=\s"100%\s" cellspacing=\s"0\s" cellpadding=\s"0\s"><tbody>\sn"+" <tr>\sn"+"\st<td align=\s"left\s">\sn"+"\st\st<span macro=\s"intelliTagger action: closeButton\s"></span>\sn"+"\st</td>\sn"+"\st<td align=\s"right\s">\sn"+"\st\st<span macro=\s"intelliTagger action: version\s"></span>, <span macro=\s"intelliTagger action: copyright \s"></span>\sn"+"\st</td>\sn"+" </tr>\sn"+"</tbody></table>\sn"+"<!--\sn"+"}}}\sn"+"-->\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["IntelliTaggerEditTagsTemplate"]="<!--\sn"+"{{{\sn"+"-->\sn"+"<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar +saveTiddler -cancelTiddler'></div>\sn"+"<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>\sn"+"<div class='tagged' macro='tags'></div>\sn"+"<div class='viewer' macro='view text wikified'></div>\sn"+"<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar +saveTiddler -cancelTiddler'></div>\sn"+"<div class='editor' macro='edit tags'></div><div class='editorFooter'><span macro='message views.editor.tagPrompt'></span><span macro='tagChooser'></span></div>\sn"+"<!--\sn"+"}}}\sn"+"-->\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["BSD open source license (abego Software)"]="See [[Licence|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#%5B%5BBSD%20open%20source%20license%5D%5D]].";config.shadowTiddlers["IntelliTaggerPlugin Documentation"]="[[Documentation on abego Software website|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/doc/IntelliTagger.pdf]].";config.shadowTiddlers["IntelliTaggerPlugin SourceCode"]="[[Plugin source code on abego Software website|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/src/Plugin-IntelliTagger-src.js]]";setStylesheet(store.getTiddlerText("IntelliTaggerStyleSheet"),"intelliTagger");}\n//%/\n
\n''International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism''. A/RES/59/290 Annex\n\nAgenda item: 148\n\nMeasures to eliminate international terrorism\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nApril, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icsant.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 59th session. Volume 3, 24 December 2004-13 September 2005'', A/59/49 (Vol.III)
\n''International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination''. A/RES/20/2106 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 58\n\nDraft International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1965. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icerd.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twentieth session, 21 September-22 December 1965'', A/20/6014\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a20-6014.pdf
\n''International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families''. A/RES/45/158 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 12\n\nReport of the Economic and Social Council\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icpramw.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 45th session. Volume 1, 18 September-21 December 1990'', A/45/49
\n''International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights''. A/RES/21/2200 B Annex 2\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft International Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\n\nInternational Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, adopted by General Assembly Resolution 2200 A (XXI).\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/iccpr.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights''. A/RES/21/2200 A Annex 1\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft International Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\n\nInternational Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icescr.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World: Report of the Secretary-General''. A/56/349\n\nAgenda item: 28\n\nCulture of peace\n\n//Secretary-General//\nSeptember, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a56-349.htm
\n''International Instrument on the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Water-related Disease: Background of the Meeting''. h2o\n\n//Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization//\nJanuary, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nMP.WAT/AC.1/1998/3
\n''International Plan of Action on Ageing: I. Introduction''\n\n//World Assembly on Ageing//\nAugust, 1982. Vienna, Austria.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ipaa-1.htm
\n''International Plan of Action on Ageing: II. Principles''\n\n//World Assembly on Ageing//\nAugust, 1982. Vienna, Austria.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ipaa-2.htm
\n''International Plan of Action on Ageing: III. Recommendations for Action''\n\n//World Assembly on Ageing//\nAugust, 1982. Vienna, Austria.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ipaa-3.htm
\n''International Plan of Action on Ageing: IV. Recommendations for Implementation''\n\n//World Assembly on Ageing//\nAugust, 1982. Vienna, Austria.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ipaa-4.htm
\n''International Synergy Institute''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nMay, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nThe first web site - while serving as the UN Representative for the International Synergy Institute, a previous home of Information Habitat, and an accredited Non-Governmental Organization to the 1992 [[Earth Summit]] and subsequently to the Roster of the UN Economic and Social Council for the purposes of participation in the Commission on Sustainable Development.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development preparations]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]
\n''Introduction''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Introduction\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-intr.htm
\n''Introduction to Information Ecology''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1998. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA preliminary overview of some basics of [[information ecology|Information ecology] and the relationship between information systems and other ecosystems; the nature of key properties of information and information flows and exchanges, including implications of physical properties of information - zero mass and size, light-speed; and overview of the application of information technology in support of the participation of NGOs in the preparation for and follow-up to the agreements of the global conferences of the 1990s. (Draft, in progress)\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/ien-iie.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Introduction to Information Ecology: A Journey from Rio to Johannesburg''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2002. New Haven, CT.\n\nOverview of key concepts and issues in [[information ecology|Information ecology] as it evolved in the course of a focus on information and communications technology in the context of NGO participation in UN Conferences and related NGO and intergovernmental proceedings beginning with preparations for the 1992 [[Earth Summit]] and leading into the 10 year review of the Earth Summit in Johannesburg. Presented to the Information Technology SIG at Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies,\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/iie.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Introductory Note''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-intr.htm
\n''Istanbul + 2.5 - Half Way on a Journey to Istanbul + 5: A Status Report''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1998. Turin, Italy.\n\nCase study / report on a partnership-based [[information ecology|Information ecology] framework for integrated follow-up to the Habitat Agenda and the global agreements of the 1990s. Presented at the "New Partnerships for Action" conference at the United Nations Staff College. Powerpoint presentation.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/wepip.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[New Partnerships for Action]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[HAB2-NGO]] - ~NGOs Accredited to Habitat II\n*[[INFOHAB]] - Information Habitat: Where Information Lives
\n''Istanbul Declaration on Human Settlements''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex I\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ist-dec.htm
\n''Johannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development''. A/CONF.199/20 Chapter 1, Resolution 1\n\n//World Summit on Sustainable Development//\nSeptember, 2002. Johannesburg, South Africa.\n\nJohannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development, adopted at the World Summit on Sustainable Development.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/jburgdec.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Journey of the Peace Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nAn illustrated journey through documents and web sites relating to the conception, emergence, growth, dissemination and development of the Peace Cubes / Light and Colour Cubes. The journey also represents a key new step in the journey - as a prototype database-generated web page that incorporates snippets of java code for custom-sized pop-up windows, and integrates thumbnails images of web-based documents.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/bridges/cubes.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*HABITAT3 - Habitat Three
''Kayapo''\n\nContact information for Darrell A. Posey.
''The Learning Bank''\n\nDatabase design and implementation for registration and performance data in Adult Literacy program; training in data entry in DataPerfect conjunction with word processing using WordPerfect.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[The Learning Bank]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
''Licences for Software and Hardware''\n\nRecord of software and hardware purchases, vendor and manufacturer name and information, date of purchase, phone numbers, license numbers, web location for support information, etc.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Let there be Light''\n\nThe success to the [[COLOURS]] database, LIGHT is evolving as an engine to generate light - through the generation of sets of web pages - for images based on the Light and Colour Cubes, and for sets of digital or digitized photos - and the integration of the images with text, documents, web sites, and relevant links.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[Journal Log Engine]]\n*[[Open Source Curriculum in DataPerfect and Firestorm]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]\n*[[Inner Gardens]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Virtual Light & Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Light and Colour Cubes - Templates for Cubes and Faces]]\n*[[Templates for Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Templates for Peace Faces]]\n*[[Templates for Domino Peace Tiles]]\n*[[Swords into Plowshares: Peace Park at the UN]]\n*[[Huntington Beach: Life, Death, Rebirth, Light and Water]]\n*[[Spring Waters at Saratoga Springs]]\n*[[United Nations Through the Trees]]\n*[[Vertical Faces of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Peace Cubes - Gifts of Light]]\n*[[Peace Faces - Faces of the Peace Cubes]]\n*[[Peace Tiles - Gifts of Light]]\n*[[Rivers of Light Variations]]\n*[[Meditations on One Light in All: Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves]]\n*[[Meditations on One Light in All: Twin Beacons of Light and Colour]]\n*[[Meditations on One Light in All: Twisted Pairs of Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in Primary Colours]]\n*[[Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in 16 Colour Palettes]]\n*[[Prayer Wheels of Light and Peace]]\n*[[The Ark of Hope at the Hudson River Clearwater Revival Festival]]\n*[[Reflections and Observations at Dogwood Hill]]\n*[[A Castle Retreat: CCC/UN Communication & Decision-Making Project]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]
''Ideas for Tomorrow Today, Lyshott House''\n\nDatabase for Ideas for Tomorrow Today, based at Lyshott House, Milbrook, Beds, UK\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]
\n''Letter dated 14 August 2002 from the Permanent Representative of South Africa to the United Nations addressed to the President of the General Assembly''. A/57/304 Annex\n\nAgenda item: 41\n\nFinal review and appraisal of the implementation of the United Nations New Agenda for the Development of Africa in the 1990s\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJuly, 2002. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57-304.htm
\n''Letter dated 9 April 2003 from the Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General''. A/57/785\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nApril, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57-785.htm
\n''Light and Colour Cubes - Millennium Peace Day 2000''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nA statement made on the Light and Colour Cubes on Millennium Peace Day, September 19, 2000 providing a concise overview of the Light and Colour Cubes and their history and significance as icons of One Light in All as the final Equinox of the Millennium approached.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/gifts/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]
\n''Light and Colour Cubes - Templates for Cubes and Faces''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nFor building 5 cm / 2" models of the light and colour cubes, and creating sets of the twelve "face cards" of the cubes - the surfaces of colour.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Light and Colour Tiles - Cycles''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nTemplates for domino-format tiles, with pairs of adjacent faces. jpg format available for printing on A3 or 11x17, to copy on card stock. Discover some of the patterns, cycles and symmetry. pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Light and Colour Tiles - Mirrors One''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nTemplates for domino-format tiles, with mirror faces. A4 / 8.5x11"; also available in jpg format for printing on A3 or 11x17, to copy on card stock. Infinite variations, patterns, symmetry, rhythms and cycles. pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''Local Processes for Environment and Health Action''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nNovember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\n(Ministerial summary) - Draft document for ministers, 1998.11.09, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/11.
''Meetings''\n\nMeetings
''Memorial Database Rebuilding at World Trade Center''\n\nThe MEMORIAL database incorporates a database of public comments at
''Mesopotamian Summer Digital Engine''\n\nThe MESO-SUM engine came into being on the eve of Mesopotamian Summer, 2004 - just before the Summer Solstice that marked the beginning of the season. MESO-SUM represented a transformation of [[HABITAT3]], through the incorporation of key panels / files, structure and data from the [[DIGITAL]] and [[AIDA]] databases, in a process that took more than two weeks.\n\nIn the process of reviewing the structure of MESO-SUM, a decision was made to rename it as the [[DIGITAL]] database, Mark II, to simplify references to the DIGITAL engine, and to balance the focus on Mesopotamia with the acknowledgment of the power of the digital dimension of information space.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Gaia University]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers - A Cradle of Civlization]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers: A Cradle of Civilization]]
\n''Mailbase Online Micro-Library Service''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1998. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nAn overview of the design of an online micro-library service, using the mailbase electronic mailing list system developed by and for British universities. Documents would be maintained in plain text, WordPerfect 5.1, and portable document format, and would be accessible by electronic mail as well as via the world wide web. (Draft, in progress)\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-mmls.ppt\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
|[[Welcome]]|h\n|<<search>>|\n|<<fontSize "font-size:">>|\n|<<closeAll>>|\n|<<permaview>>|\n|<<newTiddler>>|\n|<<newJournal>>|\n|<<saveChanges>>|\n|[[Information Habitat 2.0]]|\n|[[Projects]]|\n|[[Documents]]|\n|[[Databases]]|\n|TiddlyPerfect|h\n|[[Information Ecology]]|\n|DataPerfect|\n|TiddlyWiki|\n|[[Shadow Tiddlers]]|\n|^^MainMenu^^|\n|GettingStarted|
\n''Manual for Participant Interactive Message System''\n\n//McLaren, Nadia, Union of International Associations//\nJanuary, 1993. Brussels, Belgium.\n\nA manual - in HTML format - for the management of participant interactive message systems growing out of the initial work of Anthony Judge, and its subsequent development under the auspices of the ''Da Zi Bao'' process, a project of what was the International Synergy Institute, and is now Information Habitat: Where Information Lives,\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/pims/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[Parliament of World Religions]]\n*[[Your Voice]]\n*[[Parliament of the People]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*DZB-1 - Da Zi Bao - Roots of the Future
\n''Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States''. A/CONF.207/11 Chapter I, Annex I\n\n//UN International Meeting to Review the Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States//\nJanuary, 2005. Port Louis, Mauritius.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/maur-s.htm
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Queries on Opening to the Light''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA meditative online presentation of the Queries on Opening to the Light - a presentation that serves as the opening segment of a Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace prepared in response to September 11, 2001 and its aftermath.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/queries/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in 16 Colour Palettes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA set of seventy-two images with the primary representatives of the September 11 protagonists - President George W. Bush, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Secretary of State Colin Powell and Osama bin Laden against backgrounds of the Light and Colour Cubes transposed into sixteen colour images, and serving as visual metaphors for ways that our perception of our enemies can be distorted when we see them from a limited palette, and one in which our enemies' colours are only partially represented.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/reconcile/16colour.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in Primary Colours''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA set of eight cycling images with the principal protagonists in a War of - President George W. Bush, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Secretary of State Colin Powell and Osama bin Laden - against backgrounds of the Light and Colour Cubes and of the six non-zero primary colours.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/reconcile/primary.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: The Great Invocation in the Cubic Colour Wheel''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA cycling series with the text of the Great Invocation against the background of a rotating "Cubic Colour Wheel" - a "true" colour wheel that was generated by mapping the Light and Colour Cubes into a circle.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/reconcile/invocation.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Twin Beacons of Light and Colour''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA cycle of eight images of the skyline of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center - illuminated by the arrival and receding of the Light and Colour Cubes in an endless cycle. Clicking on the image enables more information, and access to prior and next steps in A Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/twin-beacons/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Twin Cubes of Light and Colour''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA set of twelve cycling page with images of mirrored twin pairs of Light and Colour Cubes, showing all possible regular presentations from the white and black apexes of the cubes. The images are clickable, providing access to more information and to other phases of the Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/twin-cubes/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]
\n''Meditations on One Light in All: Twisted Pairs of Light and Colour Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\nA cycling series of twenty-four pages with images of "Twisted Pairs of Light and Colour Cubes" - pairs of cubes in which the one is the unseen side of the other.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/twisted-pairs/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Digital Bridges in Peace]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Mesopotamian Marshlands: Between the Rivers - A Cradle of Civilization''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 2004. New York, NY.\n\nA wikibook, intended to serve as the kernel of an online framework in support of a holistic approaches to the restoration and regeneration of the Mesopotamian Marshes in Iraq and the development of a cradle for a new knowledge-based civilization, based on a wireless, internet protocol platform.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[The New Eden Project]]\n*[[Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers - A Cradle of Civlization]]
\n''Mesopotamian Summer: Between the Rivers: A Cradle of Civilization''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 2004. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site for Mesopotamian Summer, with satellite images, maps and links relating to the restoration of the Mesopotamian Marshlands.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[The New Eden Project]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[MESO-SUM]] - Mesopotamian Summer Digital Engine
\n''Methodology for the General Assembly to examine the question of the participation of NGOs in all areas of the work of the United Nations''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nSpeaking notes for Information Habitat at the Informal Soundings on ECOSOC Decision 1996/297. Recommendations, inter alia, on an inclusive approach to participation of NGOs, on the value of systematic use of information and communication technology, and on examination of innovative participation processes used in the [[Habitat II]] conference.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/is-9611.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]\n*[[Informal Soundings on ECOSOC Decision 1996/297]]
\n''Millennium Forum Priorities''. mf\n\n//Millennium Forum Steering Committee, Millennium Forum//\nJanuary, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nPriorities of the Millennium Forum, to he held at United Nations Headquarters, 22-26 May 2000. Outline, generated in Inspiration®, in pdf format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/mf-priority.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Millennium Forum Preparations]]
\n''Millennium Light @iDefineArt''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nDecember, 2000. ,.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]
\n''Ministerial Declaration: Message from the Lake Biwa and Yodo River Basin''. A/57/785 Annex\n\n//3rd World Water Forum//\nApril, 2003. Kyoto, Japan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a57-785x.htm
\n''Monterrey Consensus of the International Conference on Financing for Development''. A/CONF.198/11\n\n//International Conference on Financing for Development//\nAugust, 2002. Monterrey, Mexico.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac198-11.htm
\n''Morningside Heights''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nTwo slide shows: Starbucks on the Cathedral Steps and A Walk in Morningside Heights - the Cathedral being that of St. John the Divine.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]
\n''Motion for Recognition of John Doe's Competence to Represent Respondents as a pro se Attorney in this Case''\n\n//Doe, John (Pollard, Robert), Housing Court of Kings//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPro se Motion filed in Rama and Manjula, a Corporation against Fye and Doe, Index No. 70826/00, in the Housing Part of the Civil Court of Kings County, New York, presenting arguments for the recognition of John Doe's competence to proceed on a pro se basis in the case.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/pro-se.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Motion to Permit Submission of Additional Counterclaims''\n\n//Doe, John, Housing Court of Kings//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nMotion asserting the right to submit additional counterclaims in response to economic harm suffered by Respondents as a result of the Landlord's unlawful use of the Housing Court in this case.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/permit.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Motion to Rescind Five Day Notice on the Grounds of Lack of Jurisdiction''\n\n//Doe, John (Robert Pollard), Housing Court of Kings//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPro se Motion in Rama and Manjula, a Corporation, against Fye and Doe in the Housing Part of the Civil Court of the County of Kings, New York arguing to rescind a five day eviction notice on the grounds of lack of jurisdiction.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/rescind.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Motion to Vacate Stipulation of Settlement as Fatally Defective''\n\n//Doe, John (Pollard, Robert), Housing Court of Kings//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPro se Motion in the case of Rama and Manjula, a Corporation, against Fye and Doe, in the Housing Part of the Civil Court of Kings County, New York, on the grounds that the stipulation of settlement in the case was fatally defective, presenting arguments and evidence, inter alia, as to illegal actions by Petitioner (Rama and Manjula) including failure to register the premises as a multiple dwelling and failure to provide adequate heat and hot water, defects in the Court's information system, arguing for consideration of the principles of Agenda 21 and the Habitat Agenda in the Housing Court and for the introduction of a comprehensive housing information system and the provision of opportunities for electronic filing and service of documents.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/vacate.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Multilateral Agreement on Investment''. mai\n\n//same, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development//\nJanuary, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nsame as mai-19980214.txt - in wordperfect 5.1 format\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Multilateral Agreement on Investment]]
!!My Palace - A Free Home for Information in a Knowledge-based Universe\n\nReconceptualization of [[DIGITAL 2.0] as an information palace. The name was inspired by reflections on the name Picasa and an acknowledgment of the size of the database and its ability to house many large and varied "rooms" of information and to generate "information palaces" in the form of complex sets of web pages and web sites.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Inner Gardens]]\n*[[Information Habitat 2.0]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles]]\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]. Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles
\n''NGO Committee on Human Settlements''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nA demonstration template for a committee of the Conference of Non-governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CONGO), and developed in the context of the Partnership Informatics and Participation initiative.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ngochs/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]
''ngos@un - ~Non-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations''\n\nNGOS@UN was designed as a catalyst for a cooperative information ecology framework to work with the Secretary-General of the United Nations in response to a request from the Economic and Social Council to make every effort to enhance and streamline, as appropriate, practical arrangements to facilitate the participation of non-governmental organizations in the work of the United Nations - and specifically to make effective use of database technology.\n\nNGOS@UN grew out of the [[INFOHAB]] database, and integrated extensive information - from disparate sources - of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) accredited to the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and to the Global Conferences of the 1990s. As it developed, ~NGOS@UN grew significantly in size and structure incorporating major new sections, including record of NGOs in the process of seeking accreditation with ECOSOC, historical data on NGO accreditation, and information on official United Nations documents pertaining to NGO Accreditation and the work of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Habitat Peace Caucus]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Habitat II Follow-up]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Multilateral Agreement on Investment]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Social Development]]\n*[[European Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Year 2000 Crisis]]\n*[[Millennium Forum Preparations]]\n*[[NGO Section, Division of ECOSOC Support & Coordination, Department of Economic & Social Affairs]]\n*[[United Nations Fund for Population Activities]]\n*[[7th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust]]\n*[[Heart of the Internet: A Valentine's Day Invitation]]\n*[[8th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Financing for Development Forum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership, Informatics and Participation]]
''~NGOs Accredited to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''\n\nDocumentation of information pertaining to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) accredited to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) Conference / [[Earth Summit]] - and made available by the NGO Liaison Office of the UNCED Secretariat. NGOUNCED incorporated information on NGO representatives, relevance, sectors, key words, accreditation dates and record of the official Conference document approving the accreditation.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Earth Summit Follow-up]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Database of NGOs Accredited to UNCED]]
\n''Nairobi Declaration''\n\n//United Nations Environment Programme//\nMay, 1982. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nair-dec.htm
\n''Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nflsaw.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Network '92''\n\n//Centre for our Common Future//\nApril, 1991. Geneva, Switzerland.
\n''Network Properties''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nFundamental properties and characteristics of networks, including integrity, connectivity, governance and groundedness. Outline, generated in Inspiration® in pdf format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ien-network.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework]]
\n''New Partnership for Africa's Development''\n\n//African Union//\nJuly, 2002. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/npad.htm
\n''Nine Primary Colours''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJuly, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA presentation of the primary equations of colour and light, the symmetry of light and pigment, and the nine primary colours. Nine Primary Colors is also a demonstration and appreciation of the power of zero in the three-dimensional mathematics of colour - and in any numeric system.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Non-Governmental Organizations at the Commission for Sustainable Development''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nCompilation of information resources and documents in support of participation by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in the work of the Commission on Sustainable Development and preparations for Earth Summit II. The site highlighted the consensus NGO document "Toward Earth Summit Two: NGO Recommendations for Commitments and Action" which included a key section on [[information ecology]]. The NGO Steering Committee now maintains its own web site - http://www.csdngo.org/csdngo\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''Non-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Web site development, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nCompilation of official United Nations documents relating to the Review of Consultative relationship between the United Nations and non-governmental organizations, including archival documents that had not previously been available in digital format.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ngo-rev/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]
\n''Nonviolence Resource Network''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nThe Nonviolence Resource Network is being set up as an open network to facilitate dialogue and exchange of information and resources between networks, organizations and projects that focus on nonviolence, and to promote the understanding and practice of nonviolence.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/nonviolence-net\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - Taking IT Global]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]
\n''Notes on a Nature Rights Amendment''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Earthcare Interfaith Network//\nNovember, 1989. Los Angeles, CA.\n\nPreliminary notes discussing considerations for a Nature Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and proposed text of such an amendment that would give legal standing in the courts to the earth, or any part of it, any species of plant or animal, or any member of such species.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]
''Official Documents''\n\nOfficial documents of the preparatory process of the [[Earth Summit]].\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
''Time spent on-line: 1993.04.17-1993.04.27''\n\nPrototype database to record time spent on-line; twenty-six entries over a ten day period; the data were converted and imported from session logs. The data were recorded in the context of a need for mindfulness British Telcom per minute phone connection charges. ON-LINE has been updated in July 2004, in the context of compiling a detailed history of Information Habitat.
''One World Now''\n\nContact information database of One World Now.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[One World Now]]
\n''Official Records of the Second Session of the General Assembly: Resolutions 16 September-29 November 1947''. A/2/519\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1948. Lake Success, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a2-519.pdf
\n''Oh Say Can You See By the One Light in All!''\n\n//Fiske, Stephen Longfellow, Fiske, Stephen Longfellow//\nApril, 1990. Baltimore, MD.\n\n"Oh Say Can You See By the One Light in All!" was dedicated as the Fifth Verse of the US National Anthem at an Interfaith Sunrise service at Fort McHenry, home of the Star-Spangled Banner and a brief description of how the Star Spangled Banner became adopted - through a grassroots process - as the U.S. National Anthem.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/oh-say-can-you/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Day 1990]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''Open Source Curriculum in DataPerfect''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 2003. New York, NY.\n\n''DataPerfect and Firestorm'' - an Open Source Curriculum - is at the heart of the ''Digital Engine'' - a key element in [[information ecology|Information ecology] - for the development of a set of curriculum and learning resources for the use of DataPerfect:\n\n*The most brilliant, elegant, versatile, robust relational database that has ever been created;\n*Can be freely downloaded\n*Effortless installation and operation on a local area network\n*Readily programmable to generate multiple sets of interlinked web pages, in clear and consistent format.\n*Existence of a very supportive DataPerfect User Group that generally generates quick and helpful responses to anyone who asks for help.\n*Macintosh version on its way - beta test by late 2003?\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/perfect-fire\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]
\n''Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women''. A/RES/54/4 Annex\n\nAgenda item: 109\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/opcedaw.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 54th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 14 September-23 December 1999'', A/54/49 (Vol.I)
\n''Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights''. A/RES/21/2200 C Annex 3\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 62\n\nDraft International Covenants on Human Rights\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\n\nOptional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/iccpr-op.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''Our Common Future, Annexe 1: Summary of Proposed Legal Principles for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development Adopted by the WCED Experts Group on Environmental Law''. A/42/427 Annex, Annexe 1\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-a1.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Annexe 2: The Commission and its Work''. A/42/427 Annex, Annexe 2\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-a2.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 10: Managing The Commons''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 10\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-10.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 11: Peace, Security, Development, and the Environment''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 11\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-11.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 12: Towards Common Action: Proposals For institutional and Legal Change''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 12\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-12.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 1: A Threatened Future''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 1\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-01.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 2: Towards Sustainable Development''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 2\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-02.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 3: The Role of the International Economy''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 3\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-03.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 4: Population and Human Resources''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 4\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-04.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 7: Energy: Choices for Environment and Development''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 7\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-07.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 8: Industry: Producing More With Less''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 8\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-08.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future, Chapter 9: The Urban Challenge''. A/42/427 Annex, Chapter 9\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-09.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology''. A/42/427 Annex, Acronyms\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future: Chairman's Foreword''. A/42/427 Annex, Foreword\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-cf.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
\n''Our Common Future: From One Earth to One World''. A/42/427 Annex, Overview\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-ov.htm\nPublished in ''Our Common Future: Acronyms and Note on Terminology'', A/42/427\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ocf-acr.htm
''Participants in Roots of the Future, International NGO Conference, Paris''\n\nOrganizational affiliation, addresses, etc. of participants in the International NGO Conference in Paris in December 1991. Source of directory of conference participants.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Roots of the Future - Database and Directory of Participants]]
''''\n\n
''''\n\nDatabase of people connected with the International Institute for Peace and Global Responsibility.
''''\n\n
''Press Database, Paris NGO Conference''\n\nDatabase of Press Contact for the International NGO Conference, "Roots of the Future" in Paris.
''Prototype database for project information''\n\nPrototype for compilation of project information, with eleven entries; served as the seed for the Project segment of subsequent databases.
''Publications''\n\nBibliographic database, multiple media / formats, classification\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
''Publications from UNCED PrepCom 4''\n\nPublications from the 4th Preparatory Committee for the UN Conference on Environment and Development.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
<!--{{{-->\n\n<div class='header' macro='gradient vert [[ColorPalette::PrimaryLight]] [[ColorPalette::PrimaryMid]]'>\n<div class='headerShadow'>\n<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;\n<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>\n</div>\n<div class='headerForeground'>\n<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;\n<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>\n</div>\n</div>\n\n<div id='mainMenu' refresh='content' tiddler='MainMenu'>\n</div>\n\n<div id='displayArea'>\n<div id='messageArea'></div>\n<div id='tiddlerDisplay'></div>\n</div>\n\n<!--}}}-->
\n''Paris Declaration and Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the 1990s''. A/CONF.147/18 Annex\n\n//Second United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries//\nSeptember, 1990. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac147-18.htm
\n''Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness''\n\n//Paris High-Level-Forum on Aid Effectiveness//\nMarch, 2005. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/pdaf.htm
\n''Participating in the Convention on Combatting Desertification and Effects of Drought''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, South-North Centre for Environmental Policy//\nSeptember, 1993. London, United Kingdom.\n\nProvided an overview of the Convention, and of the opportunities for participation and for exchange and access to documentation by NGOs and the academic community.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[RIOD - Desertification Network]]
\n''Participation of non-governmental organizations in the Fourth World Conference on Women and its preparatory body''. A/RES/48/108 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 111\n\nAdvancement of women\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a48r108x.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Partners and the Implementation of the Habitat Agenda''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nPublication of Guides to the implementation of the Habitat Agenda, and a framework - the Habitat Online Partnership Plan of Action designed to enable monitoring and implementation of the Habitat Agenda.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[UN Habitat, New York Liaison Office]]
\n''Peace Cubes - Gifts of Light''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Whitehaven and Whitgift Trust//\nOctober, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nHome for the Peace Cubes - Virtual Light and Colour Cubes that are at the centre of a three-dimensional mathematics of colour and light and that can transform our understanding of the nature and dimensions of light and colour. The Peace Cubes can also serve as vital elements in a new global curriculum on mathematics, colour and light, as symbols for the One Light in all of Creation, and as teaching tools on the properties of knowledge-based economies, and as an introduction to the properties of zero-based economy. All of the images are computer-generated, the most recent images based on HTML tables generated from a DataPerfect database, as were most of the sets of web pages of images.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/peace-cubes/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Peace Faces - Faces of the Peace Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA meditation on the forty-eight faces of the light and colour cubes. Each face represents a meeting place of four primary colours and may evoke a unique feeling. Each face is framed below a frieze of the eight rotations and reflections of itself. At the lower right of the face is its photographic negative. A bottom frieze contains small icons of the forty eight faces. Easy - and enjoyable; forget about words; let your eyes and feelings guide you.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/faces/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Peace Tiles - Gifts of Light''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA set of the ninety-six peace tiles - based on mirror images of the faces and the cycles of all possible pairs of contiguous faces of the Peace Cubes. Each colourful tile is framed below a frieze of the corresponding faces. The bottom frieze contains the photographic negative of the tile. Below that are the sixteen "cycle tiles" corresponding to the faces of the main tile. Sound complicated? In practice it is easy - and fun if you let your eyes and feelings guide you. Virtually no words, yet simple to grasp visually.\n\nThe web site for the Peace Tiles was launched on October 24, United Nations Day, 2000.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/tiles/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Peaceful Properties of the Internet''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nPeaceful Properties of the Internet is being established as a project to identify, examine and cultivate the intrinsic peaceful properties of the Internet, and to engage in appreciative dialogue of these properties. The project seeks to cultivate an appreciation of the peaceful properties of the Internet, in the context of the global transition to digital knowledge-based economies, societies and environments.\nhttp://projects.takingitglobal.org/ppi\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Habitat: Taking IT Global]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
\n''Petition for an Emergency UN Resolution on Iraq''. `\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Uniting for Peace Coalition//\nMay, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nAn online petition for the United Nations calling for a peaceful response to the War in Iraq, including specific requests concerning Peacekeeping and humanitarian response; Establishment of a legitimate government; Compliance with international law; Illegality of preventive and preemptive war; Prohibition of advantage and profit from war; and Peace and security in the Middle East.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ufp/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]
\n''Plan of Action''. WSIS-03/GENEVA/DOC/5-E\n\n//World Summit on the Information Society//\nDecember, 2003. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wsis-poa.htm
\n''Plan of Action for Implementing the World Declaration on the Survival, Protection and Development of Children in the 1990s''\n\n//World Summit for Children//\nSeptember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wsc-plan.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development''. A/CONF.199/20 Chapter 1, Resolution 2\n\n//World Summit on Sustainable Development//\nSeptember, 2002. Johannesburg, South Africa.\n\nPlan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/jburgpln.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''Planning and Management of Human Settlements for Environmental Quality''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter II, B.\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/aphe-b1.htm
\n''Policy & Procedures Manual: Baltimore City Jail''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Administrative Analyst. Editor, Baltimore City Jail//\nJune, 1982. Baltimore, MD.\n\nCompiled, edited, formatted, and produced - in WordPerfect 4.0 - a comprehensive 200-page policy and procedures manual for the Baltimore City Jail in response to requirements established by Maryland State law.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore City Jail Administrative Analysis]]
\n''Prayer Wheels of Light and Peace''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJanuary, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nA meditations series, in the form of a endlessly cycling series of images based on overlaying a prayer wheel with rotating images of the cubic colour wheel. The web pages offer the viewer options to vary the speed of the cycle, and to switch between "positive" and "negative" images of the prayer wheels of light and peace. The set of web pages were generated from the LIGHT DataPerfect Digital Engine, a prototype for an open source digital engine designed on principles of [[information ecology|Information ecology].\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/prayer-wheels/\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Preamble to the Charter''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-pre.htm
\n''Preamble, Purposes and Principles''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-ppp.htm
\n''Primary Colours: A Proof''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nIntroductory presentation on the nature of primary colours based on the existence of - and symmetry and complementarity between - two sets of primary colours - red, green & blue for light; cyan, magenta & yellow for pigment.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Principles for the protection of persons with mental illness and for the improvement of mental health care''. A/RES/46/119 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 98\n\nHuman rights questions\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/pppmi.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''Procedures for Electronic Dissemination of Documents''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Department of Economic and Social Affairs//\nOctober, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nProcedure manual and forms for formatting and dissemination of UN documents on Internet gopher site.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/pedp.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[United Nations Department for Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development]]
\n''Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States''. A/CONF.167/9 Annex II\n\n//Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States//\nMay, 1994. Bridgetown, Barbados.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/sids-act.htm
\n''Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development''. A/CONF.171/13\n\n//International Conference on Population and Development//\nSeptember, 1994. Cairo, Egypt.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac171-13.htm
\n''Programme of Action of the World Summit for Social Development''. A/CONF.166/9 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//World Summit for Social Development//\nMarch, 1995. Copenhagen, Denmark.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/poa-wssd.htm
\n''Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects''. A/CONF.192/15 Chapter IV\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects//\nJuly, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/paitsalw.htm
\n''Properties and Principles of Information''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, [dpu-pip] Development Planning Unit & Information Habitat//\nNovember, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nProperties of zero mass, zero physical size, speed of light, common access to properties of the whole; principles governing value, flow, management and understanding of information. Outline in pdf format, generated in Inspiration®.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Properties of Information''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nProperties of information - zero mass, zero physical size, speed of light, common access to properties of the whole; principles governing information. Outline in pdf format, generated in Inspiration.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Essential Economics: Towards a Holistic Framework]]
\n''Proposal: Establishment of a Consolidated DPCSD Database''\n\n//Task Force of DPCSD NGO Focal Points. Robert Pollard, Editor, Department of Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development//\nAugust, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nProposal for the establishment of an electronic database of NGO contacts, to support the long-term strategy of the Department of Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development regarding the new relationship emerging between the United Nations and the non-governmental sector. The proposal is based on a review of the existing arrangements for maintaining information on non-governmental organizations, information needs of NGO focal points, and an assessment of software alternatives.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[United Nations Department for Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]\n*[[NGO Section, Division of ECOSOC Support & Coordination, Department of Economic & Social Affairs]]
\n''Proposals. Your Voice, Issue 9''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Parliament of the People//\nSeptember, 1993. Chicago, IL.\n\nPublication - as a special issue of ''Your Voice'' - of the proposal that were made by participants on Post-it notes in small group sessions in the third session of the four-day Parliament of the People that was held in parallel to the Parliament of World Religions.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/your-voice/yv--9.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[One World Now]]\n*[[Your Voice]]\n*[[Parliament of the People]]
\n''Proposed additions to Vice-Chairs' Paper on Sustainable Development Governance''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nStatement presented to the 3rd Preparatory Committee for the World Summit on Sustainable Development proposing additions to the Vice-Chair's paper on Sustainable Development Governance, with a focus on the systematic use of information and communication technologies.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 3]]
\n''Protocol I Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffirmation and Development of International Humanitarian Law applicable in Armed Conflicts//\nJune, 1977. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-p1.htm
\n''Protocol II Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts, 8 June 1977''\n\n//Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffirmation and Development of International Humanitarian Law applicable in Armed Conflicts//\nJune, 1977. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/gc-p2.htm
\n''Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees''\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1967. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/prsr.htm
\n''Protocol to the Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific and Cultural Materials''\n\n//United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1976. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/np-1976.htm
\n''Provisional Agenda For The First Meeting on an International Instrument on the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Water-related Disease''. MP.WAT/AC.1/1998/1\n\n//WHO Regional Office For Europe, World Health Organization//\nDecember, 1997. Copenhagen, Denmark.\n\nMP.WAT/AC.1/1998/1 - to be held in Budapest, Hungary, starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 11 February 1998
\n''Provisional Staff Regulations''. A/RES/1/13 Annex II\n\nFifth Committee: Administrative and Budgetary Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nReport of the Preparatory Committee, Chapter VIII: The Secretariat\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nFebruary, 1946. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1r13x2.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the first part of its First session from 10 January to 14 February 1946'', A/1/64\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1-64.pdf
\n''Public Participation and Access to Information in Environment and Health Matters''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nNovember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.11.12, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/12.
\n''Pumped up for Peace - TakingITGlobal''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nPumped Up for Peace is being developed as a support space for a global project for young people to engage in grassroots fundraising so they can establish relationship with communities in developing countries, with a focus on donating and enabling access to ecologically-sound, low energy, low-maintenance water pumps and access to freshwater.
\n''Pyramids of Light''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Pyramids of Light - 480 x 360''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Pyramids of Light - 640 x 480''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Queries on Opening to the Light''\n\n//Morley, Barry, Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends//\nAugust, 1988. State College, PA.\n\nAn inspiring set of Quaker Queries on Opening to the Light, presented by Barry Morley at Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1988.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/queries/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence - New York Task Force]]\n*[[September 11 Peace Memorials]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[2004 Gandhi-King Season - Compassionate Action for Global Healing]]
''READIT''\n\nCalendar database for READIT - a compilation of meetings and events relating to the environment and to sustainable development assembled by the Environmental Research & Development Centre, Brussels.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
''Baltimore Recycling Committee''\n\nParticipants, committees, committee membership, etc. of the Baltimore Recycling Committee of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association, and for participants in the Recycling Conference organized by the Committee and follow up commitments made by Conference participants. RECYCLE was used to generate mailing labels, and generate a series of updated directories\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Baltimore Area Recycling Committee]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Resume''\n\nDatabase for maintaining records of employment, education, community service, etc, and for generating resumes / curriculum vitae. The data from RESUME was incorporated into the HABITAT3 database.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
''Who is Who in Rio''\n\nEdited and partially corrected data from the "Who is Who in Rio" - a directory of the more than 22,000 participants - governmental, intergovernmental, non-governmental and press - who were registered participants in Rio de Janeiro at the [[Earth Summit]].\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
''Global Forum '92 at Rio''\n\nGlobal Forum '92 at Rio; subset of those with UK address or nationality from RIO-92
\n''Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves - Beginning to add colour''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves - Filling in the blanks''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Rainbow Pyramids - Aligned''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Rainbow Pyramids - Dual Cycles''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 2001. New York, NY.
\n''Recommendation concerning the Status of the Artist''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nOctober, 1980. Belgrade, Yugoslavia.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/artist.htm
\n''Recommendation on Participation by the People at Large in Cultural Life and their Contribution to It''\n\n//General Conference , United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1976. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/pplcl.htm
\n''Recommendation on the Safeguarding of Traditional Culture and Folklore''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1989. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/folklore.htm
\n''Recommendations of the Technical Advisory Committee on Information Concerning the Policies, Functions and Organization of the Department of Public Information''. A/RES/1/13 Annex I\n\nFifth Committee: Administrative and Budgetary Questions\n\nAgenda item: 0\n\nReport of the Preparatory Committee, Chapter VIII: The Secretariat\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nFebruary, 1946. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1r13x1.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the first part of its First session from 10 January to 14 February 1946'', A/1/64\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a1-64.pdf
\n''Recycling Resource Packet''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Baltimore Environmental Center//\nJune, 1988. Baltimore, MD.\n\nCompiled a Recycling Resource Packet with information on opportunities and economics for recycling of household waste, applicable laws and local recycling centers. The Resource Packet was widely distributed to members of the Baltimore Area Recycling Committee.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore Environmental Center]]
\n''Reflections and Observations at Dogwood Hill''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 2002. New York, NY.\n\nA set of the photographic slide shows from Dogwood Hill, New Jersey - on and adjacent to an 11 acre natural reserve in the rapidly exurbanizing Chester, New Jersey.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''Reflections of Grandpa Ruh''\n\n//Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles//\nMay, 2004. New York, NY.
\n''Registered NGO Participants at Habitat II''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\n\nA series of lists, generated throughout the two-week conference, and a final report, of NGOs with registered representatives present in Istanbul for the [[Habitat II]] Conference.\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[HAB2-NGO]] - ~NGOs Accredited to Habitat II
\n''Regulations for the Execution of the Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in event of Armed Conflict''\n\n//United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nMay, 1954. The Hague, The Netherlands.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/rcpcpeac.htm
\n''Report Card on Baltimore City Elementary Schools''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Citizens Planning and Housing Association//\nNovember, 1990. Baltimore, MD.\n\nSystematic compilation and presentation of data in easy-to-read tables, on measures of performance and characteristics of all the elementary schools in Baltimore City. Prepared for the Education Committee of the Citizens Housing and Planning Association, in preparation for the City's compliance with the Maryland State Performance Standards. The data were compiled from multiple sources and imported into a DataPerfect relational database; the entire body of the report was generated from an exported file merged into a WordPerfect 5.1 table.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Citizens Planning & Housing Association - Education Committee]]\n*[[Baltimore City Public Schools]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[SCHOOLS]] - Report Card on Baltimore City Elementary Schools
\n''Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Strategic Approaches to Freshwater Management''\n\n//Expert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management//\nJanuary, 1998. Harare, Zimbabwe.\n\nHarare, Zimbabwe, 1998.01.27 - 1998.01.30.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/harare.htm
\n''Report of the Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States''. A/CONF.167/9\n\n//Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States//\nMay, 1994. Bridgetown, Barbados.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac167-9.htm
\n''Report of the Representative of the Secretary-General, Mr.''. E/CN.4/1998/53/Add.2\nFrancis M. Deng, submitted pursuant to Commission resolution\n1997/39\n
\n''Report of the Second World Assembly on Ageing''. A/CONF.197/9\n\n//World Assembly on Ageing//\nApril, 2002. Madrid, Spain.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac197-9.htm
\n''Report of the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)''. A/CONF.165/14\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac165-14.htm
\n''Report of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche.htm
\n''Report of the United Nations Task Force on Environment and Human Settlements''. hab\n\n//United Nations Task Force on Environment and Human Settlements//\nOctober, 1998. Nairobi, Kenya.
\n''Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future''. A/42/427 Annex\n\nSecond Committee: Economic and Financial Questions\n\nAgenda item 82\n\nDevelopment and international economic cooperation\n\nSub item (e)\n\nEnvironment\n\n//World Commission on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1987. Geneva, Switzerland.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wced-ocf.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DIGITAL]] - Digital Engine, Mark II
\n''Resolution and decisions / adopted by the General Assembly during its 35th session, 16 September - 17 December 1980, 15 and 16 January, 2-6 March and 11 May 1981''. A/35/48\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1981. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a35-48.pdf
\n''Resolution on Information and Communications''\n\n//Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the U.N.//\nNovember, 1997. Geneva, Switzerland.\n\nResolution on Information and Communications - proposed by Information Habitat: Where Information Lives and International Council of Jewish Women and adopted by the 20th General Assembly of the Conference of NGOs - to recognize the opportunities offered by modern information and communications technology to increase their effectiveness and to strengthen the participation of NGOs in the work of the United Nations.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/docs/ic-congo.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[20th General Assembly of the Conference of NGOs in Consultative Status with ECOSOC]]\n*[[CONGO Task Force on Communications]]
\n''Resolution on Institutional and Financial Arrangements''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter III\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche-if.htm
\n''Resolution: Convening of a Second United Nations Conference on the Human Environment''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter IV\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche-c2.htm
\n''Resolution: Nuclear weapons tests''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter IV\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche-nw.htm
\n''Resolution: World Environment Day''. A/CONF.48/14/Rev.1 Chapter IV\n\n//United Nations Conference on the Human Environment//\nJune, 1972. Stockholm, Sweden.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unche-we.htm
\n''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during the 2nd part of its 1st Session from 23 October to 15 December 1946''. A/64/Add.1\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJanuary, 1964. New York, NY.
\n''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly at its Twenty-Second Special Session''. A/S-22/11\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 2000. New York, NY.
\n''Respondents' Overview of Events Concerning Landlord's Failure to Provide Adequate Heat and Hot Water - among Many Other Failures to Maintain Warrant of Habitability - and Landlord's Retaliatory Refusal to Renew Lease''\n\n//Doe, John (Pollard, Robert), Housing Court of Kings//\nAugust, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nOverview of the Landlord's failure to provide heat, and Landlord's retaliatory response to a legitimate and validated complaint to the appropriate authority of the City of New York, with submission of relevant weather records obtained from the official web site of the National Weather Center at La Guardia Airport.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/no-heat.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Revised form for Tenant's Affidavit in Support of an Order to Show Cause to Vacate Judgement and to Restore to the Calendar''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Housing Court of Kings//\nMarch, 2001. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nA revised form for Tenant's Affidavit offered for use by the Housing Court of Kings County, New York (Brooklyn), The form - which would be accessible online, with interactive help options, and in portable electronic formats - makes provision for documentation of the specifics of the Landlord's failure to maintain a "warrant of habitability", and provides optional additional space for describing additional details related to a Tenant's defense.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/tenant-form.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''Revision of the International Health Regulations''. WHA58.3\n\n//World Health Organization//\nMay, 2005. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wha58-3.htm
\n''Rio Declaration on Environment and Development''. A/CONF.151/26 (Vol. I) Chapter I, Annex I\n\n//United Nations Conference on Environment and Development//\nJune, 1992. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/rio-dec.htm
\n''Rome Declaration on World Food Security''. WFS 96/REP Part One\n\n//World Food Summit//\nNovember, 1996. Rome, Italy.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/rome-dec.htm
\n''Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court''. A/CONF.183/9\n\n//United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court//\nJuly, 1998. Rome, Italy.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icc.htm
\n''Roots of the Future - Database and Directory of Participants''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Database development, Environment Liaison Centre International//\nNovember, 1991. Paris, France.\n\nDirectory of participants in ''Roots of the Future'' - a major international NGO conference organized by the Environment Liaison Centre International and sponsored by the government of France.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Roots of the Future: International NGO Conference]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[PARIS]] - Participants in Roots of the Future, International NGO Conference, Paris
\n''S-18/3. Declaration on International Economic Cooperation, in particular the Revitalization of Economic Growth and Development of the Developing Countries''. A/RES/S-18/3\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nInternational economic cooperation, in particular the revitalization of economic growth and development of the developing countries\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s18r3.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 18th special session, 23 April-1 May 1990'', A/S-18/15
\n''S-23/2. Political declaration''. A/RES/S-23/2\n\nAgenda item: 8\n\nReview and appraisal of progress made in the implementation of the twelve critical areas of concern in the Beijing Platform for Action\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nFurther actions and initiatives for overcoming obstacles to the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nAdoption of the final documents\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJune, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s23r2.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 23rd special session, 5-10 June 2000'', A/S-23/13
\n''S-23/3. Further actions and initiatives to implement the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action''. A/RES/S-23/3\n\nAgenda item: 8\n\nReview and appraisal of progress made in the implementation of the twelve critical areas of concern in the Beijing Platform for Action\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nFurther actions and initiatives for overcoming obstacles to the implementation of the Beijing Platform for ActioN\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nAdoption of the final documents\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJune, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s23r3.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 23rd special session, 5-10 June 2000'', A/S-23/13
\n''S-24/2. Further initiatives for social development''. A/RES/S-24/2\n\nAgenda item 8\n\nProposals for further initiatives for social development\n\nSub item (a)\n\nReview and appraisal of progress since the World Summit for Social Development\n\nAgenda item 8\n\nProposals for further initiatives for social development\n\nSub item (b)\n\nProposals for further initiatives for the full implementation of the Copenhagen Declaration on Social Development and Programme of Action of the World Summit for Social Development\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nAdoption of the final document\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJuly, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s24r2.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its twenty-fourth Special Session, 26 June to 1 July 2000'', A/S-24/10
\n''S-25/2. Declaration on Cities and Other Human Settlements in the New Millennium''. A/RES/S-25/2\n\nAgenda item: 8\n\nReview and appraisal of progress made in the implementation of the Habitat Agenda\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nFurther actions and initiaties for overcoming obstacles to the implementation of the Habitat Agenda\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nDeclaration on cities and other human settlements in the new millennium\n\nAgenda item: 11\n\nAdoption of the final document\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJune, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s25r2.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its twenty-fifth Special Session, 6 to 9 June 2001'', A/S-25/9
\n''S-26/2. Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS''. A/RES/S-26/2\n\nAgenda item: 7\n\nReview of the problem of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in all its aspects\n\nAgenda item: 8\n\nAdoption of the final document\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJune, 2001. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s26r2.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its twenty-sixth Special Session, 27 '', A/S-26/7
\n''S-27/2. A world fit for children''. A/RES/S-27/2\n\nAgenda item: 8\n\nReview of the achievements in the implementation and results of the World Declaration on the Survival, Protection and Development of Children and Plan of Action for Implementing the World Declaration on the Survival, Protection and Development of Children in the 1990s\n\nAgenda item: 9\n\nRenewal of commitment and future action for children in the next decade\n\nAgenda item: 10\n\nAdoption of the final document\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nMay, 2002. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/s27r2.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its twenty-seventh special session, 8-10 May 2002'', A/S-27/24
''Report Card on Baltimore City Elementary Schools''\n\nData compiled on measures of academic achievement and student behavior, in response to an initiative of the Education Committee of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association in Baltimore. The data were made available by the Baltimore City Public Schools Department and were used to generate a Report Card on Elementary Schools with clearly presented table format. The Report Card served to focus public attention on schools with records of poor performance and behavior.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Citizens Planning & Housing Association - Education Committee]]\n*[[Baltimore City Public Schools]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Report Card on Baltimore City Elementary Schools]]
''Students for Economy, Environment and Development''\n\nStudents for Economy, Environment and Development
''Resources for the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development''\n\nSuccessor to the TREATIES database, the SUSTAIN database has been expanding with the addition of a set of panels incorporating a database of General Assembly resolutions, contributions to the Habitat JAM, geographic information relating to the October 2006 Earthquake in the Kashmir area, panels relating to TiddlyWiki styles and bookmarks.\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Agenda 21]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 1. Preamble]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 10. Integrated Approach to the Planning and Management of Land Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 11. Combating Deforestation]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 12. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Combating Desertification and Drought]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 13. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Sustainable Mountain Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 14. Promoting Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 15. Conservation of Biological Diversity]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 16. Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 17. Protection of the Oceans, All Kinds of Seas, including Enclosed and Semi-enclosed Seas, and Coastal Areas and the Protection, Rational Use and Development of their Living Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 18. Protection of the Quality and Supply of Freshwater Resources: Application of Integrated Approaches to the Development, Management and Use of Water Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 19. Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic Chemicals, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Toxic and Dangerous Products]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 2. International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development in Developing Countries and Related Domestic Policies]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 20. Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Hazardous Wastes]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 21. Environmentally Sound Management of Solid Wastes and Sewage-related Issues]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 22. Safe and Environmentally Sound Management of Radioactive Wastes]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 23. Preamble: Strengthening The Role Of Major Groups]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 24. Global Action for Women Towards Sustainable and Equitable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 25. Children and Youth in Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 26. Recognizing and Strengthening the Role of Indigenous People and their Communities]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 27. Strengthening the Role of Non-governmental Organizations: Partners for Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 28. Local Authorities' Initiatives in Support of Agenda 21]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 29. Strengthening the Role of Workers and their Trade Unions]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 3. Combating Poverty]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 30. Strengthening the Role of Business and Industry]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 31. Scientific and Technological Community]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 32. Strengthening the Role of Farmers]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 33. Financial Resources and Mechanisms]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 34. Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technology, Cooperation and Capacity-building]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 35. Science for Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 36. Promoting Education, Public Awareness and Training]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 37. National Mechanisms and International Cooperation for Capacity-building in Developing Countries]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 38. International Institutional Arrangements]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 39. International Legal Instruments and Mechanisms]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 4. Changing Consumption Patterns]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 40. Information for Decision-making]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 5. Demographic Dynamics and Sustainability]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 6. Protecting and Promoting Human Health]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 7. Promoting Sustainable Human Settlement Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 8. Integrating Environment and Development in Decision-Making]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 9. Protection of the Atmosphere]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Other UNCED Agreements and the NGO Alternative Treaties]]
''International Synergy Institute''\n\nPrimary database for the International Synergy Institute, successor to [[EIN]], and served as a database of NGOs participating in the final stages of preparation for the [[Earth Summit]] and the followup to the Summit, and participation in subsequent UN Conferences, especially for the World Summit on Sustainable Development, held in Copenhagen in 1995.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Strategy Group]]\n*[[Center for Our Common Future]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Global Structures Convocation]]\n*[[Earth Summit PrepCom 4]]\n*[[Eco-Ed Conference in Ottawa]]\n*[[Friendly Green Cottage]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development preparations]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 2]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Habitat II PrepCom 2]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
\n''Sailing to Rio: Part I - PrepBoat''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit//\nSeptember, 1991. Sittard, The Netherlands.\n\nA proposal for a Cairo-Gibraltar-New York boat, with an on-board conference, for NGO delegates to the 4th UNCED PrepCom in New York in March 1992. European and African delegates would join the boat at various ports in the Mediterranean; Arab and Asian delegates via the Suez Canal. A key focus of the on-board conference would be the geo-politics of trade.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Strategy Group]]\n*[[On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit]]
\n''Schedules - print & web-based - of Events at NGO Forum '96''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\n\nA series of sets of web pages for the daily schedule of events at the NGO Forum '96, with corresponding posters and Room Signs; The web pages and scheduled were revised on a daily basis, with WordPerfect 5.1+ secondary merge files generated from the FORUM96 Digital Engine.\n\n''Related databases''\n*FORUM96 - NGO Forum '96
\n''Science Agenda - Framework for Action''\n\n//World Conference on Science for the Twenty-first Century//\nJuly, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/sci-ag.htm
\n''Seasons of Peace Cooperation Circles''\n\n//Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2004. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/\n\n''Related databases''\n*MyPalace - My Palace - an expansive digital home
\n''Security Council resolution 1325 (2000) [on women and peace and security]''. S/RES/1325 (2000)\n\nAgenda item: 201\n\nWomen in Armed Conflict\n\n//United Nations Security Council//\nOctober, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/sr1325.htm\nApproved: u\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions of the Security Council, 2000'', S/INF/56
<<list shadowed>>
<<list shadowed>>
\nan evolving ~TiddlyPerfect Information Habitat powered by Information Ecology, ~TiddlyWiki & ~DataPerfect
Information Habitat: Where Information Lives 2.0
\n''Soesterberg Declaration''. 99\n\n//Soesterberg Forum//\nFebruary, 1999. Soesterberg, The Netherlands.\n\nDeclaration adopted at a Conference in Soesterberg, The Netherlands, by Non-Governmental Organizations preparing for participation in the European Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health organized World Health Organization that includes recommendations on protocols for public participation and access to information based on the principles of the Aarhus Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[European Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
\n''Spiritual Reflections on Unity with Nature''\n\n//Ad Hoc Committee on Unity With Nature, Pollard, Robert. Editor, Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends//\nAugust, 1989. Baltimore, MD.\n\nReflections on the convergence of interests that are leading towards an interfaith, holistic, spiritual understanding of the importance of redefining our relationship with nature.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/values/srouwn.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Friends Committee on Unity with Nature]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Caring for Creation Conference]]
\n''Spring Waters at Saratoga Springs''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2000. Saratoga Springs, NY.\n\nA set of three photographic slide shows, taken in Saratoga Springs, NY - center of perhaps the most important mineral resource waters in the world. The slide shows are: Congress Park near the center of town, An unconventional set of images from the Congress Springs, at the edge of the Park; and the Saratoga Surf and Spa Motel - a very reasonably priced motel - outside the racing season - with a mineral water hot tub where one can soak to one's heart's content.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/saratoga/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Standard Rules on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities''. A/RES/48/96 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item: 109\n\nSocial development, including questions relating to the world social situation, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1993. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/sreopwd.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 48th session. Vol. 1, 21 September-23 December 1993'', A/48/49 (Vol.I)
\n''Statute of the International Court of Justice''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/icj-s.htm
\n''Strategic Issues Of Freshwater Management In Africa''. h2o\n\n//Yilma, E.; Donkor, S.M.K.; &; Kol, S.; Food Security And Sustainable Development Division, Food Security and Sustainable Development Division//\nJanuary, 1998. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.\n\nExpert Group Meeting On Strategic Approaches To Freshwater Management, 1998.01, Harare
\n''Strengthening NGO Participation at the United Nations''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nNovember, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nStatement submitted at the Inter-sessional Meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultations with Non-Governmental Organizations. Recommendations for strengthening NGO participation at the UN, including the creative application of information and communication technology in support of systematic arrangements for broader and more timely access to UN documents and the establishment of an Information and Communication Center for compilation and dissemination of UN documents.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/oewg9411.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]
\n''Strengthening Procedures for Consultation''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nJune, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nStatement submitted at the First Session of the Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultations with Non-Governmental Organizations. Recommendations for consistency of procedures for consultation, on the role on national non-governmental organizations, practical arrangements, provisions for timely and effective access to documents, and modalities for consultation.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/oewg9406.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]
/*{{{*/\n* html .tiddler {\n height: 1%;\n}\n\nbody {\n font-size: .75em;\n font-family: arial,helvetica;\n margin: 0;\n padding: 0;\n}\n\nh1,h2,h3,h4,h5 {\n font-weight: bold;\n text-decoration: none;\n padding-left: 0.4em;\n}\n\nh1 {font-size: 1.35em;}\nh2 {font-size: 1.25em;}\nh3 {font-size: 1.1em;}\nh4 {font-size: 1em;}\nh5 {font-size: .9em;}\n\nhr {\n height: 1px;\n}\n\na{\n text-decoration: none;\n}\n\ndt {font-weight: bold;}\n\nol { list-style-type: decimal }\nol ol { list-style-type: lower-alpha }\nol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-roman }\nol ol ol ol { list-style-type: decimal }\nol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-alpha }\nol ol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-roman }\nol ol ol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: decimal }\n\n.txtOptionInput {\n width: 11em;\n}\n\n#contentWrapper .chkOptionInput {\n border: 0;\n}\n\n.externalLink {\n text-decoration: underline;\n}\n\n.indent {margin-left:3em;}\n.outdent {margin-left:3em; text-indent:-3em;}\ncode.escaped {white-space:nowrap;}\n\n.tiddlyLinkExisting {\n font-weight: bold;\n}\n\n.tiddlyLinkNonExisting {\n font-style: italic;\n}\n\n/* the 'a' is required for IE, otherwise it renders the whole tiddler a bold */\na.tiddlyLinkNonExisting.shadow {\n font-weight: bold;\n}\n\n#mainMenu .tiddlyLinkExisting, \n#mainMenu .tiddlyLinkNonExisting,\n#sidebarTabs .tiddlyLinkNonExisting{\n font-weight: normal;\n font-style: normal;\n}\n\n#sidebarTabs .tiddlyLinkExisting {\n font-weight: bold;\n font-style: normal;\n}\n\n.header {\n position: relative;\n}\n\n.header a:hover {\n background: transparent;\n}\n\n.headerShadow {\n position: relative;\n padding: 4.5em 0em 1em 1em;\n left: -1px;\n top: -1px;\n}\n\n.headerForeground {\n position: absolute;\n padding: 4.5em 0em 1em 1em;\n left: 0px;\n top: 0px;\n}\n\n.siteTitle {\n font-size: 3em;\n}\n\n.siteSubtitle {\n font-size: 1.2em;\n}\n\n#mainMenu {\n position: absolute;\n left: 0;\n width: 10em;\n text-align: right;\n line-height: 1.6em;\n padding: 1.5em 0.5em 0.5em 0.5em;\n font-size: 1.1em;\n}\n\n#sidebar {\n position: absolute;\n right: 3px;\n width: 16em;\n font-size: .9em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions {\n padding-top: 0.3em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions a {\n margin: 0em 0.2em;\n padding: 0.2em 0.3em;\n display: block;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions input {\n margin: 0.4em 0.5em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel {\n margin-left: 1em;\n padding: 0.5em;\n font-size: .85em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel a {\n font-weight: bold;\n display: inline;\n padding: 0;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel input {\n margin: 0 0 .3em 0;\n}\n\n#sidebarTabs .tabContents {\n width: 15em;\n overflow: hidden;\n}\n\n.wizard {\n padding: 0.1em 0em 0em 2em;\n}\n\n.wizard h1 {\n font-size: 2em;\n font-weight: bold;\n background: none;\n padding: 0em 0em 0em 0em;\n margin: 0.4em 0em 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.wizard h2 {\n font-size: 1.2em;\n font-weight: bold;\n background: none;\n padding: 0em 0em 0em 0em;\n margin: 0.2em 0em 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.wizardStep {\n padding: 1em 1em 1em 1em;\n}\n\n.wizard .button {\n margin: 0.5em 0em 0em 0em;\n font-size: 1.2em;\n}\n\n#messageArea {\nposition:absolute; top:0; right:0; margin: 0.5em; padding: 0.5em;\n}\n\n*[id='messageArea'] {\nposition:fixed !important; z-index:99;}\n\n.messageToolbar {\ndisplay: block;\ntext-align: right;\n}\n\n#messageArea a{\n text-decoration: underline;\n}\n\n.popup {\n font-size: .9em;\n padding: 0.2em;\n list-style: none;\n margin: 0;\n}\n\n.popup hr {\n display: block;\n height: 1px;\n width: auto;\n padding: 0;\n margin: 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.listBreak {\n font-size: 1px;\n line-height: 1px;\n}\n\n.listBreak div {\n margin: 2px 0;\n}\n\n.popup li.disabled {\n padding: 0.2em;\n}\n\n.popup li a{\n display: block;\n padding: 0.2em;\n}\n\n.tabset {\n padding: 1em 0em 0em 0.5em;\n}\n\n.tab {\n margin: 0em 0em 0em 0.25em;\n padding: 2px;\n}\n\n.tabContents {\n padding: 0.5em;\n}\n\n.tabContents ul, .tabContents ol {\n margin: 0;\n padding: 0;\n}\n\n.txtMainTab .tabContents li {\n list-style: none;\n}\n\n.tabContents li.listLink {\n margin-left: .75em;\n}\n\n#displayArea {\n margin: 1em 17em 0em 14em;\n}\n\n\n.toolbar {\n text-align: right;\n font-size: .9em;\n visibility: hidden;\n}\n\n.selected .toolbar {\n visibility: visible;\n}\n\n.tiddler {\n padding: 1em 1em 0em 1em;\n}\n\n.missing .viewer,.missing .title {\n font-style: italic;\n}\n\n.title {\n font-size: 1.6em;\n font-weight: bold;\n}\n\n.missing .subtitle {\n display: none;\n}\n\n.subtitle {\n font-size: 1.1em;\n}\n\n.tiddler .button {\n padding: 0.2em 0.4em;\n}\n\n.tagging {\nmargin: 0.5em 0.5em 0.5em 0;\nfloat: left;\ndisplay: none;\n}\n\n.isTag .tagging {\ndisplay: block;\n}\n\n.tagged {\nmargin: 0.5em;\nfloat: right;\n}\n\n.tagging, .tagged {\nfont-size: 0.9em;\npadding: 0.25em;\n}\n\n.tagging ul, .tagged ul {\nlist-style: none;margin: 0.25em;\npadding: 0;\n}\n\n.tagClear {\nclear: both;\n}\n\n.footer {\n font-size: .9em;\n}\n\n.footer li {\ndisplay: inline;\n}\n\n* html .viewer pre {\n width: 99%;\n padding: 0 0 1em 0;\n}\n\n.viewer {\n line-height: 1.4em;\n padding-top: 0.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer .button {\n margin: 0em 0.25em;\n padding: 0em 0.25em;\n}\n\n.viewer blockquote {\n line-height: 1.5em;\n padding-left: 0.8em;\n margin-left: 2.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer ul, .viewer ol{\n margin-left: 0.5em;\n padding-left: 1.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer table {\n border-collapse: collapse;\n margin: 0.8em 1.0em;\n}\n\n.viewer th, .viewer td, .viewer tr,.viewer caption{\n padding: 3px;\n}\n\n.viewer table.listView {\n font-size: 0.85em;\n margin: 0.8em 1.0em;\n}\n\n.viewer table.listView th, .viewer table.listView td, .viewer table.listView tr {\n padding: 0px 3px 0px 3px;\n}\n\n.viewer pre {\n padding: 0.5em;\n margin-left: 0.5em;\n font-size: 1.2em;\n line-height: 1.4em;\n overflow: auto;\n}\n\n.viewer code {\n font-size: 1.2em;\n line-height: 1.4em;\n}\n\n.editor {\nfont-size: 1.1em;\n}\n\n.editor input, .editor textarea {\n display: block;\n width: 100%;\n font: inherit;\n}\n\n.editorFooter {\n padding: 0.25em 0em;\n font-size: .9em;\n}\n\n.editorFooter .button {\npadding-top: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px;}\n\n.fieldsetFix {border: 0;\npadding: 0;\nmargin: 1px 0px 1px 0px;\n}\n\n.sparkline {\n line-height: 1em;\n}\n\n.sparktick {\n outline: 0;\n}\n\n.zoomer {\n font-size: 1.1em;\n position: absolute;\n padding: 1em;\n}\n\n.cascade {\n font-size: 1.1em;\n position: absolute;\n overflow: hidden;\n}\n/*}}}*//*{{{*/\n* html .tiddler {\n height: 1%;\n}\n\nbody {\nfont-size: .75em;\nfont-family: comic sans ms, bookman old style, garamond antigua, arial, helvetica;\nmargin: 0;\npadding: 0;\n}\n\nh1,h2,h3,h4,h5 {\nfont-weight: bold;\ntext-decoration: none;\n}\n\n\n\nh1 {font-size: 1.35em;}\nh2 {font-size: 1.25em;}\nh3 {font-size: 1.1em;}\nh4 {font-size: 1em;}\nh5 {font-size: .9em;}\n\nhr {\nheight: 1px;\n}\n\na{\ntext-decoration: none;\n}\n\ndt {font-weight: bold;}\n\nol { list-style-type: decimal }\nol ol { list-style-type: lower-alpha }\nol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-roman }\nol ol ol ol { list-style-type: decimal }\nol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-alpha }\nol ol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-roman }\nol ol ol ol ol ol ol { list-style-type: decimal }\n\n.txtOptionInput {\nwidth: 11em;\n}\n\n#contentWrapper .chkOptionInput {\nborder: 0;\n}\n\n.externalLink {\ntext-decoration: underline;\n}\n\n.indent {margin-left:3em;}\n.outdent {margin-left:3em; text-indent:-3em;}\ncode.escaped {white-space:nowrap;}\n\n.tiddlyLinkExisting {\nfont-weight: bold;\n}\n\n.tiddlyLinkNonExisting {\nfont-style: italic;\n}\n\n/* the 'a' is required for IE, otherwise it renders the whole tiddler a bold */\na.tiddlyLinkNonExisting.shadow {\nfont-weight: bold;\n}\n\n.header {\nposition: relative;\n}\n\n.header a:hover {\nbackground: transparent;\n}\n\n.headerShadow {\nposition: relative;\npadding: 1.5em 0em 1em 1em;\nleft: -1px;\ntop: -1px;\n}\n\n.headerForeground {\nposition: absolute;\npadding: 1.5em 0em 1em 1em;\nleft: 0px;\ntop: 0px;\n}\n\n.siteTitle {\nfont-size: 3em;\n}\n\n.siteSubtitle {\nfont-size: 1.2em;\n}\n\n#mainMenu {\nposition: absolute;\nleft: 0;\nwidth: 19em;\ntext-align: right;\nline-height: 1.6em;\npadding-left: 0.2em;\npadding-right: 0.5em;\npadding-top: 0.5em;\nfont-size: 90%;\n}\n\n#mainMenu .tiddlyLinkExisting, \n#mainMenu .tiddlyLinkNonExisting,\n#sidebarTabs .tiddlyLinkNonExisting{\n font-weight: normal;\n font-style: normal;\n}\n\n#sidebar {\nposition: absolute;\nright: 3px;\nwidth: 16em;\nfont-size: .9em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions {\npadding-top: 0.3em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions a {\nmargin: 0em 0.2em;\npadding: 0.2em 0.3em;\ndisplay: block;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions input {\nmargin: 0.4em 0.5em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel {\nmargin-left: 1em;\npadding: 0.5em;\nfont-size: .85em;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel a {\nfont-weight: bold;\ndisplay: inline;\npadding: 0;\n}\n\n#sidebarOptions .sliderPanel input {\nmargin: 0 0 .3em 0;\n}\n\n#sidebarTabs .tiddlyLinkExisting {\n font-weight: bold;\n font-style: normal;\n}\n\n#sidebarTabs .tabContents {\nwidth: 15em;\noverflow: hidden;\n}\n\n.wizard {\npadding: 0.1em 0em 0em 2em;\n}\n\n.wizard h1 {\nfont-size: 2em;\nfont-weight: bold;\nbackground: none;\npadding: 0em 0em 0em 0em;\nmargin: 0.4em 0em 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.wizard h2 {\nfont-size: 1.2em;\nfont-weight: bold;\nbackground: none;\npadding: 0em 0em 0em 0em;\nmargin: 0.2em 0em 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.wizardStep {\npadding: 1em 1em 1em 1em;\n}\n\n.wizard .button {\nmargin: 0.5em 0em 0em 0em;\nfont-size: 1.2em;\n}\n\n#messageArea {\nposition:absolute; top:0; right:0; margin: 0.5em; padding: 0.5em;\n}\n\n*[id='messageArea'] {\nposition:fixed !important; z-index:99;}\n\n.messageToolbar {\ndisplay: block;\ntext-align: right;\n}\n\n#messageArea a{\ntext-decoration: underline;\n}\n\n.popup {\nfont-size: .9em;\npadding: 0.2em;\nlist-style: none;\nmargin: 0;\n}\n\n.popup hr {\ndisplay: block;\nheight: 1px;\nwidth: auto;\npadding: 0;\nmargin: 0.2em 0em;\n}\n\n.listBreak {\nfont-size: 1px;\nline-height: 1px;\n}\n\n.listBreak div {\nmargin: 2px 0;\n}\n\n.popup li.disabled {\npadding: 0.2em;\n}\n\n.popup li a{\ndisplay: block;\npadding: 0.2em;\n}\n\n.tabset {\npadding: 1em 0em 0em 0.5em;\n}\n\n.tab {\nmargin: 0em 0em 0em 0.25em;\npadding: 2px;\n}\n\n.tabContents {\npadding: 0.5em;\n}\n\n.tabContents ul, .tabContents ol {\nmargin: 0;\npadding: 0;\n}\n\n.txtMainTab .tabContents li {\nlist-style: none;\n}\n\n.tabContents li.listLink {\n margin-left: .75em;\n}\n\n#displayArea {\nmargin-left: 18em;\nmargin-right: 3em;\n}\n.toolbar {\ntext-align: right;\nfont-size: .9em;\nvisibility: hidden;\n}\n\n.selected .toolbar {\nvisibility: visible;\n}\n\n.tiddler {\npadding: 1em 1em 0em 1em;\n}\n\n.missing .viewer,.missing .title {\nfont-style: italic;\n}\n\n.title {\nfont-size: 1.6em;\nfont-weight: bold;\npadding-left: 2px;\n}\n\n.missing .subtitle {\n display: none;\n}\n\n.subtitle {\nfont-size: 1.1em;\npadding-left: 2px;\n}\n\n.tiddler .button {\npadding: 0.2em 0.4em;\n}\n\n.tagging {\nmargin: 0.5em 0.5em 0.5em 0;\nfloat: right;\ndisplay: none;\n}\n\n.isTag .tagging {\ndisplay: block;\n}\n\n.tagged {\nmargin: 0.5em;\n}\n\n.tagging, .tagged {\nfont-size: 0.9em;\npadding: 0.25em;\n}\n\n.tagging ul, .tagged ul {\nlist-style: none;margin: 0.25em;\npadding: 0;\n}\n\n.tagClear {\nclear: both;\n}\n\n.footer {\nfont-size: .9em;\n}\n\n.footer li {\ndisplay: inline;\n}\n\n* html .viewer pre {\nwidth: 99%;\npadding: 0 0 1em 0;\n}\n\n.viewer {\nline-height: 1.4em;\npadding-left: 1em;\n}\n\n.viewer .button {\nmargin: 0em 0.25em;\npadding: 0em 0.25em;\n}\n\n.viewer blockquote {\nline-height: 1.5em;\npadding-left: 0.8em;\nmargin-left: 2.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer ul, .viewer ol{\nmargin-left: 0.5em;\npadding-left: 1.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer li {\nmargin-top: 0.8em;\n}\n\n.viewer table {\nborder-collapse: collapse;\nmargin: 0.5em 0.5em;\n}\n\n.viewer th, .viewer td, .viewer tr,.viewer caption{\nvertical-align: top;\npadding: 1px;\n}\n\n.viewer table.listView {\nfont-size: 0.85em;\nmargin: 0.8em 1.0em;\n}\n\n.viewer table.listView th, .viewer table.listView td, .viewer table.listView tr {\npadding: 0px 2px 0px 2px;\n}\n\n.viewer pre {\npadding: 0.5em;\nmargin-left: 0.5em;\nfont-size: 1.2em;\nline-height: 1.4em;\noverflow: auto;\n}\n\n.viewer code {\nfont-size: 90%;\n}\n\n.editor {\nfont-size: 1.1em;\n}\n\n.editor input, .editor textarea {\ndisplay: block;\nwidth: 100%;\nfont: inherit;\n}\n\n.editorFooter {\npadding: 0.25em 0em;\nfont-size: .9em;\n}\n\n.editorFooter .button {\npadding-top: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px;}\n\n.fieldsetFix {border: 0;\npadding: 0;\nmargin: 1px 0px 1px 0px;\n}\n\n.sparkline {\nline-height: 1em;\n}\n\n.sparktick {\noutline: 0;\n}\n\n.zoomer {\nfont-size: 1.1em;\nposition: absolute;\npadding: 1em;\n}\n\n.cascade {\nfont-size: 1.1em;\nposition: absolute;\noverflow: hidden;\n}\n/*}}}*/\n
\n''Summary Report of the Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders''\n\n//Casswell, Tim; Pollard, Robert. Editors, Parliament of the World's Religions//\nSeptember, 1993. Chicago, IL.\n\nCompilation of a Summary Report based on the meetings of the Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders, based on multi-level classification scheme for comments, observations and recommendations of participants, as recorded by members of the Facilitation Team.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/your-voice/asrl.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[One World Now]]\n*[[Parliament of World Religions]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[ASSEMBLY]] - Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders at the Parliament of World Religions
\n''Sustainable Energy - Energy After Rio''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Web developer, Energy and Atmosphere Program, Sustainable Energy and Environment Division, United Nations Development Programme//\nAugust, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nOnline publication of major UNDP policy documents on sustainable energy, including Energy After Rio: Prospects and Challenges, the UNDP Initiative on Sustainable Energy, and Energy as an Instrument for Socio-Economic Policy.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
\n''Swords into Plowshares: Peace Park at the UN''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nA slide show of photographs that focus on the Ralph Bunch Peace Park opposite the entrance to the UN Secretariat - beginning with the "Isaiah Wall" with the verse" "They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation shall not lift up sword against nations; neither shall they study war any more."\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/peace-park/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
''The Team of Participants and Supporters in Da Zi Bao at Rio''\n\nThe Team of Participants and Supporters in Da Zi Bao at Rio
''Family names and addresses, in relatively obsolete format''\n\nFamily names and addresses, in relatively obsolete format
''Time''\n\nTime
''Times''\n\nA small database with time zones by state and province for U.S.A. and Canada,
''Travel''\n\nSimple database with record of travel between May 1990 and May 1 1993. Developed further in 2005 with compilation of additional data, refinement of panels and report generated with wiki codes.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
''Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.''\n\nFull text searchable database of all the Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Rio Declaration, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, Forest Principles, Alternative Treaties and Women's Action Agenda 21. TREATIES was used to generate the first version of Agenda 21 to be published in HTML format on the World Wide Web, in June 1995.\n\nBased on recent revisions, TREATIES is able to generate an interlinked set of web pages with the identification of all the occurrences in Agenda 21 and the Rio Declaration of selected words and phrases - presently for up to three words or phrases.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[Earth Summit Follow-up]]\n*[[Ideas for Tomorrow Today]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 2]]\n*[[World Summit on Sustainable Development, PrepCom 3]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[Inner Gardens]]\n''Related Documents & Publications''\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 1. Preamble]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 10. Integrated Approach to the Planning and Management of Land Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 11. Combating Deforestation]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 12. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Combating Desertification and Drought]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 13. Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Sustainable Mountain Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 14. Promoting Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 15. Conservation of Biological Diversity]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 16. Environmentally Sound Management of Biotechnology]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 17. Protection of the Oceans, All Kinds of Seas, including Enclosed and Semi-enclosed Seas, and Coastal Areas and the Protection, Rational Use and Development of their Living Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 18. Protection of the Quality and Supply of Freshwater Resources: Application of Integrated Approaches to the Development, Management and Use of Water Resources]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 19. Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic Chemicals, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Toxic and Dangerous Products]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 2. International Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Development in Developing Countries and Related Domestic Policies]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 20. Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes, Including Prevention of Illegal International Traffic in Hazardous Wastes]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 21. Environmentally Sound Management of Solid Wastes and Sewage-related Issues]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 22. Safe and Environmentally Sound Management of Radioactive Wastes]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 23. Preamble: Strengthening The Role Of Major Groups]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 24. Global Action for Women Towards Sustainable and Equitable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 25. Children and Youth in Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 26. Recognizing and Strengthening the Role of Indigenous People and their Communities]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 27. Strengthening the Role of Non-governmental Organizations: Partners for Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 28. Local Authorities' Initiatives in Support of Agenda 21]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 29. Strengthening the Role of Workers and their Trade Unions]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 3. Combating Poverty]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 30. Strengthening the Role of Business and Industry]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 31. Scientific and Technological Community]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 32. Strengthening the Role of Farmers]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 33. Financial Resources and Mechanisms]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 34. Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technology, Cooperation and Capacity-building]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 35. Science for Sustainable Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 36. Promoting Education, Public Awareness and Training]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 37. National Mechanisms and International Cooperation for Capacity-building in Developing Countries]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 38. International Institutional Arrangements]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 39. International Legal Instruments and Mechanisms]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 4. Changing Consumption Patterns]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 40. Information for Decision-making]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 5. Demographic Dynamics and Sustainability]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 6. Protecting and Promoting Human Health]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 7. Promoting Sustainable Human Settlement Development]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 8. Integrating Environment and Development in Decision-Making]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21, Chapter 9. Protection of the Atmosphere]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Agenda 21]]. United Nations Conference on Environment and Development\n*[[Alternative Treaties: Synergistic Processes for Sustainable Communities and Global Responsibility]]\n*[[The Rio Agreements: A Full Text Database]]\n*[[Agenda 21, Other UNCED Agreements and the NGO Alternative Treaties]]\n*[[Access, Participate and Participation in Agenda 21]]\n*[[Information, Data and Communication in Agenda 21]]\n*[[Educate, Education and Aware in Agenda 21]]
''Tribal Link Foundation''\n\nContact database for Tribal Link Foundation.
''Truth For a Change''\n\nEngine for Truth For a Change and a prototype digital engine for a grassroots independent media network committed to the vision of a peaceful revolution and the restoration of government of the people, for the people, by the people; to the vigorous expression of freedom of expression and freedom of the press; and to participation in the global movement that is building an alternative to the dominance of corporate-controlled media that effectively censors the reporting of dissident perspectives - particularly of perspectives that challenge and expose the domination of U.S. policy by corporate, oil and military interests,\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Truth for A Change]]
/***\n| Name:|''tagAdder''|\n| Created by:|SaqImtiaz|\n| Location:|http://lewcid.googlepages.com/lewcid.html|\n| Version:|0.61 (07 Apr-2006)|\n| Requires:|~TW2.07|\n!About\n*provides a drop down list for toggling tags \n*you can specify which tags to list, and have multiple drop downs with different tag lists.\n\n!Demonstration\n<<tagAdder>>\n{{{<<tagAdder>>}}}\n\n''I recommend using either tagAdder or monkeyTagger, with dropTags and dropTagging in the toolbar:''\n\n\n!Installation:\n*Copy this tiddler to your TW with the systemConfig tag\n* copy the following to your ViewTemplate:\n#either {{{\n<div class='tagged' macro='tagAdder'></div>\n}}} to add to next to the tags macro in the viewer area, or\n#{{{<div class='toolbar' >\n<span style="padding-right:1.75em;" macro='tagAdder'></span>\n<span macro='toolbar -closeTiddler closeOthers +editTiddler permalink references jump'></span></div>}}} to add to the toolbar.\n(adjust padding to taste)\n\n!Usage:\n*by default {{{<<tagAdder>>}}} will display drop down list of all tags, with tags present on the tiddler grouped together.\n*to sort alphabetically (ignoring the [x]), use {{{<<tagAdder 'nogroup'>>}}}\n*to specify what tags to list, use {{{<<tagAdder 'group/nogroup' 'tiddler'>>}}} where tiddler is a tiddler that is tagged with the tags you want to list. (use one of either group or no group, not both!)\nEg: TagDataBase is my tiddler that is tagged with the tags I want to list, so I will use {{{<<tagAdder 'group' 'TagDataBase'>>}}}\n for a list like this: <<tagAdder 'group' 'TagDataBase'>>\n*you can specify a custom label by giving the macro an additional parameter.\nEg: {{{<<tagAdder 'group' 'TagDataBase' 'custom label'>>}}} gives <<tagAdder 'group' 'TagDataBase' 'custom label'>>\n\n!Tips:\n*On the tiddler you want to use as your TagsDataBase, add {{{<<tagAdder>>}}} for a drop down list of all tags, so you can easily toggle tags on it!\n*You can have as many TagDataBases as you like.\n\n!Notes:\n*use css to style to taste\n*tags to be removed are preceded by [x]\n\n!To Do:\n*Combine with features of normal tags drop down list.(drop tag macro)\n*TagsDB manager\n*''add exclude tag feature''\n\n!History\n*07 Apr-2006, version 0.61\n**fixed IE bug with not returning false \n\n!CODE\n***/\n//{{{\n\nconfig.macros.tagAdder= {};\n//config.macros.tagAdder.dropdownchar = (document.all?"▼":"▾"); // the fat one is the only one that works in IE\nconfig.macros.tagAdder.dropdownchar = "▼"; // uncomment previous line and comment this for smaller version in FF\nconfig.macros.tagAdder.handler = function(place,macroName,params,wikifier,paramString,tiddler)\n{\n var arrow=': '+ config.macros.tagAdder.dropdownchar;\n var tAsort = (params[0] && params[0] !='.') ? params[0]: 'group';\n if (params[1]){var tAsource=params[1]};\n if ((tAsource)&&(!store.getTiddler(tAsource)))\n return false;\n var tAlabel= (params[2] && params[2] !='.')? params[2]: 'toggle tags'+arrow;\n var tAtooltip= (params[2] && params[2] !='.')? params[2]: 'toggle tags on this tiddler';\n\n if(tiddler instanceof Tiddler)\n {\n var title = tiddler.title;\n var lingo = config.views.editor.tagChooser;\n \n var ontagclick = function(e) {\n if (!e) var e = window.event;\n var tag = this.getAttribute("tag");\n\n var t=store.getTiddler(title);\n if (!t || !t.tags) return;\n if (t.tags.find(tag)==null)\n {t.tags.push(tag)}\n else\n {t.tags.splice(t.tags.find(tag),1)};\n story.saveTiddler(title);\n story.refreshTiddler(title,null,true);\n return false;\n };\n\n var onclick = function(e) {\n if (!e) var e = window.event;\n var popup = Popup.create(this);\n var t=store.getTiddler(title);\n if (!t) return false;\n var tagsarray = store.getTags();\n var tagsvalue=new Array();\n\n for (var i=0; i<tagsarray.length; i++){\n var thetagonly= (tagsarray[i][0]);\n tagsvalue.push(thetagonly);}\n\n if (tAsource)\n {var sourcetiddler=store.getTiddler(tAsource);\n var tagsvalue=sourcetiddler.tags;\n }\n var tagslabel=new Array();\n var tagssorted=new Array();\n\n for (var i=0;i<tagsvalue.length;i++){\n var temptag=(tagsvalue[i]);\n if (t.tags.find(temptag)==null)\n {var temptagx = '[ ] '+temptag;\n tagslabel.push(temptagx);\n tagssorted.push(temptag);\n }\n else\n {var temptagx ='[x] '+temptag;\n if (tAsort=='group'){\n tagslabel.unshift(temptagx);\n tagssorted.unshift(temptag);}\n else if (tAsort=='nogroup'){\n tagslabel.push(temptagx);\n tagssorted.push(temptag);} }\n ;}\n\n\n if(tagsvalue.length == 0)\n createTiddlyText(createTiddlyElement(popup,"li"),lingo.popupNone);\n for (var t=0; t<tagsvalue.length; t++)\n {\n var theTag = createTiddlyButton(createTiddlyElement(popup,"li"),tagslabel[t],"toggle '"+([tagssorted[t]])+"'",ontagclick);\n theTag.setAttribute("tag",tagssorted[t]);\n }\n Popup.show(popup,false);\n e.cancelBubble = true;\n if (e.stopPropagation) e.stopPropagation();\n return(false);\n };\n //createTiddlyButton(place,tAlabel,tAtooltip,onclick);\nvar createdropperButton = function(place){\nvar sp = createTiddlyElement(place,"span",null,"tagadderbutton");\nvar theDropDownBtn = createTiddlyButton(sp,tAlabel,tAtooltip,onclick);\n};\n\ncreatedropperButton(place);\n}\n};\nsetStylesheet(\n ".toolbar .tagadderbutton { margin-right:0em; border:0px solid #eee; padding:0px; padding-right:0px; padding-left:0px; }\sn"+\n ".tagadderbutton a.button { padding:2px; padding-left:2px; padding-right:2px;}\sn"+\n// ".tagadderbutton {font-size:150%;}\sn"+\n "",\n"TagAdderStyles");\n\n//}}}
\n''Tenant's Affidavit in Support of an Order to Show Cause to Vacate Judgement and to Restore to the Calendar''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Housing Court of Kings//\nMarch, 2001. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nFinal, unsuccessful affidavit - submitted on the newly-designed form for Tenant's Affidavits - that documents clearly violations of Housing Code - the resolution of which was supposed to be a precondition for any payment of rent, presents other detailed arguments in the Tenant's defense, and describes how the newly-designed form would work.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hck/affidavit-4.pdf\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Housing Court of Kings]]
\n''The Amman Affirmation: Education for all: Achieving the goal''\n\n//Mid-Decade Meeting of the International Consultative Forum on Education for All//\nJune, 1996. Amman, Jordan.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/amman-a.htm
\n''The Ark of Hope at the Hudson River Clearwater Revival Festival''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 2002. Croton Park, NY.\n\nA set of nine slide shows, with photos taken in conjunction with the exhibition of the Ark of Hope, the Earth Charter, Temenos Books and the light and Colour Cubes during the 2002 Great Hudson River Clearwater Festival at Croton Park, in New York, on the banks of the Hudson River. series are titled: The Ark of Hope at Clearwater, Light and Colour Cubes, Around and About the Booth, Fair Grounds - Fair People, Green Energy, Water Views, Trees and Skies, Shore Lines and Closing Skies.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/clearwater/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light
\n''The Atlantic Charter''\n\n//Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston S. Churchill//\nAugust, 1941. Argentia Harbour, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/atl-char.htm
\n''The Beacon''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, Baltimore Environmental Center//\nJanuary, 1980. Baltimore, MD.\n\nMonthly Newsletter of the Baltimore Environmental Center. Maintenance of a database - BEC - of members and subscribers.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore Environmental Center]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[BEC]] - Baltimore Environmental Center
\n''The Cape Town Declaration''\n\n//Ministers in Charge of Water Resources, Urban Development, Community Development and the Environment of the Africa Region//\nDecember, 1997. Cape Town, South Africa.\n\nDeclaration from the Ministerial Roundtable - held in Capetown, South Africa - on integrated approach to urban water resources management taking cognizance of the links between water, sanitation and health, between economy and the environment, and between urban and rural areas.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/capetown.htm
\n''The Commission on Sustainable Development & The World Summit on Social Development Gophers''\n\n//Information Support Unit, Pollard, Robert, Editor, Department of Policy Cooordination and Sustainable Development//\nOctober, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nThe initial online compilation of all available official documents from the first two Sessions of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development - and an extensive set of documents submitted by Governments, Intergovernmental Organizations and NGO Networks - and for the World Summit on Social Development. The site included a guide on the use of the gopher and a comprehensive listing of the available documents.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development preparations]]\n*[[United Nations Department for Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 2]]\n*[[World Summit for Social Development PrepCom 3]]\n*[[3rd Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''The Digital Date Clock as a Universal Date Format''. y2k\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nProposes the adoption of the digital date clock as a universal format for recording dates - using yyyy.mm.dd - eg 1998.12.20 - format that eliminates ambiguity and cultural variation in recording dates, uses characters compatible with prevailing standards for file names, exhibits the properties of an ordinal number and as a result promotes orderliness, and is not only fully year 2000 compliant but can also be used as a public awareness learning mechanism in preparing for the millennium bug / crisis / bomb - Y2K.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Year 2000 Crisis]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DATES]] - Day of the week
\n''The Dublin Statement on Water and Sustainable Development''\n\n//International Conference on Water and the Environment//\nJanuary, 1992. Dublin, Ireland.\n\nfrom the International Conference on Water and the Environment (ICWE) in Dublin, Ireland, 1992.01.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/h2o-dub.htm
\n''The Evolving Knowledge-Based Global Economy''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nAn outline of background and context relating to consideration of the Ministerial Declaration of the high-level segment of ECOSOC on "Development and international cooperation in the twenty-first century: the role of information technology in the context of a knowledge-based global economy" submitted by Information Habitat at the meeting of the High-Level Panel of Experts at the United Nations in preparation for the High-level segment of ECOSOC.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/ekgbe.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[High-level Panel of Experts on Information and Communication Technology]]
\n''The First Step''\n\n//Huang-ti, The Yellow Emperor//\nJune, 1994. , China.\n\n"To have no thought and put forth no effort is the first step towards understanding the tao ..." From the ''Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine'', //circa// 300 B.C.E.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/first/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
\n''The Habitat Agenda''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\n\nPublication and dissemination - via e-mail, web site and on diskette - of the Habitat Agenda in English, French and Spanish. The Habitat Agenda was published on the World Wide Web and via electronic mailing lists on the same day the document was approved.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/hab-ag.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[Habitat II Online Partnership Plan of Action]]\n*[[Habitat II]]
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter I - Preamble''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-1.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter II - Goals and Principles''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-2.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter III - Commitments''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-3.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV - Global Plan of Action''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV: B. Adequate shelter for all''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4b.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV: C. Sustainable human settlements development in an urbanizing world''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4c.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV: D. Capacity-building and institutional development''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4d.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV: E. International cooperation and coordination''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4e.htm
\n''The Habitat Agenda: Chapter IV: F. Implementation and follow-up of the Habitat Agenda''. A/CONF.165/14 Chapter I, Annex II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II)//\nJune, 1996. Istanbul, Turkey.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ha-4f.htm
\n''The Internet: A Powerful Organizing Tool''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nOutline of presentation made at the 1999 DPI / NGO Conference at United Nations Headquarters providing an overview of fundamental properties of the Internet and information and communications technologies and of some of the key power tools for the nuts and bolts of using the Internet for local, national and international organizing.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/ie/dpi-1999.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[52nd Annual DPI/NGO Conference: Challenges of a Globalized World: Finding New Directions]]
\n''The NGO Alternative Treaties and the NGO Treaty Process''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International NGO Forum//\nFebruary, 1994. Ottawa, Canada.\n\nThe official edition of the alternative treaties from the International NGO Forum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil June 1-14 1992, published by the Canadian Council on International Cooperation, and incorporating the text and format as edited and published by International Synergy Institute and Ideas for Tomorrow Today.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International NGO Forum preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]
\n''The Rio Agreements: A Full Text Database''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, International Synergy Institute//\nMarch, 1993. Cowden, United Kingdom.\n\nThe official Rio agreements -- Agenda 21, Climate and Biodiversity Conventions, the Forest Principles and the Rio de Janeiro Declaration -- are combined with the Alternative Treaties from the International NGO Forum and the Women's Action Agenda 21 in a DataPerfect database format with built-in menus that permits easy search and retrieval of all section of these historic agreements that include any specified word or phrase.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[TREATIES]] - Rio Agreements: Agenda 21, Biodiversity & Climate Conventions, etc.
\n''The Vancouver Action Plan''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/van-plan.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''The Vancouver Action Plan. A. Settlement policies and strategies''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-a.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''The Vancouver Action Plan. B. Settlement planning''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-b.htm
\n''The Vancouver Action Plan. C. Shelter, infrastructure and services''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-c.htm
\n''The Vancouver Action Plan. D. Land''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter II\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/vp-d.htm
\n''The Vancouver Declaration on Human Settlements''. A/CONF.70/15 Chapter I\n\n//United Nations Conference on Human Settlements//\nJune, 1976. Vancouver, Canada.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/van-dec.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom''\n\n//Yochai Benkler, Yale University Press//\nJune, 2006. New Haven, CT.\n\nRepublication of the highly-acclaimed book, The Wealth of Networks - released under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Sharealike license - as a set of easy-to-read HTML pages for each chapter, with an accompanying set of paper-friendly PDF files - that make fuller use of the page size than the PDF version of the book, requiring only two-thirds of the number of sheets of paper.\nhttp://www.ngo-education.net/wealth-of-networks\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[The Wealth of Networks WikiNotes]]
<<list all>>
\n''Towards Earth Summit II: Recommendations for Actions and Commitments at Earth Summit II''\n\n//Pollard, Robert. Editor, NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nConsensus document presenting NGO recommendations for Actions and Commitments at Earth Summit II, the five year review of the 1992 [[Earth Summit]] in Rio de Janeiro.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/csdngo/es2ngo.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[Towards Earth Summit II - NGO/CSD Steering Committee]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus, CSD NGO Steering Committee]]\n*[[5th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[19th Special Session of the General Assembly]]
\n''Towards an Agenda for Information''\n\n//Pollard, Robert; Brantley, Ewa, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nA very preliminary draft - in parts in outline format - to initiate a process of dialogue concerning the need for an Agenda for Information, to parallel and complement the Agenda for Peace and the Agenda for Development.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/agenda/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]
\n''Towards good practice in health, environment and safety management - a policy guidance document''. 99\n\n//Conference Secretariat, World Health Organization//\nNovember, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nDraft document for ministers, 1998.11.27, for the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health. Document: EUR/ICP/EHCO 02 03 04/13.
\n''Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies''. A/RES/21/2222 Annex\n\nFirst Committee: Disarmament and International Security Questions\n\nAgenda item: 30\n\nInternational co-operation in the peaceful uses of outer space: Report of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space\n\nAgenda item: 89\n\nConclusion of an international treaty governing the activities of States in the exploration and use of outer space, the Moon and other celestial bodies\n\nAgenda item: 91\n\nTreaty governing the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies\n\n////\nDecember, 1966. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ost.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly during its Twenty-first session, 20 September-20 December 1966'', A/21/6316\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a21-6316.pdf
\n''Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons''\n\n////\nJuly, 1968. London Moscow Washington,.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/npt.htm
\n''Treaty on the Prohibition of the Emplacement of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction on the Sea-bed and the Ocean Floor and in the Subsoil Thereof (Seabed Treaty)''\n\n////\nFebruary, 1971. London Moscow Washington,.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/seabed.htm
\n''Treaty on the Protection of Artistic and Scientific Institutions and Historic Monuments''\n\n//International Conference of American States//\nDecember, 1933. Washington, DC.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/tpasihm.htm
\n''U.S. Citizens' Response to Sustainable Development: A Preliminary Report''\n\n//Pollard, Robert; Stewart, Jim. Production, Global Tomorrow Coalition//\nNovember, 1989. Los Angeles, CA.\n\nAction recommendations of the eight working groups -- organized by sector of society -- that met during the Globescope Pacific Assembly in Los Angeles, November 1989, in US National Public Hearings on the Brundtland Report and in preparation for participation in the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development - the [[Earth Summit]].\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Globescope Pacific Assembly and Global Tomorrow Coalition]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]
''United Nations Meetings and schedules''\n\nUnited Nations Meetings and schedules\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
''Electronic documents for UNCED - the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development''\n\nPrototype designed - but not used - for messages posted to electronic conferences in preparation for the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]
\n''UNCED Beyond Rio?''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit//\nNovember, 1991. Baltimore, MD.\n\nDiscussion of the need for follow up of UNCED developments beyond Rio, including a proposal to extend the UNCED process through the year 2000.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit]]
\n''Una Cultura de Paz''. A/53/243\n\n//Asamblea General des Naciones Unidas//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nDeclaraci�n y Programa de Acci�n sobre una Cultura de Paz.
\n''Une culture de la paix''. A/RES/53/243\n\n//Assembl�e g�n�rale des Nations Unies//\nSeptember, 1999. New York, NY.\n\nD�claration et programme d'action sur une culture de la paix.
\n''United Nations Charter''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\n\nThe Charter of the United Nations, adopted in San Francisco on 24 October, 1945.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/charter.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''United Nations Charter: Table of Contents''\n\n//United Nations Conference on International Organization//\nJune, 1945. San Francisco, CA.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ch-toc.htm
\n''United Nations Convention against Corruption''. A/RES/58/4 Annex\n\nAgenda item: 108\n\nCrime prevention and criminal justice\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 2003. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/uncac.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 58th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 16 September-23 December 2003'', A/58/49 (Vol.I)
\n''United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime''. A/RES/55/25\n\nPlenary\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nNovember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/uncatoc.htm\nApproved: awv\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 55th session. Volume 1, Resolutions, 5 September-23 December 2000'', A/55/49 (Vol.I)
\n''United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change''. A/AC.237/18 (Part II)/Add.1 Annex I\n\n//Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee for a Framework Convention on Climate Change//\nMay, 1992. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/unfccc.htm
\n''United Nations Millennium Development Goals''\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nSeptember, 2000. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/mdg.htm\nPublished in ''55/2. United Nations Millennium Declaration'', A/RES/55/2\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a55r2.htm
\n''United Nations Principles for Older Persons''. A/RES/46/91 Annex\n\nThird Committee: Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Questions\n\nAgenda item 94\n\nSocial development\n\nSub item (a)\n\nQuestions relating to the world social situation, and to youth, ageing, disabled persons and the family\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1991. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/pop.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 46th session. Volume 1, 17 September-20 December 1991'', A/46/49
\n''United Nations Programme of Action for African Economic Recovery and Development 1986-1990''. A/RES/S-13/2 Annex\n\nAgenda item: 6\n\nConsideration of the critical economic situation in Africa to focus, in a comprehensive and integrated manner, on the rehabilitation and medium-term and long-term development problems and challenges facing African countries with a view to promoting and adopting action-oriented and concerted measures\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nJune, 1986. New York, NY.\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 13th special session, 27 May-1 June 1986'', A/S-13/16
\n''United Nations Through the Trees''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nApril, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nA set of photographic slide shows taken from outside and inside the United Nations Garden at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. The first set is of U.N. buildings seen though trees; and some of the sculptures in the garden.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Image Habitat Engine]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations: Report of the Secretary-General''. A/54/546\n\nAgenda item: 34\n\nDialogue among civilizations\n\n//Secretary-General//\nNovember, 1999. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/a54-546.htm
\n''Uniting for Peace''\n\n//Uniting for Peace Coalition//\nMarch, 2003. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site for the Uniting for Peace Coalition, with compilation of United Nations documents and resolutions relating to the Geneva Conventions, the Nurnberg Tribunal and the Uniting for Peace Resolution 377 (V), contact information for Permanent Missions to the UN, reports and analysis of the pending U.S. invasion of Iraq, and an Petition on an Emergency United Nations Resolution on Iraq.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Uniting for Peace Coalition]]
\n''Unity With Nature Resource Packet''\n\n//Elkinton, Steven; Pollard, Robert, Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Unity With Nature//\nAugust, 1988. Baltimore, MD.\n\nA compilation of resources, including an extensive bibliography, on spiritual aspects of our relationship with nature.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends]]
\n''Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity''\n\n//General Conference, United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 2001. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/udcd.htm
\n''Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights''\n\n//United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization//\nNovember, 1997. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/udhghr.htm
\n''Utilization of information and communication technology in support of broad-based participation and access to information''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, International Synergy Institute//\nMay, 1995. New York, NY.\n\nStatement submitted by the International Synergy Institute at the Second Meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultations with Non-Governmental Organizations. Recommendations for the systematic application of information and communication technology in support of arrangements for broader and more timely access to UN documents and for consultation with non-governmental organizations.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/interven/oewg9505.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]\n*[[Open-Ended Working Group on the Review of Arrangements for Consultation with Non-Government Organizations]]
\n''V. International and Regional Co-operation''. A/CONF.116/28/Rev.1 Chapter I. Section V\n\n//World Conference to review and appraise the achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace//\nJuly, 1985. Nairobi, Kenya.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/nfl-5.htm
''Volunteers and team members for Da Zi Bao at Rio''\n\nVolunteers, including active team members for Da Zi Bao at Rio\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[Project Information Habitat]]
\n''Vertical Faces of the Peace Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nSeptember, 2000. New York, NY.\n\nA set of twenty-four of the forty-eight diagonal faces of the cubes - the twelve in which either black is at bottom or top, or where white is at the top or bottom. Click on any images that gets your attention - when you see it at the center, its negative is in the lower right.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/faces-vertical/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action''. A/CONF.157/23 Part I\n\n//World Conference on Human Rights//\nJune, 1993. Vienna, Austria.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/ac157-23.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
<!--{{{-->\n<div class='toolbar'>\n<span macro='toolbar -closeTiddler closeOthers +editTiddler fullscreen permalink references jump'></span>\n<span style="padding-right:1.75em;" macro='tagAdder'></span>\n</div>\n<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>\n<div class='subtitle'><span macro='view modifier link'></span>, <span macro='view modified date [[DD MMM YYYY]]'></span> (<span macro='message views.wikified.createdPrompt'></span> <span macro='view created date [[DD MMM YYYY]]'></span>)</div>\n<div class='tagging' macro='tagging'></div>\n<div class='tagged' macro='tags'></div>\n<div class='viewer' macro='view text wikified'></div>\n<div class='tagClear'></div>\n<!--}}}-->
\n''Village Meetings on the Internet: Theory and Practice of Information Ecology''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 1997. Vienna, Austria.\n\nConference presentation on the use of Internet Relay Chat as a simple, accessible and viable methodology for holding online "village meetings".\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Global Village Symposium]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Virtual Light & Colour Cubes''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nNovember, 1996. New York, NY.\n\nThe virtual light & color cubes are virtual structures in the form of cubes with dimensions of red, green and blue, within which the colour at any point is equal to the sum of the point's red, green and blue coordinates. The pair of cubes - mirror images and photographic negatives of each other - embody fundamental properties of light and colour, and demonstrate the additive and subtractive primary colours.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/cube/index.html\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Elements of Light and Colour - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[LIGHT]] - Let there be Light\n*[[COLOURS]] - Light & Colour Cube Engine
\n''Virtual Light & Colour Cubes - Properties of Light, Gifts of Nature, Catalysts of Peace''. cop\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJuly, 1998. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nCompelling visual introduction to the Virtual Light and Colour Cubes. Provides a brief visual overview of the principal characteristics of the Virtual Light and Colour Cubes / Peace Cubes\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Habitat II Preparations]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
''Waverly Family Center''\n\nDatabase for contact information and participation records for participants in the Waverly Family Center. The database was one of a set of databases created for each of the newly-established Family Centers.\n\n''Related Projects''\n*[[801 Homestead Street]]\n*[[Waverly Family Center]]
''Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth''\n\nDatabase designed and developed to enable the publication of
''World Summit for Social Development''\n\nNGO participants in the Preparatory Committee meetings for the World Social on Social Development
\n''Water Resource Protection: Government and Civil Society Necessary Next Steps''. h2o\n\n//Billman-Golemme, Lyn. Facilitator, UN CSD Freshwater Caucus//\nJanuary, 1998. Westborough, MA.\n\nPrepared for Water and Sustainable Development International Conference, Paris 1998.03
\n''Water, Light and Colour Cubes, and Learning Sustainability''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMay, 2000. ,.
\n''Weaving the Threads of the NGO Process: Paris - New York- Rio de Janeiro - Beyond''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, On The Line: Interactive Preparations for the First Earth Summit//\nNovember, 1991. Baltimore, MD.\n\nDiscussion of ways to strengthen the continuity of the NGO preparatory process for UNCED, and of ways to bridge the gap between intergovernmental and NGO events in Rio.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]
\n''Welcome to DataPerfect Digital Engines''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 2004. New York, NY.\n\nA brief introduction and overview of DataPerfect Digital Engines with a brief history of their development, and brief descriptions - with links - to some web sites that have been generated by DataPerfect Digital Engines.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]
\n''Whitehaven-and-Whitgift.net''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Whitehaven and Whitgift//\nJune, 2000. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nWhitehaven-and-Whitgift.net is the home base of a large family of Internet domains - from gaia-university.net to gifts-of-light.net, digital-bridges.net, millennium-forum.net, housing-court-of-kings.net to maine-ecology.net and more. [under construction]\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]
\n''Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations In Service to the Earth''\n\n//Keller, Hans J., Visionlink Educational Foundation//\nMay, 1991. Waynesville, NC.\n\nCross-referenced, indexed database-generated directory of people, projects and organizations in service to the Earth.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]\n*[[Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth]]\n*[[DataPerfect Digital Engines - an Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[WHOISWHO]] - Who Is Who: People, Projects and Organizations in Service to the Earth
\n''Whole Earth Partnership, Informatics and Participation''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nJune, 1997. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site with a listing and description of the electronic mailing list networks - Habitat Partners networks, Habitat Peace Caucus, the Huairou Commission, NGO Committees on Social Development, Sustainable Development, Human Settlements, Ad Hoc Working Group on the MAI, and Year 2000 list.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wepip/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[H2O Partners]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[NGOS@UN]] - ngos@un - ~Non-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations\n*[[INFOHAB]] - Information Habitat: Where Information Lives
\n''Women Engaging The UN Online: WEDO's Electronic Communications in Action''\n\n//O'Leary, Barbara Ann; Pollard, Robert. Editors, Women's Environment and Development Organization//\nNovember, 1994. New York, NY.\n\nA guide to the Internet gopher of the Women's Environment and Development Organization, including a table of contents of the available documents - including reports of WEDO's activities at the global, regional, national, and local levels - and information on how to access the documents.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Women's Environment & Development Organization (WEDO)]]
\n''Workshop on Environmental Computer Networks: Report on the Proceedings''\n\n//Puliatti, Enzo; Pollard, Robert, United Nations Development Programme//\nJuly, 1990. New York, NY.\n\nWorkshop discussion and recommendations focussed on strategies for increasing access to electronic communications in developing countries, including analysis of needs and the availability of existing resources.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Earthcare Interfaith Network]]\n*[[Earth Summit / UNCED Preparations]]
\n''World Charter for Nature''. A/RES/37/7 Annex\n\nPlenary\n\nAgenda item: 21\n\nConsideration and adoption of the World Charter for Nature: report of the Secretary-General\n\n//Consideration and adoption of the revised World Charter for Nature: report of the Secretary-General, United Nations General Assembly//\nOctober, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wcn.htm\nPublished in ''Resolutions and decisions adopted by the General Assembly during its 37th session, 21 September-21 December 1982 and 10-13 May 1983'', A/37/51
\n''World Declaration on Education For All: Meeting Basic Learning Needs''\n\n//World Conference on Education for All//\nMarch, 1990. Jomtien, Thailand.\n\nWorld Declaration on Education For All: Meeting Basic Learning Needs\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/jomtien.htm
\n''World Declaration on Higher Education for the Twenty-First Century: Vision and Action''\n\n//World Conference on Higher Education//\nOctober, 1999. Paris, France.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wdhe21c.htm
\n''World Declaration on the Survival, Protection and Development of Children''\n\n//World Summit for Children//\nSeptember, 1990. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wsc-dec.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Earth Stewardship Cooperation Circles]]
\n''World Food Summit Plan of Action''. WFS 96/REP Part One\n\n//World Food Summit//\nNovember, 1996. Rome, Italy.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wfs-poa.htm
\n''World Plan of Action for Education on Human Rights and Democracy''\n\n//International Congress on Education for Human Rights and Democracy//\nMarch, 1993. Montr�al, Canada.\n\nThe World Plan of Action for Education on Human Rights and Democracy was adopted by the International Congress on Education for Human Rights and Democracy which was convened in Montreal (Canada) from 8 to 11 March 1993, by UNESCO and the United Nations Centre for Human Rights, in collaboration with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wpa-ehrd.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Mid-Decade Report on a Culture of Peace]]
\n''World Programme of Action concerning Disabled Persons''\n\n//United Nations General Assembly//\nDecember, 1982. New York, NY.\nhttp://www.un-documents.net/wpacdp.htm
\n''Y2K Countdown Digital Date Clock''. y2k\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nPresentation of the basis for the use of the Digital Date Clock - with yyyy.mm.dd format - as the ideal solution for a universal format for recording dates of transactions. pdf file from an HTML page.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[NGO Steering Committee to the UN Commission on Sustainable Development]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Human Settlements]]\n*[[Information Ecology Caucus, CSD NGO Steering Committee]]\n*[[NGO Committee on Social Development]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Year 2000 Crisis]]\n*[[Whitehaven and Whitgift]]\n*[[Elements of Information Ecology - An Open Source Curriculum]]\n\n''Related databases''\n*[[DATES]] - Day of the week
\n''Y2K Three States Network''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Y2k Three States Network//\nSeptember, 1998. New York, NY.\n\nWeb site for the Y2K Three States Network of representatives of public agencies and managers of public utilities and transportation networks concerned with computer-date-related Year 2000 preparations in the New York City tri-state area - New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes]]\n*[[Ad Hoc Working Group on the Year 2000 Crisis]]
\n''Your Voice''\n\n//McLaren, Nadia; Pollard, Robert, Editors, Parliament of the World's Religions//\nAugust, 1993. Chicago, IL.\n\nTwelve issues of Your Voice -- an interactive bulletin based on the Da Zi Bao model -- were published during the 1993 Parliament of World Religions. Three of the issues were dedicated to the proceedings of a "Parliament of the People" and one issue was a report based on the meetings of the Assembly of Religious and Spiritual Leaders.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/your-voice/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao: An Interactive Exchange Process]]\n*[[International Synergy Institute]]\n*[[Da Zi Bao at Rio]]\n*[[One World Now]]\n*[[Your Voice]]\n*[[Information Ecology Curriculum]]
/***\n|''Name:''|YourSearchPlugin|\n|''Version:''|2.1.0 (2006-10-12)|\n|''Source:''|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#YourSearchPlugin ([[del.icio.us|http://del.icio.us/post?url=http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/index.html%23YourSearchPlugin]])|\n|''Author:''|UdoBorkowski (ub [at] abego-software [dot] de)|\n|''Licence:''|[[BSD open source license (abego Software)|http://www.abego-software.de/legal/apl-v10.html]]|\n|''Copyright:''|&copy; 2005-2006 [[abego Software|http://www.abego-software.de]]|\n|''~CoreVersion:''|2.1.0|\n|''Browser:''|Firefox 1.0.4+; Firefox 1.5; ~InternetExplorer 6.0|\n!About YourSearch\nYourSearch gives you a bunch of new features to simplify and speed up your daily searches in TiddlyWiki. It seamlessly integrates into the standard TiddlyWiki search: just start typing into the 'search' field and explore!\n\nFor more information see [[Help|YourSearch Help]].\n!Compatibility\nThis plugin requires TiddlyWiki 2.1. \nCheck the [[archive|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/archive]] for ~YourSearchPlugins supporting older versions of TiddlyWiki.\n!Source Code\n***/\n/***\nThis plugin's source code is compressed (and hidden). Use this [[link|http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/archive/YourSearchPlugin/Plugin-YourSearch-src.2.1.0.js]] to get the readable source code.\n***/\n///%\nif(!version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin){version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin={major:2,minor:1,revision:0,source:"http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#YourSearchPlugin",licence:"[[BSD open source license (abego Software)|http://www.abego-software.de/legal/apl-v10.html]]",copyright:"Copyright (c) abego Software GmbH, 2005-2006 (www.abego-software.de)"};if(!window.abego){window.abego={};}if(!Array.forEach){Array.forEach=function(_1,_2,_3){for(var i=0,len=_1.length;i<len;i++){_2.call(_3,_1[i],i,_1);}};Array.prototype.forEach=function(_5,_6){for(var i=0,len=this.length;i<len;i++){_5.call(_6,this[i],i,this);}};}abego.toInt=function(s,_9){if(!s){return _9;}var n=parseInt(s);return (n==NaN)?_9:n;};abego.createEllipsis=function(_b){var e=createTiddlyElement(_b,"span");e.innerHTML="&hellip;";};abego.shallowCopy=function(_d){if(!_d){return _d;}var _e={};for(var n in _d){_e[n]=_d[n];}return _e;};abego.copyOptions=function(_10){return !_10?{}:abego.shallowCopy(_10);};abego.countStrings=function(_11,s){if(!s){return 0;}var len=s.length;var n=0;var _15=0;while(1){var i=_11.indexOf(s,_15);if(i<0){return n;}n++;_15=i+len;}return n;};abego.getBracedText=function(_17,_18,_19){if(!_18){_18=0;}var re=/\s{([^\s}]*)\s}/gm;re.lastIndex=_18;var m=re.exec(_17);if(m){var s=m[1];var _1d=abego.countStrings(s,"{");if(!_1d){if(_19){_19.lastIndex=re.lastIndex;}return s;}var len=_17.length;for(var i=re.lastIndex;i<len&&_1d;i++){var c=_17.charAt(i);if(c=="{"){_1d++;}else{if(c=="}"){_1d--;}}}if(!_1d){if(_19){_19.lastIndex=i-1;}return _17.substring(m.index+1,i-1);}}};abego.select=function(_21,_22,_23,_24){if(!_24){_24=[];}_21.forEach(function(t){if(_22.call(_23,t)){_24.push(t);}});return _24;};abego.TiddlerFilterTerm=function(_26,_27){if(!_27){_27={};}var _28=_26;if(!_27.textIsRegExp){_28=_26.escapeRegExp();if(_27.fullWordMatch){_28="\s\sb"+_28+"\s\sb";}}var _29=new RegExp(_28,"m"+(_27.caseSensitive?"":"i"));this.tester=new abego.MultiFieldRegExpTester(_29,_27.fields,_27.withExtendedFields);};abego.TiddlerFilterTerm.prototype.test=function(_2a){return this.tester.test(_2a);};abego.parseNewTiddlerCommandLine=function(s){var m=/(.*?)\s.(?:\ss+|$)([^#]*)(#.*)?/.exec(s);if(!m){m=/([^#]*)()(#.*)?/.exec(s);}if(m){var r;if(m[3]){var s2=m[3].replace(/#/g,"");r=s2.parseParams("tag");}else{r=[[]];}var _2f=m[2]?m[2].trim():"";r.push({name:"text",value:_2f});r[0].text=[_2f];return {title:m[1].trim(),params:r};}else{return {title:s.trim(),params:[[]]};}};abego.parseTiddlerFilterTerm=function(_30,_31,_32){var re=/\ss*(?:(?:\s{([^\s}]*)\s})|(?:(=)|([#%!])|(?:(\sw+)\ss*\s:(?!\s/\s/))|(?:(?:("(?:(?:\s\s")|[^"])+")|(?:\s/((?:(?:\s\s\s/)|[^\s/])+)\s/)|(\sw+\s:\s/\s/[^\ss]+)|([^\ss\s)\s-\s"]+)))))/mg;var _34={"!":"title","%":"text","#":"tags"};var _35={};var _36;re.lastIndex=_31;while(1){var i=re.lastIndex;var m=re.exec(_30);if(!m||m.index!=i){throw "Word or String literal expected";}if(m[1]){var _39={};var _3a=abego.getBracedText(_30,0,_39);if(!_3a){throw "Invalid {...} syntax";}var f=Function("tiddler","return ("+_3a+");");return {func:f,lastIndex:_39.lastIndex,markRE:null};}if(m[2]){_36=true;}else{if(m[3]){_35[_34[m[3]]]=1;}else{if(m[4]){_35[m[4]]=1;}else{var _3c=m[6];var _3d=m[5]?window.eval(m[5]):m[6]?m[6]:m[7]?m[7]:m[8];var _32=abego.copyOptions(_32);_32.fullWordMatch=_36;_32.textIsRegExp=_3c;var _3e=[];for(var n in _35){_3e.push(n);}if(_3e.length==0){_32.fields=_32.defaultFields;}else{_32.fields=_3e;_32.withExtendedFields=false;}var _40=new abego.TiddlerFilterTerm(_3d,_32);var _41=_3c?_3d:_3d.escapeRegExp();if(_41&&_36){_41="\s\sb"+_41+"\s\sb";}return {func:function(_42){return _40.test(_42);},lastIndex:re.lastIndex,markRE:_41?"(?:"+_41+")":null};}}}}};abego.BoolExp=function(s,_44,_45){this.s=s;var _46=_45&&_45.defaultOperationIs_OR;var _47=/\ss*(?:(\s-|not)|(\s())/gi;var _48=/\ss*\s)/g;var _49=/\ss*(?:(and|\s&\s&)|(or|\s|\s|))/gi;var _4a=/\ss*[^\s)\ss]/g;var _4b=/\ss*(\s-|not)?(\ss*\s()?/gi;var _4c=function(_4d){_4b.lastIndex=_4d;var m=_4b.exec(s);var _4f;var _50;if(m&&m.index==_4d){_4d=_4b.lastIndex;_4f=m[1];if(m[2]){var e=parseBoolExpression(_4d);_48.lastIndex=e.lastIndex;if(!_48.exec(s)){throw "Missing ')'";}_50={func:e.func,lastIndex:_48.lastIndex};}}if(!_50){_50=_44(s,_4d,_45);}if(_4f){_50.func=(function(f){return function(_53){return !f(_53);};})(_50.func);_50.markRE=null;}return _50;};var _54=function(_55){var _56=_4c(_55);while(1){var l=_56.lastIndex;_49.lastIndex=l;var m=_49.exec(s);var _59;var _5a;if(m&&m.index==l){_59=!m[1];_5a=_4c(_49.lastIndex);}else{try{_5a=_4c(l);}catch(e){return _56;}_59=_46;}_56.func=(function(_5b,_5c,_5d){return _5d?function(_5e){return _5b(_5e)||_5c(_5e);}:function(_5f){return _5b(_5f)&&_5c(_5f);};})(_56.func,_5a.func,_59);_56.lastIndex=_5a.lastIndex;if(!_56.markRE){_56.markRE=_5a.markRE;}else{if(_5a.markRE){_56.markRE=_56.markRE+"|"+_5a.markRE;}}}};var _60=_54(0);this.evalFunc=_60.func;if(_60.markRE){this.markRegExp=new RegExp(_60.markRE,_45.caseSensitive?"mg":"img");}};abego.BoolExp.prototype.exec=function(){return this.evalFunc.apply(this,arguments);};abego.BoolExp.prototype.getMarkRegExp=function(){return this.markRegExp;};abego.BoolExp.prototype.toString=function(){return this.s;};abego.MultiFieldRegExpTester=function(re,_62,_63){this.re=re;this.fields=_62?_62:["title","text","tags"];this.withExtendedFields=_63;};abego.MultiFieldRegExpTester.prototype.test=function(_64){var re=this.re;for(var i=0;i<this.fields.length;i++){var s=store.getValue(_64,this.fields[i]);if(typeof s=="string"&&re.test(s)){return this.fields[i];}}if(this.withExtendedFields){return store.forEachField(_64,function(_68,_69,_6a){return typeof _6a=="string"&&re.test(_6a)?_69:null;},true);}return null;};abego.TiddlerQuery=function(_6b,_6c,_6d,_6e,_6f){if(_6d){this.regExp=new RegExp(_6b,_6c?"mg":"img");this.tester=new abego.MultiFieldRegExpTester(this.regExp,_6e,_6f);}else{this.expr=new abego.BoolExp(_6b,abego.parseTiddlerFilterTerm,{defaultFields:_6e,caseSensitive:_6c,withExtendedFields:_6f});}this.getQueryText=function(){return _6b;};this.getUseRegExp=function(){return _6d;};this.getCaseSensitive=function(){return _6c;};this.getDefaultFields=function(){return _6e;};this.getWithExtendedFields=function(){return _6f;};};abego.TiddlerQuery.prototype.test=function(_70){if(!_70){return false;}if(this.regExp){return this.tester.test(_70);}return this.expr.exec(_70);};abego.TiddlerQuery.prototype.filter=function(_71){return abego.select(_71,this.test,this);};abego.TiddlerQuery.prototype.getMarkRegExp=function(){if(this.regExp){return "".search(this.regExp)>=0?null:this.regExp;}return this.expr.getMarkRegExp();};abego.TiddlerQuery.prototype.toString=function(){return (this.regExp?this.regExp:this.expr).toString();};abego.PageWiseRenderer=function(){this.firstIndexOnPage=0;};merge(abego.PageWiseRenderer.prototype,{setItems:function(_72){this.items=_72;this.setFirstIndexOnPage(0);},getMaxPagesInNavigation:function(){return 10;},getItemsCount:function(_73){return this.items?this.items.length:0;},getCurrentPageIndex:function(){return Math.floor(this.firstIndexOnPage/this.getItemsPerPage());},getLastPageIndex:function(){return Math.floor((this.getItemsCount()-1)/this.getItemsPerPage());},setFirstIndexOnPage:function(_74){this.firstIndexOnPage=Math.min(Math.max(0,_74),this.getItemsCount()-1);},getFirstIndexOnPage:function(){this.firstIndexOnPage=Math.floor(this.firstIndexOnPage/this.getItemsPerPage())*this.getItemsPerPage();return this.firstIndexOnPage;},getLastIndexOnPage:function(){return Math.min(this.getFirstIndexOnPage()+this.getItemsPerPage()-1,this.getItemsCount()-1);},onPageChanged:function(_75,_76){},renderPage:function(_77){if(_77.beginRendering){_77.beginRendering(this);}try{if(this.getItemsCount()){var _78=this.getLastIndexOnPage();var _79=-1;for(var i=this.getFirstIndexOnPage();i<=_78;i++){_79++;_77.render(this,this.items[i],i,_79);}}}finally{if(_77.endRendering){_77.endRendering(this);}}},addPageNavigation:function(_7b){if(!this.getItemsCount()){return;}var _7c=this;var _7d=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}var _7f=abego.toInt(this.getAttribute("page"),0);var _80=_7c.getCurrentPageIndex();if(_7f==_80){return;}var _81=_7f*_7c.getItemsPerPage();_7c.setFirstIndexOnPage(_81);_7c.onPageChanged(_7f,_80);};var _82;var _83=this.getCurrentPageIndex();var _84=this.getLastPageIndex();if(_83>0){_82=createTiddlyButton(_7b,"Previous","Go to previous page (Shortcut: Alt-'<')",_7d,"prev");_82.setAttribute("page",(_83-1).toString());_82.setAttribute("accessKey","<");}for(var i=-this.getMaxPagesInNavigation();i<this.getMaxPagesInNavigation();i++){var _86=_83+i;if(_86<0){continue;}if(_86>_84){break;}var _87=(i+_83+1).toString();var _88=_86==_83?"currentPage":"otherPage";_82=createTiddlyButton(_7b,_87,"Go to page %0".format([_87]),_7d,_88);_82.setAttribute("page",(_86).toString());}if(_83<_84){_82=createTiddlyButton(_7b,"Next","Go to next page (Shortcut: Alt-'>')",_7d,"next");_82.setAttribute("page",(_83+1).toString());_82.setAttribute("accessKey",">");}}});abego.LimitedTextRenderer=function(){var _89=40;var _8a=4;var _8b=function(_8c,_8d,_8e){var n=_8c.length;if(n==0){_8c.push({start:_8d,end:_8e});return;}var i=0;for(;i<n;i++){var _91=_8c[i];if(_91.start<=_8e&&_8d<=_91.end){var r;var _93=i+1;for(;_93<n;_93++){r=_8c[_93];if(r.start>_8e||_8d>_91.end){break;}}var _94=_8d;var _95=_8e;for(var j=i;j<_93;j++){r=_8c[j];_94=Math.min(_94,r.start);_95=Math.max(_95,r.end);}_8c.splice(i,_93-i,{start:_94,end:_95});return;}if(_91.start>_8e){break;}}_8c.splice(i,0,{start:_8d,end:_8e});};var _97=function(_98){var _99=0;for(var i=0;i<_98.length;i++){var _9b=_98[i];_99+=_9b.end-_9b.start;}return _99;};var _9c=function(c){return (c>="a"&&c<="z")||(c>="A"&&c<="Z")||c=="_";};var _9e=function(s,_a0){if(!_9c(s[_a0])){return null;}for(var i=_a0-1;i>=0&&_9c(s[i]);i--){}var _a2=i+1;var n=s.length;for(i=_a0+1;i<n&&_9c(s[i]);i++){}return {start:_a2,end:i};};var _a4=function(s,_a6,_a7){var _a8;if(_a7){_a8=_9e(s,_a6);}else{if(_a6<=0){return _a6;}_a8=_9e(s,_a6-1);}if(!_a8){return _a6;}if(_a7){if(_a8.start>=_a6-_8a){return _a8.start;}if(_a8.end<=_a6+_8a){return _a8.end;}}else{if(_a8.end<=_a6+_8a){return _a8.end;}if(_a8.start>=_a6-_8a){return _a8.start;}}return _a6;};var _a9=function(s,_ab){var _ac=[];if(_ab){var _ad=0;var n=s.length;var _af=0;do{_ab.lastIndex=_ad;var _b0=_ab.exec(s);if(_b0){if(_ad<_b0.index){var t=s.substring(_ad,_b0.index);_ac.push({text:t});}_ac.push({text:_b0[0],isMatch:true});_ad=_b0.index+_b0[0].length;}else{_ac.push({text:s.substr(_ad)});break;}}while(true);}else{_ac.push({text:s});}return _ac;};var _b2=function(_b3){var _b4=0;for(var i=0;i<_b3.length;i++){if(_b3[i].isMatch){_b4++;}}return _b4;};var _b6=function(s,_b8,_b9,_ba,_bb){var _bc=Math.max(Math.floor(_bb/(_ba+1)),_89);var _bd=Math.max(_bc-(_b9-_b8),0);var _be=Math.min(Math.floor(_b9+_bd/3),s.length);var _bf=Math.max(_be-_bc,0);_bf=_a4(s,_bf,true);_be=_a4(s,_be,false);return {start:_bf,end:_be};};var _c0=function(_c1,s,_c3){var _c4=[];var _c5=_b2(_c1);var pos=0;for(var i=0;i<_c1.length;i++){var t=_c1[i];var _c9=t.text;if(t.isMatch){var _ca=_b6(s,pos,pos+_c9.length,_c5,_c3);_8b(_c4,_ca.start,_ca.end);}pos+=_c9.length;}return _c4;};var _cb=function(s,_cd,_ce){var _cf=_ce-_97(_cd);while(_cf>0){if(_cd.length==0){_8b(_cd,0,_a4(s,_ce,false));return;}else{var _d0=_cd[0];var _d1;var _d2;if(_d0.start==0){_d1=_d0.end;if(_cd.length>1){_d2=_cd[1].start;}else{_8b(_cd,_d1,_a4(s,_d1+_cf,false));return;}}else{_d1=0;_d2=_d0.start;}var _d3=Math.min(_d2,_d1+_cf);_8b(_cd,_d1,_d3);_cf-=(_d3-_d1);}}};var _d4=function(_d5,s,_d7,_d8,_d9){if(_d8.length==0){return;}var _da=function(_db,s,_dd,_de,_df){var t;var _e1;var pos=0;var i=0;var _e4=0;for(;i<_dd.length;i++){t=_dd[i];_e1=t.text;if(_de<pos+_e1.length){_e4=_de-pos;break;}pos+=_e1.length;}var _e5=_df-_de;for(;i<_dd.length&&_e5>0;i++){t=_dd[i];_e1=t.text.substr(_e4);_e4=0;if(_e1.length>_e5){_e1=_e1.substr(0,_e5);}if(t.isMatch){createTiddlyElement(_db,"span",null,"marked",_e1);}else{createTiddlyText(_db,_e1);}_e5-=_e1.length;}if(_df<s.length){abego.createEllipsis(_db);}};if(_d8[0].start>0){abego.createEllipsis(_d5);}var _e6=_d9;for(var i=0;i<_d8.length&&_e6>0;i++){var _e8=_d8[i];var len=Math.min(_e8.end-_e8.start,_e6);_da(_d5,s,_d7,_e8.start,_e8.start+len);_e6-=len;}};this.render=function(_ea,s,_ec,_ed){if(s.length<_ec){_ec=s.length;}var _ee=_a9(s,_ed);var _ef=_c0(_ee,s,_ec);_cb(s,_ef,_ec);_d4(_ea,s,_ee,_ef,_ec);};};(function(){function alertAndThrow(msg){alert(msg);throw msg;}if(version.major<2||(version.major==2&&version.minor<1)){alertAndThrow("YourSearchPlugin requires TiddlyWiki 2.1 or newer.\sn\snCheck the archive for YourSearch plugins\snsupporting older versions of TiddlyWiki.\sn\snArchive: http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/archive");}abego.YourSearch={};var _f1;var _f2;var _f3=function(_f4){_f1=_f4;};var _f5=function(){return _f1?_f1:[];};var _f6=function(){return _f1?_f1.length:0;};var _f7=4;var _f8=10;var _f9=2;var _fa=function(s,re){var m=s.match(re);return m?m.length:0;};var _fe=function(_ff,_100){var _101=_100.getMarkRegExp();if(!_101){return 1;}var _102=_ff.title.match(_101);var _103=_102?_102.length:0;var _104=_fa(_ff.getTags(),_101);var _105=_102?_102.join("").length:0;var _106=_ff.title.length>0?_105/_ff.title.length:0;var rank=_103*_f7+_104*_f9+_106*_f8+1;return rank;};var _108=function(_109,_10a,_10b,_10c,_10d,_10e){_f2=null;var _10f=_109.reverseLookup("tags",_10e,false);try{var _110=[];if(config.options.chkSearchInTitle){_110.push("title");}if(config.options.chkSearchInText){_110.push("text");}if(config.options.chkSearchInTags){_110.push("tags");}_f2=new abego.TiddlerQuery(_10a,_10b,_10c,_110,config.options.chkSearchExtendedFields);}catch(e){return [];}var _111=_f2.filter(_10f);var _112=abego.YourSearch.getRankFunction();for(var i=0;i<_111.length;i++){var _114=_111[i];var rank=_112(_114,_f2);_114.searchRank=rank;}if(!_10d){_10d="title";}var _116=function(a,b){var _119=a.searchRank-b.searchRank;if(_119==0){if(a[_10d]==b[_10d]){return (0);}else{return (a[_10d]<b[_10d])?-1:+1;}}else{return (_119>0)?-1:+1;}};_111.sort(_116);return _111;};var _11a=80;var _11b=50;var _11c=250;var _11d=50;var _11e=25;var _11f=10;var _120="yourSearchResult";var _121="yourSearchResultItems";var _122;var _123;var _124;var _125;var _126;var _127=function(){if(version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin.styleSheetInited){return;}version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin.styleSheetInited=true;setStylesheet(store.getTiddlerText("YourSearchStyleSheet"),"yourSearch");};var _128=function(){return _123!=null&&_123.parentNode==document.body;};var _129=function(){if(_128()){document.body.removeChild(_123);}};var _12a=function(e){_129();var _12c=this.getAttribute("tiddlyLink");if(_12c){var _12d=this.getAttribute("withHilite");var _12e=highlightHack;if(_12d&&_12d=="true"&&_f2){highlightHack=_f2.getMarkRegExp();}story.displayTiddler(this,_12c);highlightHack=_12e;}return (false);};var _12f=function(){if(!_124){return;}var root=_124;var _131=findPosX(root);var _132=findPosY(root);var _133=root.offsetHeight;var _134=_131;var _135=_132+_133;var _136=findWindowWidth();if(_136<_123.offsetWidth){_123.style.width=(_136-100)+"px";_136=findWindowWidth();}var _137=_123.offsetWidth;if(_134+_137>_136){_134=_136-_137-30;}if(_134<0){_134=0;}_123.style.left=_134+"px";_123.style.top=_135+"px";_123.style.display="block";};var _138=function(){if(_123){window.scrollTo(0,ensureVisible(_123));}if(_124){window.scrollTo(0,ensureVisible(_124));}};var _139=function(){_12f();_138();};var _13a;var _13b;var _13c=new abego.PageWiseRenderer();var _13d=function(_13e){this.itemHtml=store.getTiddlerText("YourSearchItemTemplate");if(!this.itemHtml){alertAndThrow("YourSearchItemTemplate not found");}this.place=document.getElementById(_121);if(!this.place){this.place=createTiddlyElement(_13e,"div",_121);}};merge(_13d.prototype,{render:function(_13f,_140,_141,_142){_13a=_142;_13b=_140;var item=createTiddlyElement(this.place,"div",null,"yourSearchItem");item.innerHTML=this.itemHtml;applyHtmlMacros(item,null);refreshElements(item,null);},endRendering:function(_144){_13b=null;}});var _145=function(){if(!_123||!_124){return;}var html=store.getTiddlerText("YourSearchResultTemplate");if(!html){html="<b>Tiddler YourSearchResultTemplate not found</b>";}_123.innerHTML=html;applyHtmlMacros(_123,null);refreshElements(_123,null);var _147=new _13d(_123);_13c.renderPage(_147);_139();};_13c.getItemsPerPage=function(){var n=(config.options.chkPreviewText)?abego.toInt(config.options.txtItemsPerPageWithPreview,_11f):abego.toInt(config.options.txtItemsPerPage,_11e);return (n>0)?n:1;};_13c.onPageChanged=function(){_145();};var _149=function(){if(!_123){_123=createTiddlyElement(document.body,"div",_120,"yourSearchResult");}else{if(_123.parentNode!=document.body){document.body.appendChild(_123);}}_145();};var _14a=function(){if(_124==null||!config.options.chkUseYourSearch){return;}if((_124.value==_122)&&_122&&!_128()){if(_123&&(_123.parentNode!=document.body)){document.body.appendChild(_123);_139();}else{_149();}}};var _14b=function(){_129();_123=null;_122=null;};var _14c=function(self,e){while(e!=null){if(self==e){return true;}e=e.parentNode;}return false;};var _14f=function(e){if(e.target==_124){return;}if(e.target==_125){return;}if(_123&&_14c(_123,e.target)){return;}_129();};var _151=function(e){if(e.keyCode==27){_129();}};addEvent(document,"click",_14f);addEvent(document,"keyup",_151);var _153=function(text,_155,_156){_122=text;_f3(_108(store,text,_155,_156,"title","excludeSearch"));highlightHack=_f2?_f2.getMarkRegExp():null;_13c.setItems(_f5());_149();highlightHack=null;};var _157=function(_158,_159,_15a,_15b,_15c,_15d){_127();_122="";var _15e=null;var _15f=function(txt){if(config.options.chkUseYourSearch){_153(txt.value,config.options.chkCaseSensitiveSearch,config.options.chkRegExpSearch);}else{story.search(txt.value,config.options.chkCaseSensitiveSearch,config.options.chkRegExpSearch);}_122=txt.value;};var _161=function(e){_15f(_124);return false;};var _163=function(e){if(!e){var e=window.event;}_124=this;switch(e.keyCode){case 13:if(e.ctrlKey&&_126&&_128()){_126.onclick.apply(_126,[e]);}else{_15f(this);}break;case 27:if(_128()){_129();}else{this.value="";clearMessage();}break;}if(String.fromCharCode(e.keyCode)==this.accessKey||e.altKey){_14a();}if(this.value.length<3&&_15e){clearTimeout(_15e);}if(this.value.length>2){if(this.value!=_122){if(!config.options.chkUseYourSearch||config.options.chkSearchAsYouType){if(_15e){clearTimeout(_15e);}var txt=this;_15e=setTimeout(function(){_15f(txt);},500);}}else{if(_15e){clearTimeout(_15e);}}}if(this.value.length==0){_129();}};var _166=function(e){this.select();clearMessage();_14a();};var args=_15c.parseParams("list",null,true);var _169=getFlag(args,"buttonAtRight");var _16a=getParam(args,"sizeTextbox",this.sizeTextbox);var btn;if(!_169){btn=createTiddlyButton(_158,this.label,this.prompt,_161);}var txt=createTiddlyElement(_158,"input",null,null,null);if(_15a[0]){txt.value=_15a[0];}txt.onkeyup=_163;txt.onfocus=_166;txt.setAttribute("size",_16a);txt.setAttribute("accessKey",this.accessKey);txt.setAttribute("autocomplete","off");if(config.browser.isSafari){txt.setAttribute("type","search");txt.setAttribute("results","5");}else{txt.setAttribute("type","text");}if(_169){btn=createTiddlyButton(_158,this.label,this.prompt,_161);}_124=txt;_125=btn;};var _16d=function(){_129();var _16e=_f5();var n=_16e.length;if(n){var _170=[];for(var i=0;i<n;i++){_170.push(_16e[i].title);}story.displayTiddlers(null,_170);}};var _172=function(_173,_174,_175,_176){invokeMacro(_173,"option",_174,_175,_176);var elem=_173.lastChild;var _178=elem.onclick;elem.onclick=function(e){var _17a=_178.apply(this,arguments);_145();return _17a;};return elem;};var _17b=function(s){var _17d=["''","{{{","}}}","//","<<<","/***","***/"];var _17e="";for(var i=0;i<_17d.length;i++){if(i!=0){_17e+="|";}_17e+="("+_17d[i].escapeRegExp()+")";}return s.replace(new RegExp(_17e,"mg"),"").trim();};var _180=function(){var i=_13a;return (i>=0&&i<=9)?(i<9?(i+1):0):-1;};var _182=new abego.LimitedTextRenderer();var _183=function(_184,s,_186){_182.render(_184,s,_186,_f2.getMarkRegExp());};var _187=TiddlyWiki.prototype.saveTiddler;TiddlyWiki.prototype.saveTiddler=function(_188,_189,_18a,_18b,_18c,tags,_18e){_187.apply(this,arguments);_14b();};var _18f=TiddlyWiki.prototype.removeTiddler;TiddlyWiki.prototype.removeTiddler=function(_190){_18f.apply(this,arguments);_14b();};config.macros.yourSearch={label:"yourSearch",prompt:"Gives access to the current/last YourSearch result",handler:function(_191,_192,_193,_194,_195,_196){if(_193.length==0){return;}var name=_193[0];var func=config.macros.yourSearch.funcs[name];if(func){func(_191,_192,_193,_194,_195,_196);}},tests:{"true":function(){return true;},"false":function(){return false;},"found":function(){return _f6()>0;},"previewText":function(){return config.options.chkPreviewText;}},funcs:{itemRange:function(_199){if(_f6()){var _19a=_13c.getLastIndexOnPage();var s="%0 - %1".format([_13c.getFirstIndexOnPage()+1,_19a+1]);createTiddlyText(_199,s);}},count:function(_19c){createTiddlyText(_19c,_f6().toString());},query:function(_19d){if(_f2){createTiddlyText(_19d,_f2.toString());}},version:function(_19e){var t="YourSearch %0.%1.%2".format([version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin.major,version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin.minor,version.extensions.YourSearchPlugin.revision]);var e=createTiddlyElement(_19e,"a");e.setAttribute("href","http://tiddlywiki.abego-software.de/#YourSearchPlugin");e.innerHTML="<font color=\s"black\s" face=\s"Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\s">"+t+"<font>";},copyright:function(_1a1){var e=createTiddlyElement(_1a1,"a");e.setAttribute("href","http://www.abego-software.de");e.innerHTML="<font color=\s"black\s" face=\s"Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\s">&copy; 2005-2006 <b><font color=\s"red\s">abego</font></b> Software<font>";},newTiddlerButton:function(_1a3){if(_f2){var r=abego.parseNewTiddlerCommandLine(_f2.getQueryText());var btn=config.macros.newTiddler.createNewTiddlerButton(_1a3,r.title,r.params,"new tiddler","Create a new tiddler based on search text. (Shortcut: Ctrl-Enter; Separators: '.', '#')",null,"text");var _1a6=btn.onclick;btn.onclick=function(){_129();_1a6.apply(this,arguments);};_126=btn;}},linkButton:function(_1a7,_1a8,_1a9,_1aa,_1ab,_1ac){if(_1a9<2){return;}var _1ad=_1a9[1];var text=_1a9<3?_1ad:_1a9[2];var _1af=_1a9<4?text:_1a9[3];var _1b0=_1a9<5?null:_1a9[4];var btn=createTiddlyButton(_1a7,text,_1af,_12a,null,null,_1b0);btn.setAttribute("tiddlyLink",_1ad);},closeButton:function(_1b2,_1b3,_1b4,_1b5,_1b6,_1b7){var _1b8=createTiddlyButton(_1b2,"close","Close the Search Results (Shortcut: ESC)",_129);},openAllButton:function(_1b9,_1ba,_1bb,_1bc,_1bd,_1be){var n=_f6();if(n==0){return;}var _1c0=n==1?"open tiddler":"open all %0 tiddlers".format([n]);var _1c1=createTiddlyButton(_1b9,_1c0,"Open all found tiddlers (Shortcut: Alt-O)",_16d);_1c1.setAttribute("accessKey","O");},naviBar:function(_1c2,_1c3,_1c4,_1c5,_1c6,_1c7){_13c.addPageNavigation(_1c2);},"if":function(_1c8,_1c9,_1ca,_1cb,_1cc,_1cd){if(_1ca.length<2){return;}var _1ce=_1ca[1];var _1cf=(_1ce=="not");if(_1cf){if(_1ca.length<3){return;}_1ce=_1ca[2];}var test=config.macros.yourSearch.tests[_1ce];var _1d1=false;try{if(test){_1d1=test(_1c8,_1c9,_1ca,_1cb,_1cc,_1cd)!=_1cf;}else{_1d1=(!eval(_1ce))==_1cf;}}catch(ex){}if(!_1d1){_1c8.style.display="none";}},chkPreviewText:function(_1d2,_1d3,_1d4,_1d5,_1d6,_1d7){var _1d8=_1d4.slice(1).join(" ");var elem=_172(_1d2,"chkPreviewText",_1d5,_1d7);elem.setAttribute("accessKey","P");elem.title="Show text preview of found tiddlers (Shortcut: Alt-P)";return elem;}}};config.macros.foundTiddler={label:"foundTiddler",prompt:"Provides information on the tiddler currently processed on the YourSearch result page",handler:function(_1da,_1db,_1dc,_1dd,_1de,_1df){var name=_1dc[0];var func=config.macros.foundTiddler.funcs[name];if(func){func(_1da,_1db,_1dc,_1dd,_1de,_1df);}},funcs:{title:function(_1e2,_1e3,_1e4,_1e5,_1e6,_1e7){if(!_13b){return;}var _1e8=_180();var _1e9=_1e8>=0?"Open tiddler (Shortcut: Alt-%0)".format([_1e8.toString()]):"Open tiddler";var btn=createTiddlyButton(_1e2,null,_1e9,_12a,null);btn.setAttribute("tiddlyLink",_13b.title);btn.setAttribute("withHilite","true");_183(btn,_13b.title,_11a);if(_1e8>=0){btn.setAttribute("accessKey",_1e8.toString());}},tags:function(_1eb,_1ec,_1ed,_1ee,_1ef,_1f0){if(!_13b){return;}_183(_1eb,_13b.getTags(),_11b);},text:function(_1f1,_1f2,_1f3,_1f4,_1f5,_1f6){if(!_13b){return;}_183(_1f1,_17b(_13b.text),_11c);},field:function(_1f7,_1f8,_1f9,_1fa,_1fb,_1fc){if(!_13b){return;}var name=_1f9[1];var len=_1f9.length>2?abego.toInt(_1f9[2],_11d):_11d;var v=store.getValue(_13b,name);if(v){_183(_1f7,_17b(v),len);}},number:function(_200,_201,_202,_203,_204,_205){var _206=_180();if(_206>=0){var text="%0)".format([_206.toString()]);createTiddlyElement(_200,"span",null,"shortcutNumber",text);}}}};var opts={chkUseYourSearch:true,chkPreviewText:true,chkSearchAsYouType:true,chkSearchInTitle:true,chkSearchInText:true,chkSearchInTags:true,chkSearchExtendedFields:true,txtItemsPerPage:_11e,txtItemsPerPageWithPreview:_11f};for(var n in opts){if(config.options[n]==undefined){config.options[n]=opts[n];}}config.shadowTiddlers.AdvancedOptions+="\sn<<option chkUseYourSearch>> Use 'Your Search' //([[more options|YourSearch Options]]) ([[help|YourSearch Help]])// ";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearch Help"]="!Field Search\snWith the Field Search you can restrict your search to certain fields of a tiddler, e.g"+" only search the tags or only the titles. The general form is //fieldname//'':''//textToSearch// (e."+"g. {{{title:intro}}}). In addition one-character shortcuts are also supported for the standard field"+"s {{{title}}}, {{{text}}} and {{{tags}}}:\sn|!What you want|!What you type|!Example|\sn|Search ''titles "+"only''|start word with ''!''|{{{!jonny}}} (shortcut for {{{title:jonny}}})|\sn|Search ''contents/text "+"only''|start word with ''%''|{{{%football}}} (shortcut for {{{text:football}}})|\sn|Search ''tags only"+"''|start word with ''#''|{{{#Plugin}}} (shortcut for {{{tags:Plugin}}})|\sn\snUsing this feature you may"+" also search the extended fields (\s"Metadata\s") introduced with TiddlyWiki 2.1, e.g. use {{{priority:1"+"}}} to find all tiddlers with the priority field set to \s"1\s".\sn\snYou may search a word in more than one"+" field. E.g. {{{!#Plugin}}} (or {{{title:tags:Plugin}}} in the \s"long form\s") finds tiddlers containin"+"g \s"Plugin\s" either in the title or in the tags (but does not look for \s"Plugin\s" in the text). \sn\sn!Boole"+"an Search\snThe Boolean Search is useful when searching for multiple words.\sn|!What you want|!What you "+"type|!Example|\sn|''All words'' must exist|List of words|{{{jonny jeremy}}} (or {{{jonny and jeremy}}}"+")|\sn|''At least one word'' must exist|Separate words by ''or''|{{{jonny or jeremy}}}|\sn|A word ''must "+"not exist''|Start word with ''-''|{{{-jonny}}} (or {{{not jonny}}})|\sn\sn''Note:'' When you specify two"+" words, separated with a space, YourSearch finds all tiddlers that contain both words, but not neces"+"sarily next to each other. If you want to find a sequence of word, e.g. '{{{John Brown}}}', you need"+" to put the words into quotes. I.e. you type: {{{\s"john brown\s"}}}.\sn\snUsing parenthesis you may change "+"the default \s"left to right\s" evaluation of the boolean search. E.g. {{{not (jonny or jeremy)}}} finds"+" all tiddlers that contain neither \s"jonny\s" nor \s"jeremy. In contrast to this {{{not jonny or jeremy}}"+"} (i.e. without parenthesis) finds all tiddlers that either don't contain \s"jonny\s" or that contain \s"j"+"eremy\s".\sn\sn!'Exact Word' Search\snBy default a search result all matches that 'contain' the searched tex"+"t. E.g. if you search for {{{Task}}} you will get all tiddlers containing 'Task', but also '~Complet"+"edTask', '~TaskForce' etc.\sn\snIf you only want to get the tiddlers that contain 'exactly the word' you"+" need to prefix it with a '='. E.g. typing '=Task' will find the tiddlers that contain the word 'Tas"+"k', ignoring words that just contain 'Task' as a substring.\sn\sn!~CaseSensitiveSearch and ~RegExpSearch"+"\snThe standard search options ~CaseSensitiveSearch and ~RegExpSearch are fully supported by YourSearc"+"h. However when ''~RegExpSearch'' is on Filtered and Boolean Search are disabled.\sn\snIn addition you m"+"ay do a \s"regular expression\s" search even with the ''~RegExpSearch'' set to false by directly enterin"+"g the regular expression into the search field, framed with {{{/.../}}}. \sn\snExample: {{{/m[ae][iy]er/"+"}}} will find all tiddlers that contain either \s"maier\s", \s"mayer\s", \s"meier\s" or \s"meyer\s".\sn\sn!~JavaScript E"+"xpression Filtering\snIf you are familiar with JavaScript programming and know some TiddlyWiki interna"+"ls you may also use JavaScript expression for the search. Just enter a JavaScript boolean expression"+" into the search field, framed with {{{ { ... } }}}. In the code refer to the variable tiddler and e"+"valuate to {{{true}}} when the given tiddler should be included in the result. \sn\snExample: {{{ { tidd"+"ler.modified > new Date(\s"Jul 4, 2005\s")} }}} returns all tiddler modified after July 4th, 2005.\sn\sn!Com"+"bined Search\snYou are free to combine the various search options. \sn\sn''Examples''\sn|!What you type|!Res"+"ult|\sn|{{{!jonny !jeremy -%football}}}|all tiddlers with both {{{jonny}}} and {{{jeremy}}} in its tit"+"les, but no {{{football}}} in content.|\sn|{{{#=Task}}}|All tiddlers tagged with 'Task' (the exact wor"+"d). Tags named '~CompletedTask', '~TaskForce' etc. are not considered.|\sn\sn!Access Keys\snYou are encour"+"aged to use the access keys (also called \s"shortcut\s" keys) for the most frequently used operations. F"+"or quick reference these shortcuts are also mentioned in the tooltip for the various buttons etc.\sn\sn|"+"!Key|!Operation|\sn|{{{Alt-F}}}|''The most important keystroke'': It moves the cursor to the search in"+"put field so you can directly start typing your query. Pressing {{{Alt-F}}} will also display the pr"+"evious search result. This way you can quickly display multiple tiddlers using \s"Press {{{Alt-F}}}. S"+"elect tiddler.\s" sequences.|\sn|{{{ESC}}}|Closes the [[YourSearch Result]]. When the [[YourSearch Resul"+"t]] is already closed and the cursor is in the search input field the field's content is cleared so "+"you start a new query.|\sn|{{{Alt-1}}}, {{{Alt-2}}},... |Pressing these keys opens the first, second e"+"tc. tiddler from the result list.|\sn|{{{Alt-O}}}|Opens all found tiddlers.|\sn|{{{Alt-P}}}|Toggles the "+"'Preview Text' mode.|\sn|{{{Alt-'<'}}}, {{{Alt-'>'}}}|Displays the previous or next page in the [[Your"+"Search Result]].|\sn|{{{Return}}}|When you have turned off the 'as you type' search mode pressing the "+"{{{Return}}} key actually starts the search (as does pressing the 'search' button).|\sn\sn//If some of t"+"hese shortcuts don't work for you check your browser if you have other extensions installed that alr"+"eady \s"use\s" these shortcuts.//";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearch Options"]="|>|!YourSearch Options|\sn|>|<<option chkUseYourSearch>> Use 'Your Search'|\sn|!|<<option chkPreviewText"+">> Show Text Preview|\sn|!|<<option chkSearchAsYouType>> 'Search As You Type' Mode (No RETURN required"+" to start search)|\sn|!|Default Search Filter:<<option chkSearchInTitle>>Title ('!') <<option chk"+"SearchInText>>Text ('%') <<option chkSearchInTags>>Tags ('#') <<option chkSearchExtendedFiel"+"ds>>Extended Fields<html><br><font size=\s"-2\s">The fields of a tiddlers that are searched when you don"+"'t explicitly specify a filter in the search text <br>(Explictly specify fields using one or more '!"+"', '%', '#' or 'fieldname:' prefix before the word/text to find).</font></html>|\sn|!|Number of items "+"on search result page: <<option txtItemsPerPage>>|\sn|!|Number of items on search result page with pre"+"view text: <<option txtItemsPerPageWithPreview>>|\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearchStyleSheet"]="/***\sn!~YourSearchResult Stylesheet\sn***/\sn/*{{{*/\sn.yourSearchResult {\sn\stposition: absolute;\sn\stwidth: 800"+"px;\sn\sn\stpadding: 0.2em;\sn\stlist-style: none;\sn\stmargin: 0;\sn\sn\stbackground: #ffd;\sn\stborder: 1px solid DarkGra"+"y;\sn}\sn\sn/*}}}*/\sn/***\sn!!Summary Section\sn***/\sn/*{{{*/\sn.yourSearchResult .summary {\sn\stborder-bottom-width:"+" thin;\sn\stborder-bottom-style: solid;\sn\stborder-bottom-color: #999999;\sn\stpadding-bottom: 4px;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSea"+"rchRange, .yourSearchCount, .yourSearchQuery {\sn\stfont-weight: bold;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchResult .summary ."+"button {\sn\stfont-size: 10px;\sn\sn\stpadding-left: 0.3em;\sn\stpadding-right: 0.3em;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchResult .summa"+"ry .chkBoxLabel {\sn\stfont-size: 10px;\sn\sn\stpadding-right: 0.3em;\sn}\sn\sn/*}}}*/\sn/***\sn!!Items Area\sn***/\sn/*{{{*"+"/\sn.yourSearchResult .marked {\sn\stbackground: none;\sn\stfont-weight: bold;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchItem {\sn\stmargin-to"+"p: 2px;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchNumber {\sn\stcolor: #808080;\sn}\sn\sn\sn.yourSearchTags {\sn\stcolor: #008000;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearc"+"hText {\sn\stcolor: #808080;\sn\stmargin-bottom: 6px;\sn}\sn\sn/*}}}*/\sn/***\sn!!Footer\sn***/\sn/*{{{*/\sn.yourSearchFoote"+"r {\sn\stmargin-top: 8px;\sn\stborder-top-width: thin;\sn\stborder-top-style: solid;\sn\stborder-top-color: #999999;"+"\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchFooter a:hover{\sn\stbackground: none;\sn\stcolor: none;\sn}\sn/*}}}*/\sn/***\sn!!Navigation Bar\sn***/"+"\sn/*{{{*/\sn.yourSearchNaviBar a {\sn\stfont-size: 16px;\sn\stmargin-left: 4px;\sn\stmargin-right: 4px;\sn\stcolor: bla"+"ck;\sn\sttext-decoration: underline;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchNaviBar a:hover {\sn\stbackground-color: none;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSe"+"archNaviBar .prev {\sn\stfont-weight: bold;\sn\stcolor: blue;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchNaviBar .currentPage {\sn\stcolor: #"+"FF0000;\sn\stfont-weight: bold;\sn\sttext-decoration: none;\sn}\sn\sn.yourSearchNaviBar .next {\sn\stfont-weight: bold"+";\sn\stcolor: blue;\sn}\sn/*}}}*/\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearchResultTemplate"]="<!--\sn{{{\sn-->\sn<span macro=\s"yourSearch if found\s">\sn<!-- The Summary Header ============================"+"================ -->\sn<table class=\s"summary\s" border=\s"0\s" width=\s"100%\s" cellspacing=\s"0\s" cellpadding=\s"0\s">"+"<tbody>\sn <tr>\sn\st<td align=\s"left\s">\sn\st\stYourSearch Result <span class=\s"yourSearchRange\s" macro=\s"yourSearc"+"h itemRange\s"></span>\sn\st\st&nbsp;of&nbsp;<span class=\s"yourSearchCount\s" macro=\s"yourSearch count\s"></span>\sn"+"\st\stfor&nbsp;<span class=\s"yourSearchQuery\s" macro=\s"yourSearch query\s"></span>\sn\st</td>\sn\st<td class=\s"yourSea"+"rchButtons\s" align=\s"right\s">\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch chkPreviewText\s"></span><span class=\s"chkBoxLabel"+"\s">preview text</span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch newTiddlerButton\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch openAllButton\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch lin"+"kButton 'YourSearch Options' options 'Configure YourSearch'\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch linkB"+"utton 'YourSearch Help' help 'Get help how to use YourSearch'\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch clo"+"seButton\s"></span>\sn\st</td>\sn </tr>\sn</tbody></table>\sn\sn<!-- The List of Found Tiddlers ================="+"=========================== -->\sn<div id=\s"yourSearchResultItems\s" itemsPerPage=\s"25\s" itemsPerPageWithPr"+"eview=\s"10\s"></div>\sn\sn<!-- The Footer (with the Navigation) ==========================================="+"= -->\sn<table class=\s"yourSearchFooter\s" border=\s"0\s" width=\s"100%\s" cellspacing=\s"0\s" cellpadding=\s"0\s"><tbody"+">\sn <tr>\sn\st<td align=\s"left\s">\sn\st\stResult page: <span class=\s"yourSearchNaviBar\s" macro=\s"yourSearch naviBar"+"\s"></span>\sn\st</td>\sn\st<td align=\s"right\s"><span macro=\s"yourSearch version\s"></span>, <span macro=\s"yourSearc"+"h copyright\s"></span>\sn\st</td>\sn </tr>\sn</tbody></table>\sn<!-- end of the 'tiddlers found' case ========="+"================================== -->\sn</span>\sn\sn\sn<!-- The \s"No tiddlers found\s" case ================="+"========================== -->\sn<span macro=\s"yourSearch if not found\s">\sn<table class=\s"summary\s" border="+"\s"0\s" width=\s"100%\s" cellspacing=\s"0\s" cellpadding=\s"0\s"><tbody>\sn <tr>\sn\st<td align=\s"left\s">\sn\st\stYourSearch Resu"+"lt: No tiddlers found for <span class=\s"yourSearchQuery\s" macro=\s"yourSearch query\s"></span>.\sn\st</td>\sn\st<t"+"d class=\s"yourSearchButtons\s" align=\s"right\s">\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch newTiddlerButton\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch linkButton 'YourSearch Options'"+" options 'Configure YourSearch'\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch linkButton 'YourSearch Help' help"+" 'Get help how to use YourSearch'\s"></span>\sn\st\st<span macro=\s"yourSearch closeButton\s"></span>\sn\st</td>\sn <"+"/tr>\sn</tbody></table>\sn</span>\sn\sn\sn<!--\sn}}}\sn-->\sn";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearchItemTemplate"]="<!--\sn{{{\sn-->\sn<span class='yourSearchNumber' macro='foundTiddler number'></span>\sn<span class='yourSea"+"rchTitle' macro='foundTiddler title'/></span>&nbsp;-&nbsp;\sn<span class='yourSearchTags' macro='found"+"Tiddler field tags 50'/></span>\sn<span macro=\s"yourSearch if previewText\s"><div class='yourSearchText' macro='fo"+"undTiddler field text 250'/></div></span>\sn<!--\sn}}}\sn-->";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearch"]="<<tiddler [[YourSearch Help]]>>";config.shadowTiddlers["YourSearch Result"]="The popup-like window displaying the result of a YourSearch query.";config.macros.search.handler=_157;var _20a=function(){if(config.macros.search.handler!=_157){alert("Message from YourSearchPlugin:\sn\sn\snAnother plugin has disabled the 'Your Search' features.\sn\sn\snYou may "+"disable the other plugin or change the load order of \snthe plugins (by changing the names of the tidd"+"lers)\snto enable the 'Your Search' features.");}};setTimeout(_20a,5000);abego.YourSearch.getStandardRankFunction=function(){return _fe;};abego.YourSearch.getRankFunction=function(){return abego.YourSearch.getStandardRankFunction();};abego.YourSearch.getCurrentTiddler=function(){return _13b;};abego.YourSearch.closeResult=function(){_129();};})();}\n//%/
\n''dpu-pip - Partnership, Informatics and Participation for implementing the Habitat Agenda''. dpu\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 1998. London, United Kingdom.\n\nSeed bed for the development and implementation of a curriculum in [[information ecology|Information ecology] designed to establish templates for the participatory use of information technology by local governments and local communities and organizations. The site has also been used to make available - via e-mail and or a world wide web browser - key documents relating to public participation in consultation and decision-making relating to water, sustainability and health and the implementation of the agreement in the Habitat Agenda and Agenda 21.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]
\n''en.unced.news''\n\n//Institute for Global Communications//\nDecember, 1990. Baltimore, MD.
/***\n|Name|''fontSize''|h\n|Author|[[Saq Imtiaz]]|\n|Version|1.0|\n|Description|Resize tiddler text on the fly. The text size is remembered between sessions by use of a cookie.|\n|Source|http://lewcid.googlepages.com/lewcid.html#FontSizePlugin|\n|TW Version|2.x|\n***/\n/***\nYou can customize the maximum and minimum allowed sizes. (only affects tiddler content text, not any other text)|\n\nAlso, you can load a TW file with a font-size specified in the url.\nEg: http://lewcid.googlepages.com/lewcid.html#font:110\n\n!Demo:\nTry using the font-size buttons in the sidebar, or in the MainMenu above.\n\n!Installation:\nCopy the contents of this tiddler to your TW, tag with systemConfig, save and reload your TW.\nThen put {{{<<fontSize "font-size:">>}}} in your SideBarOptions tiddler, or anywhere else that you might like.\n\n!Usage\n{{{<<fontSize>>}}} results in <<fontSize>>\n{{{<<fontSize font-size: >>}}} results in <<fontSize font-size:>>\n\n!Customizing:\nThe buttons and prefix text are wrapped in a span with class fontResizer, for easy css styling.\nTo change the default font-size, and the maximum and minimum font-size allowed, edit the config.fontSize.settings section of the code below.\n\n!Notes:\nThis plugin assumes that the initial font-size is 100% and then increases or decreases the size by 10%. This stepsize of 10% can also be customized.\n\n!History:\n*27-07-06, version 1.0 : prevented double clicks from triggering editing of containing tiddler.\n*25-07-06, version 0.9\n\n!Code\n***/\n\n//{{{\nconfig.fontSize={};\n\n//configuration settings\nconfig.fontSize.settings =\n{\n defaultSize : 100, // all sizes in %\n maxSize : 200,\n minSize : 40,\n stepSize : 10\n};\n\n//startup code\nvar fontSettings = config.fontSize.settings;\n\nif (!config.options.txtFontSize)\n {config.options.txtFontSize = fontSettings.defaultSize;\n saveOptionCookie("txtFontSize");}\nsetStylesheet(".tiddler .viewer {font-size:"+config.options.txtFontSize+"%;}\sn","fontResizerStyles");\nsetStylesheet("#contentWrapper .fontResizer .button {display:inline;font-size:105%; font-weight:bold; margin:0 1px; padding: 0 3px; text-align:center !important;}\sn .fontResizer {margin:0 0.5em;}","fontResizerButtonStyles");\n\n//macro\nconfig.macros.fontSize={};\nconfig.macros.fontSize.handler = function (place,macroName,params,wikifier,paramString,tiddler)\n{\n\n var sp = createTiddlyElement(place,"span",null,"fontResizer");\n sp.ondblclick=this.onDblClick;\n if (params[0])\n createTiddlyText(sp,params[0]);\n createTiddlyButton(sp,"+","increase font-size",this.incFont);\n createTiddlyButton(sp,"=","reset font-size",this.resetFont);\n createTiddlyButton(sp,"–","decrease font-size",this.decFont);\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fontSize.onDblClick = function (e)\n{\n if (!e) var e = window.event;\n e.cancelBubble = true;\n if (e.stopPropagation) e.stopPropagation();\n return false;\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fontSize.setFont = function ()\n{\n saveOptionCookie("txtFontSize");\n setStylesheet(".tiddler .viewer {font-size:"+config.options.txtFontSize+"%;}\sn","fontResizerStyles");\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fontSize.incFont=function()\n{\n if (config.options.txtFontSize < fontSettings.maxSize)\n config.options.txtFontSize = (config.options.txtFontSize*1)+fontSettings.stepSize;\n config.macros.fontSize.setFont();\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fontSize.decFont=function()\n{\n\n if (config.options.txtFontSize > fontSettings.minSize)\n config.options.txtFontSize = (config.options.txtFontSize*1) - fontSettings.stepSize;\n config.macros.fontSize.setFont();\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fontSize.resetFont=function()\n{\n\n config.options.txtFontSize=fontSettings.defaultSize;\n config.macros.fontSize.setFont();\n}\n\nconfig.paramifiers.font =\n{\n onstart: function(v)\n {\n config.options.txtFontSize = v;\n config.macros.fontSize.setFont();\n }\n};\n//}}}
/***\n|Name|''fullscreen''|h\n|Author|[[Saq Imtiaz]]|\n|Version|1.1|\n|Description|Toggle between viewing tiddlers fullscreen and normally. Very handy for when you need more viewing space.|\n|Source|http://lewcid.googlepages.com/lewcid.html#FullScreenPlugin|\n|TW Version|2.x|\n***/\n/***\n!Demo:\nClick the ↕ button in the toolbar for this tiddler. Click it again to turn off fullscreen.\n\n!Installation:\nCopy the contents of this tiddler to your TW, tag with systemConfig, save and reload your TW.\nEdit the ViewTemplate to add the fullscreen command to the toolbar.\n\n!History:\n*25-07-06: ver 1.1\n*20-07-06: ver 1.0\n\n!Code\n***/\n//{{{\nvar lewcidFullScreen = false;\n\nconfig.commands.fullscreen =\n{\n text:" ↕ ",\n tooltip:"Fullscreen mode"\n};\n\nconfig.commands.fullscreen.handler = function (event,src,title)\n{\n if (lewcidFullScreen == false)\n {\n lewcidFullScreen = true;\n setStylesheet('#sidebar, .header, #mainMenu{display:none;} #displayArea{margin:0em 0 0 0 !important;}',"lewcidFullScreenStyle");\n }\n else\n {\n lewcidFullScreen = false;\n setStylesheet(' ',"lewcidFullScreenStyle");\n }\n}\n\nconfig.macros.fullscreen={};\nconfig.macros.fullscreen.handler = function(place,macroName,params,wikifier,paramString,tiddler)\n{\n var label = params[0]||" ↕ ";\n var tooltip = params[1]||"Fullscreen mode";\n createTiddlyButton(place,label,tooltip,config.commands.fullscreen.handler);\n}\n\nvar lewcid_fullscreen_closeTiddler = Story.prototype.closeTiddler;\nStory.prototype.closeTiddler =function(title,animate,slowly)\n{\n lewcid_fullscreen_closeTiddler.apply(this,arguments);\n if (story.isEmpty() && lewcidFullScreen == true)\n config.commands.fullscreen.handler();\n}\n\n\nSlider.prototype.lewcidStop = Slider.prototype.stop;\nSlider.prototype.stop = function()\n{\n this.lewcidStop();\n if (story.isEmpty() && lewcidFullScreen == true)\n config.commands.fullscreen.handler();\n}\n//}}}
\n''hiv-aids-care - a graphic representation''\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nMarch, 2001. Brooklyn, NY.\n\n"A picture is worth a thousand words." A graphic representation of the incidence of HIV/AIDS infection through the use of geographic information system maps compiled by the UN-AIDS programme. The maps vividly and directly make visible both the extent of infection, and its growth, at five year intervals in Africa, South America and Asia.\nhttp://habitat.igc.org/hiv-aids-care/index.htm\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[hiv-aids-care.net]]
\n''ngos@un - Non-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nFebruary, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nNon-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations - a partnership to assist the UN Secretary-General in responding to the decision 1996/31 of the Economic and Social Council on Consultative Arrangements for Non-Governmental Organizations" through a comprehensive approach to the application of modern information and communications technology in support of facilitation and documentation of NGOs in the work of the United Nations.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[NGO Section, Division of ECOSOC Support & Coordination, Department of Economic & Social Affairs]]
\n''ngos@un Database - An Outline''. ien\n\n//Pollard, Robert, Information Habitat: Where Information Lives//\nOctober, 1999. Brooklyn, NY.\n\nSketch of major areas of database elements in ngos@un - a comprehensive relational database of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) at the United Nations. Inspiration-generated file, in pdf format.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Journey through Rio, Istanbul and Beyond]]\n*[[Information Habitat: Where Information Lives]]\n*[[Development Planning Unit, University College London]]\n*[[Whole Earth Partnership Informatics & Participation - wepip]]\n*[[NGO Section, Division of ECOSOC Support & Coordination, Department of Economic & Social Affairs]]\n*[[Digital Engines]]
\n''truthforachange.tv''\n\n//Friendly, Joe; Pollard, Robert (web designer), Truth for a Change//\nAugust, 2004. New York, NY.\n\n''Related projects''\n*[[Truth for A Change]]