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Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations
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    Role: Advisory Board Member
    Advises Board Members on request, with a focus on information and communications strategy. Formerly active Board Member, Vice-President, Project Coordinator, Member of Process, Web Site and Dialogue Committees. Established and managed electronic mailing lists for CCC/UN and its committees.
          www.ccc-un.org
New York, NY
1996.10-2004.04
    Documents
    A Castle Retreat: CCC/UN Communication & Decision-Making Project
    A set of two slide shows: one of the participants in a retreat for the CCC/UN Communication & Decision-Making Project at Beth Lamont's Castle in Ossining, NY; the second slide show offers images from a brief walk aroud the castle, and in the castle grounds.
          information-habitat.net/cdmp/rp01.htm

Ossining, NY
2002.07
    Electronic mailing lists
    [cccun-board] - Board Members of CCC/UN
    Electronic mailing list for the Board Members of the Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations (CCC/UN). Active.

2002.03-

2002.03-
    [cccun-lt] - CCCUN Leadership Training
    Electronic mailing list for participants in a Leadership Training program organized by the CCC/UN - Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations - in conjunction with Pace University. Inactive.

2000.01-2001.01
    [cccun] - Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations
    Electronic mailing list for the Communications Coordinating Committee for the United Nations (CCC/UN). Active.

1999.01-

    Databases
    INFOHAB - Information Habitat: Where Information Lives
    The 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 preliminry database for participants in preparations for the Millennium Forum.

New York, NY
1995.05
    NGOS@UN - ngos@un - Non-Governmental Organizations at the United Nations
    NGOS@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.

    NGOS@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.


Brooklyn, NY
1999.02
    HABITAT3 - Habitat Three
    An 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.

Brooklyn, NY
2001.03
    DIGITAL - Digital Engine, Mark II
    The 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.

New York, NY
2004.07
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