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- Food Safety and Nutrition (International Food Information Council Foundation) 9-01
- CNN International Sports (CNN and Sports Illustrated)
- Aboriginal Links International
- Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)
- -Citations - Electronic Citations Resources (International Federation of Library Associations)
Provides annotated listings of sources of information on citations, including electronic citations. (IFLA) 9-05
- Foursquare - International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (Yahoo)
- -Email Groups (L-Soft International, Inc. - NetPals)
Provides LISTSERV services for free to the international school community. You set up an account (free) and then go to a Web page and enter email addresses to create a group. Individuals within the group can then send one message that will go to all members of the group. For example, all teachers in a school could be a group, all teachers of a certain grade level could be a group, or all teachers of a subject could be a group. Perhaps all teachers of a subject and grade level within a city could be a group. Very nice. 9-05
- Table Tennis (International Tabletennis Federation)
Provides international news on table tennis (table-tennis).
- Wolves (International Wolf Center)
Provides information for studying and managing wolf populations.
- Ballet Resources (USA International Ballet Competition)
Provides news, brief articles and photos of leading dances by country, a listing of awards from 1979 to 1998, links related to specific ballets, and more.
- Theatre Resources (Artslynx International Theatre Resources)
- Volunteering - International Opportunities
The Directory on International Voluntary Services provides hundreds on sources of information. 07-06
- Conversations with History (UC Berkeley - Institute of International Studies)
Provides Provides transcripts of interviews of key international figures regarding key world developments. The interviews are conducted by Harry Kreisler. 8-99
- International Affairs Resources (WWW Virtual Library - Selcher)
Provides over 2200 carefully selected, annotated links in 37 international affairs categories. 2-02
- Diversity Inclusion Resources (Diversity Training University International)
Provides over a dozen resources. 4-00
- Dyslexia and Math (WETA - International Dyslexia Association)
Describes dyslexia as it applies to math and makes a distinction between dyslexia and dyscalculia, trouble with calculating. 5-00
- Meir, Golda (Women's International Center)
Provides a biography of the former Prime Minister of Israel. 6-00
- Keller, Helen (Helen Keller International)
Provides a rather complete biography. 8-00.
- Four Square (International Church of the Four Square Gospel)
Provides the official Four Square Website. 12-04
- Human Rights News (Amnesty International)
Investigates violations of human rights globally.
- Election 2000 - International Elections Expert Comments (CNN)
Provides an interview with an expert from the Carter Center, an organization that monitors and assists with ensuring fair and democratic elections globally. Costello states that ballot design can affect the vote. A person may intend to vote one way but, because of a misleading ballot, vote a different way. In such cases, he says, the outcome of the election would not reflect the choice of the people. Costello states that the Carter Center staff work hard to ensure that the ballot design is fair. 11-00
- Alternative Energy Resources (Solar Energy International)
Provides organizations, events, and news sources related to sustainable energy sources that are alternatives to fossil fuels.
- Flags of World Peace - By Children (United Nations and International Olympic Committee)
Shows pictures of flags drawn by children to depict world peace. 10-01
- Landmines - Banning (International Campaign to Ban Landmines)
Calls for "An international ban on the use, production, stockpiling, and sale, transfer, or export of antipersonnel landmines."
- Treatment of Suspects (Amnesty International)
Argues that suspects that have not been charged with crimes in the September 11th disaster should not be abused or lose basic human rights. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 10-01
- Peace Brigades International
"Peace Brigades International (PBI) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) which protects human rights and promotes nonviolent transformation of conflicts." 2-02
- Fastest Computer Now From Japan (International Herald Tribune - Markoff)/a>
Describes a new computer for climate monitoring that was developed in Japan.
- Coral Reefs Endangered by Global Warming (International Herald Tribune - Richardson)
Discusses the reasons coral reefs are in danger from human activities, including global warming resulting from human activities. Discusses the many values of the reefs, such as protecting over 500 million people from sea surges and storms along coasts. "Fish caught around coral reefs are an important source of food for hundreds of millions of people, especially in the developing world, many of whom have no other source of animal protein." "Reefs are also home to an extraordinary variety of marine plants and animals, including a quarter of all marine fish species" 5-02
- Houston Endangered by Global Warming (International Herald Tribune - Knowlton)
Discusses the sinking of the land in Houston and the rising ocean levels. 5-02
- Gymnastics - International Teams (USA Gymnastics Online)
Provides brief profiles of achievements of some key athletes who have competed in the USA. 6-02
- Amnesty International Denounces Palestinian Bombers (Independent - Huggler)
"Amnesty International has condemned the killing of Israeli civilians in suicide bombings and other attacks by Palestinians as crimes against humanity." "Mr Barghouti crops up in Amnesty's report, which says he told the organisation's delegates that Fatah considers Israeli settlers living inside the West Bank and Gaza Strip...as legitimate targets, because they are living on occupied land. The report rejects that argument...." 7-02
- Saudis Debate Intolerance by Muslims (International Herald Tribune - MaFarquhar)
"Prompted by the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States, a cautious debate has begun in Saudi Arabia's closed society over intolerance toward non-Muslims and attitudes toward the West that are now viewed by some as inspiring unacceptable violence." 7-02
- Arab Ministers Give Bush Middle East Plan (International Herald Tribune)
"Arab foreign ministers were giving President George W. Bush a detailed plan Thursday for establishing a new Palestinian government - with a written constitution, an elected Parliament and a prime minister - that could be recognized as a state as early as January, according to Arab sources." 7-02
- Nuclear Fuel Disposal (International Herald Tribune - Wald)
Describes methods to make disposal of nuclear fuel safer. Also describes a proposal to use super-ceramics to shield the fuel. 7-02
- Interpreting a Code of Business Ethics (International Federation of Accountants - Birkett)
"Corporate Codes of Ethics are not incidental to a corporation’s functioning. They are neither ornamental, nor simply expressions of good intent. Instead, they are practical instruments of management, designed to capture the power of social or community morality and put it to ‘good’ corporate use."
- Advertising - Content Sales Rising (International Herald Tribune - Richtel)
"More Internet users are showing a willingness to pay for content online - subscribing to news sites, for example, or paying fees to send e-greeting cards - suggesting a shift in consumers' expectations that online services should be free, according to a survey of cyberspending patterns." 7-02
- International Trade News (TradeAlert.org)
Provides international trade news with a focus on the impact on the USA.
- International Peace-Keeping Force Urged for in Middle East (BBC - Foulkes)
"The UN Human Rights Commission, meeting in Geneva, has been told that the situation is now so serious that only an international force in the region can bring an end to the violence." 8-02
- Pope Supports International Peace-Keeping Force (BBC)
"Pope John Paul ll has lent his support to the creation of an international peacekeeping force to try to bring an end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." 8-02
- Model Business Principles (International Labour Office)
Provides the Model Business Principles developed by the Clinton Department of Commerce to guide global companies. (The ILO is in the United Kingdom.)
- Codes of Conduct for Multinationals (International Labour Office)
Provides ethical standards for multinational businesses. (The ILO is in the United Kingdom.)
- Corporate Codes of Conduct (International Labour Office)
Provides a guide for developing and implementing ethical standards. (The ILO is in the United Kingdom.)
- International Trade - Government Support (International Trade Administration)
Provides support to American businesses for international trade. 8-02
- Ochoa, Digna (Amnesty International)
Explains why the Mexican rights activist is a heroine. 9-02
- 10-20-02 Fewer Young People Are Voting (International Herald Tribune - Goldstein and Morin)
"In 1974, about 30 percent of all 25-year-olds voted. Next month, 23 percent are expected to vote. If those trends continue, only about 19 percent will vote in 2022.
- 1-11-03 Atomic Agency Challenges Bush's Key Claim Against Iraq (International Herald Tribune)
"The key piece of evidence that President George W. Bush has cited as proof that Saddam Hussein has sought to revive his program to make nuclear weapons has been challenged by the International Atomic Energy Agency."
"But Mohamed ElBaradei, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, offered a sharply different assessment in a report to the UN Security Council. ElBaradei said Iraqi officials had claimed that they sought the tubes to make 81-mm rockets. ElBaradei indicated that he thought the Iraqi claim was credible." 1-03
- 01-25-03 International Internet Attack Stopped (USAToday.com)
"A fast-spreading, virus-like infection dramatically slowed Internet traffic Saturday, overwhelming the world's digital pipelines and interfering with Web browsing and e-mail delivery." 1-03
- International Development and Humanitarian Organizations (Interaction)
"InterAction is the largest alliance of U.S.-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations." List key organizations providing assistance in each global campaign.
- U.S. and Britain Provided Fake Evidence of Nuclear Efforts by Iraq (United Press International)
"Some evidence linking Iraq to a nuclear weapons program appears to have been fabricated, the Washington Post reported Saturday. The faked evidence was described as a series of letters between Iraqi agents and officials in Niger."
"The correspondence was deemed 'not authentic' after careful scrutiny by U.N. and independent experts, Mohamed ElBaradei, director-general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told the U.N. Security Council."
"The documents had been given to the U.N. inspectors by Britain and reviewed extensively by U.S. intelligence. The forgers had made relatively crude errors that eventually gave them away -- including names and titles that did not match up with the individuals who held office at the time the letters were purportedly written, the Post report said."
" 'We fell for it,' said one U.S. official who reviewed the documents." 3-03
- Fragile Treasures of the World at Risk in Iraq (International Herald Tribune - Melikian)
"Within weeks, some of the most important monuments, works of art and written archives of the history of East and West could be at risk."
"If war breaks out in Iraq, the dangers threatening a cultural heritage - which matters not only to the land where the monuments stand and the artistic treasures were excavated, but also to our world - will be manifold."
"The harm caused by the Gulf War in 1991 was severe." 3-03
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