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NGO Committee on Social Development
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    Role: Member-at-Large
    Founding member and active participant in the Committee; developed and maintained database of Committee members and participants; managed and facilitated electronic mailing list for the Committee; edited by-laws.
New York, NY
1997.12-          
    Documents
    Information Technology, Public Participation & Global Agreements
    Statement submitted to the UN Commission on Social Development on the critical need and opportunity to develop virtual structures for public participation to complement conventional and traditional structures, with particular reference to the Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI), the threats the MAI poses to social development goals, and the need for its reconciliation with the global agreements from Rio to Istanbul.
          information-habitat.net/socdev/ngo10.htm

New York, NY
1998.02
    Y2K Countdown Digital Date Clock
    Presentation 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.
          www.jiscmail.ac.uk/files/dpu-pip/y2k-counting.pdf

Brooklyn, NY
1999.10
    Electronic mailing lists
    [socdev] - NGO Committee on Social Development
    Had served as the primary electronic mailing list for the NGO Committee on Social Development. Currently only occasional messages. Active.
      To subscribe to [socdev], send an email message to majordomo@undp.org
      with the following one-line message:
      subscribe socdev-L

1997.12-

    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
    INTERNET - Networked knowledge and information
    The 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.

Brooklyn, NY
2000.06
NGO Committee on Social Development
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