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1. "European Parliament Appeals To Gov. Ridge"
by Julia Wright. 12/18/98 Text of european Parliament Resolution, JAMAL NEWS SERVICE 12/18/98 the tabling, at the 1999 session of the United Nations general Assembly in New York, of a motion for
" European Parliament Appeals to Gov. Ridge" by Julia Wright 12/18/98 Text of European Parliament Resolution JAMAL NEWS SERVICE -12/18/98 Responding to an invitation by Madame Aline Pailler who belongsto the United European left group of the French European Parliament two organizations (International Concerned Family and Friends forMumia Abu-Jamal/France and the Leonard Peltier SupportCommittee/France) invited to the palace of Europe in Strasbourg,France, a delegation representative of the increasing momentum ofour united front for the abolition of the Death penalty in the UnitedStates. The response by an indignant group of European Parliamentarianswas both supportive, informed and action-oriented. SeveralParliament members spoke forcefully in favor of Economic pressure tobe placed on the United States when such agreements are beingnegotiated with European member states (see Clause 5 of theResolution adopted on Dec. 17). Later in the day (Dec. 16th) at a well attended press conference withthe European Parliament, Angela Davis made a passionate appeal toworld opinion and to the European Community to focus on helping tosave the life of Mumia Abu-Jamal, "an eminent champion of humanrights, indeed a human rights defender" whose case has become alandmark challenge within the struggle to abolish the death penalty.As a former journalist, Julia Wright appealed to all the journalistspresent at the press conference to be supportive of Mumia Abu-Jamal,a fellow journalist and colleague, whose highly acclaimedinvestigations into the Philadelphia police brutality onslaughtstargeting the organization Move and whose articles written when hewas a teenaged member of the Black Panther Party marked him forthe infamous 1981 frame-up.

2. CIA - The World Factbook -- Denmark
Viking raiders and later a major north european power, Denmark has evolved into amodern, prosperous nation that is participating in the general political and
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4. Crisis Preparedness from the Department of Homeland Protection Division, Office of general CounselTravel Tips european Center for Disaster Medicine; european Commission
U.S. Department of State
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Crisis Awareness and Preparedness
Current Crisis Overseas Crisis Awareness Keeping Informed About A Crisis: When a crisis occurs abroad involving large numbers of U.S. citizens, such as a natural disaster, transportation accident, civil or political unrest or a terrorist incident, the Department of State and the U.S. Embassy abroad utilize a variety of means of communicating with the American public, including the Internet. Monitoring the Consular Updates on the Internet: Monitor the Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs home page and the home page for the U.S. Embassy in the foreign country for up-to-date information about the crisis. Communicating With Families of U.S. Citizens Involved in a Crisis: Families in the United States whose U.S. citizen relatives abroad are directly affected by the crisis can also communicate with the Department of State through our Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management at (202) 647-5225. If a 24-hour task force or working group is established in the Department of State Operations Center to manage the crisis, you will be directed to the Task Force at (202) 647-0900. Letting Your Family Know You Are Okay: If a crisis occurs in a country you are visiting, contact your family in the United States to reassure them regarding your safety.

5. National Preferences And International Institutions Evidence From
the first place. I evaluate two general explanations of national prefer decisionmakers by the late 1980s and that european gov- ernments willingly accepted German terms for monetary

6. Local Government International Bureau
Vacancies in the european Parliament The european Parliament s Secretariat is PolicyDepartment A (Scientific Policy) of the Directorategeneral for External

What is the LGIB News Policy and good practice ... Advanced
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Internship placements

The European Secretariat of ICLEI, the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives is offering two, six month internships based in Freiburg, Germany, with a gross salary of 620. The first is a Sustainable Procurement Assistant, and the second a Conference Assistant at ICLEI's International Training Centre.
Click on the link above for more details and how to apply.
Developing knowledge - your help is needed!

The UK Local Government Alliance for International Development reminds local authorities to fill in a survey sent to them, which focuses on the role of local authorities in international development issues.
Click on the link above for more details and to download a copy of the survey.

7. Louis L. Manderino Library: Foreign Governments And International Agencies Resou
Dict Encyclopedias. Education. gov't, general. gov't, Federal. gov't, State. gov't, Foreign Intern'l Direct link for oncampus users only.) european Union (EU) Law
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    Library Hours Library Info HELP! Foreign Governments and International Agencies Resources
    These resources will help you learn about foreign governments and international agencies. Learn more about the meaning of the availability and coverage descriptions of these resources. Country Profiles (LexisNexis)
    Available on/off-campus
    Direct link for on-campus users only European Union (EU) Law (LexisNexis)
    Legal information and documents from the European Union (EU), including: EU Legislation, EU Parliamentary Questions, EU Preparatory ActsAbstracts, and EU Treaties. A full-text resource. Click on link, then > Legal Research > EU Law (CELEX). Available on/off-campus
    Direct link for on-campus users only International Governmental Organizations
    A large number of links to international organizations and governments. Fairly well organized in an alphabetical, hierarchical fashion. The whole list is on one long "page," so use the the "Find" function of your browser to search for a particular term in the list. United Nations
    United Nations information, documents, activities, conferences, etc.
  • 8. Scottish Executive: Devolved Government Accountable To Parliament Of Scotland
    Progress on regional fisheries management european Fisheries Ministers agree frameworkand Scottish Procurement Directorate A general guide to public sector
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    Welcome Failte Welcome to Executive Online, official website of the Scottish Executive, the devolved government for Scotland. Back to contents
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    9. Catalog 1999-2001, General - History & Government
    TWU Catalog 19992001, general History government page. Catalog 1999-2001, general. Printer-friendly. A-Z Sitemap 1023; HIST 1013 and 1023 and either gov 2013 or 2023 economics, and politics from european contact through World War I
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    Department of History and Government
    Chair: Jim R. Alexander, Ph.D., Professor
    Location: CFO 605
    Telephone: (940) 898-2133
    Telefax: (940) 898-2130
    Faculty: Professors J. Alexander, V. Belfiglio,S. Buckley, D. DeMoss,
    T. Hoye, H. Landry, B. Presnall, I. Scobie; Associate Professors, L. Hodges, J. Lawhon, P. Travis; Associate Visiting Professors R. Fichtner, J. Robb; Lecturer II: P. Devereaux; Lecturers I: M. Campbell, A. Johnson, C. Wright
    The Department of History and Government offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Arts degrees with majors in either history or government; and the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in criminal justice. The criminal justice major is offered jointly by the Department of History and Government and the Department of Sociology and Social Work. Special emphases in politics, legal studies, and public service are available. The department also offers a minor in history, government, or criminal justice as well as programs leading to teacher certification at various levels. The department provides pre-law advising for students (see pre-law). For information concerning the Master of Arts degree, see the Graduate Catalog.

    in general and Executive positions in particular. Focused and welltimed interventionswith the Corps have the potential to achieve influence on european
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    This document is also available in pdf format Foreword by the Minister for Finance and Public Services Europe is of massive importance to Scotland. But we are determined also to play a proactive role in Europe. Over the first Parliament the Scottish Executive substantially raised its profile in the EU. Scotland is now firmly established as a leading legislative region in Europe. In the second Parliament we will build on that success. We are determined to seize the many opportunities for improving the lives of the people of Scotland that active engagement in Europe brings. We will promote Scotland, with its new Parliament, as one of the leading regions in the EU, with a thriving and dynamic economy. We will also continue to protect Scottish interests. We will work with our strategic partners in Scotland to achieve the best results for Scotland. Andy Kerr, MSP

    11. Product And Home Safety
    of other nursery products is controlled by the general Product Safety Regulations1994 with reference to various relevant British and european safety standards
    Product and Home Safety General Product Safety Product Recall Product Liability Safety of Services ... Contacts The Trading Standards Central web site contains a list of product safety notices/recalls General Product Safety The General Product Safety Regulations 1994 The Regulations transpose the current General Product Safety Directive (ref. 92/59/EEC). They apply to new and second-hand consumer products, except products that are covered by specific European safety legislation. Products covered include (but are not restricted to) clothing, medicines, primary agricultural and horticultural products, DIY tools and equipment, food and drink, household goods, nursery goods, chemicals and pesticides and motor vehicles. The Regulations place a general duty on all suppliers of consumer goods to supply products that are safe in normal or reasonably foreseeable use. View on-line.

    12. Match Funding For The European Structural Funds
    However, the european Secretariats in the regional government Offices general enquiriesabout the Structural Funds should be email
    The European Structural Funds provide grants to support projects to promote social and economic regeneration and competitiveness. The funds operate throughout the UK although most of the funding is concentrated on areas of greatest need – so-called Objective 1 and 2 areas. The funds support infrastructure projects, existing and new businesses, research and development, training, job creation and rural and environmental development. Match Funding
    Match funding the European Structural Funds meet only a proportion of the cost of any project. The precise proportion that the Funds will contribute to a particular project depends on several factors, including the type of activity and where it takes place. Typically the funds can meet up to 50% of costs and more in Objective 1 areas, though lower rates apply to certain types of activity. The rest of the cost of a project has to be funded from national sources, which can be either public or private sector – this is called match funding. This information is a guide to the public sector programmes, initiatives and funds that can be used as match funding for the European Structural Funds in England. It is not an exhaustive list as such schemes may change from time to time.

    13. Interdisciplinary General Education: Questioning Outside The Lines (softcover)
    AP Environ Science. AP european History. AP general Info. AP German. AP gov't Politics. AP Human Geography AP English Lit. AP european History. AP general Info. AP Psychology

    14. Court Service
    own web address at for Work and Pensions Attorney general sReference N european Judicial Atlas This provides userfriendly access to
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    Welsh / Cymraeg Selected leaflets are available in these languages:
    Chinese Printable Version 09 June 2004 XHIBIT now provides information about hearings in the Crown Court in Chelmsford, Basildon and Southend.
    The Commercial Court now has its own web address at Money Claim Online (MCOL) is the Court Service's Internet based service for claimants and defendants. Use this simple, convenient and secure process to make or respond to a money claim on the internet. You can now submit any comments you have about the service using our online feedback form Guide to E-mailing the Civil and Family Courts. Guidance for court users about communicating and filing certain documents at specified county courts and the Commercial Court by e-mail.
    The Hutton Inquiry website
    What's New This is a list of items added to our website over recent weeks.

    Deputy Assistant Attorney general DiGregory’s Remarks before the european Parliamenton International Cooperation in Combating Cybercrime, September 19, 2000.
    Computer Crime and
    Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)
    International Aspects of Computer Crime
  • Council of Europe
    Recommendation 95(13)
    OECD Guidelines for Cryptography Policy

  • With the explosive growth of the Internet worldwide, computer crimes increasingly are prone to have international dimensions. Some of the challenges faced by law enforcement on the international front include: harmonization of countries' criminal laws; locating and identifying perpetrators across borders; and securing electronic evidence of their crimes so that they may be brought to justice. Complex jurisdictional issues arise at each step. The Department of Justice is working with foreign governments through many channels to address global threats related to computer crime.
    A. Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention On November 23, 2001, in Budapest, Hungary, the United States and 29 other countries signed the Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention, the first multilateral instrument drafted to address the problems posed by the spread of criminal activity on computer networks. The Cybercrime Convention will require parties to establish laws against cybercrime, to ensure that their law enforcement officials have the necessary procedural authorities to investigate and prosecute cybercrime offenses effectively, and to provide international cooperation to other parties in the fight against computer-related crime.

    16. European Gypsy Moth - General Public Health Information
    european Gypsy Moths. Printer friendly version of complete document(444 KB PDF). Top. Next Page What is the european Gypsy Moth?
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    • European Gypsy Moth Home What is the European Gypsy Moth? Why are gypsy moths a problem? How do gypsy moths arrive in Washington ... (444 KB PDF)
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      Photo: Ronald Kelley, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation European Gypsy Moths April 2004
      • The European Gypsy Moth has been a serious pest of forest, fruit, and shade trees in the eastern United States for about 100 years. Occasional local infestations have been detected in Washington State since 1974. The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) has successfully eradicated each infestation. Communities and citizens often want to understand the health risks associated with the WSDA eradication efforts and learn more about gypsy moth control options.

    17. Regional Indicators: European Union (EU)
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    Home Country Analysis Briefs Regional Indicators: European Union (EU) PDF version PDB version December 200 Background Energy Oil Natural Gas ... Links Regional Indicators: European Union (EU)
    The European Union, with increasingly integrated economies and energy sectors, is the world's second-largest energy consumer (behind the United States). EU members include: Austria Belgium Denmark Finland ... Sweden , and the United Kingdom Note: Information contained in this report is the best available as of December 2003 and is subject to change. BACKGROUND
    The European Union (EU) was founded as the European Economic Community (EEC) by the Treaty of Rome in 1957 to promote economic and political integration in Europe. The founding of the EEC followed the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community, established after World War II as a means of promoting integration among former enemies. The EEC has expanded from its original six members (Belgium, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and The Netherlands) to include the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Denmark in 1973; Greece in 1981; Spain and Portugal in 1986; and Austria, Finland, and Sweden (former members of the European Free Trade Association) in 1995. On May 1, 2004, the EU plans to expand its membership from 15 to 25. The new members include: Poland; the Czech Republic; Slovakia; Hungary; Estonia; Latvia; Lithuania; Slovenia; Malta, and Cyprus. Romania and Bulgaria are also expecting to join in 2007.

    18. Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Of Latvia: Home Page
    participating in the meeting of the EU general Affairs and foreign policy aims ieintegration into the european Union and 121 Website
    Current News Policy About Ministry Consular Issues ... Consular assistance in emergency situations Home Page FOREIGN POLICY NEWS Visa requirements lifted for citizens of Latvia travelling to Guatemala [04 Jun 2004] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the Government of Guatemala has passed a decision concerning the visa regime for the citizens of Latvia. The decision provides for visa-free travel to Guatemala and stay there up to 90 days for citizens of Latvia travelling to this country as tourists as of 1 June 2004. "Latvian Blues Band" performs in Greece [03 Jun 2004] The Latvian Blues Band is participating in a jazz festival that is taking place from 1 to 6 June 2004 in Athens. The festival, attracting this year bands from 21 countries, is organized by the Municipality of Athens in cooperation with embassies of the involved countries in Athens. The festival has already become a tradition since this is the fourth year that the festival is held. It is, however, the first time that Latvia and nine other new member states of the EU have been invited to participate in the festival. Latvia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs the United States about sinking of ship "Astrida"

    19. GOEM: European Home
    mailing if european Structural Funding in the EastMidlands is divided be applied for differ, there are general principles that
    home latest search links ... help european European Home European Latest Objective 2 Objective 3 ... Contact Us About these European pages Latest European Update (26 May 2004)
    The Alliance SSP
    has launched its Single Pot Commissioning Round for Transport and Infrastructure Projects
    - All latest updates can be found here These pages have been developed into a key tool for disseminating information on the European Structural Funds programmes in the region. The website now holds key documents relevant to the delivery of the Objective 2 and Objective 3 programmes. Any news related to the work of the teams in the European Funding Secretariat will be placed in the latest section. There are also pages covering publicity, publications and a links page to other relevant sites. Further background information on European Funding can be found by following the links below: The Role of the European Funding Secretariat An Introduction to the European Structural Funds The Objectives of the Structural Funds Let us know what you think and would like to see on these European Funding pages by e-mailing

    20. GOEM: European - Objective 2 - ESF - How To Apply - General Bidding Guidance
    How to Apply general Bidding Guidance. arrowGlossary of Terms Dictionary of Europeanphrases and terms. 971 2404 E-mail
    home latest search links ... help european European Home European Latest Objective 2 Eligible Areas ... Contact Us How to Apply - General Bidding Guidance Set out as a series of questions and answers this information covers the most basic aspects of how ESF direct bidding operates. Is my project proposal eligible? Before beginning the process of actually applying for ESF it is important to read all the available guidance to ensure that your proposal will meet all the eligibility criteria for ESF support. This web site provides you with all this information or the links to where it can be found. When a bidding round is launched the European Secretariat produce regional guidance to inform the process. This guidance is in the form of pre-bidding guidance that explains the process and includes an expression of interest form and more specific application guidance for those organisations that express an interest in bidding. Applicant organisations must ensure they read this guidance carefully. 2004 Pre Bidding Guidance
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