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  1. Living and office operating costs in Brazil (Special circular / Division of Regional Information, Latin American Section) by Ralph H Ackerman, 1938
  2. Children's literature initiative in Mexico: the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award and the Swedish Institute join Latin American focus on children's literature.(Event ... article from: The Australian Library Journal by Anna Cokorilo, 2005-11-01
  3. Economic issues, especially unemployment, cloud Latin American future: Regional trade agreements seen as most beneficial (Opinion analysis) by Barbara Smela, 1994
  4. Research Firm Blazes Database Trail in Latin America.(Technology User Database, Latin America is creating Latin American technology needs database)(Brief ... An article from: San Diego Business Journal by Tim Coffey, 2001-02-12
  5. Where does a road show sit? (Multi Image Productions' traveling road show educates Latin American travel agents on American Airlines' history and plans) ... An article from: San Diego Business Journal by Rick Dower, 1991-08-26
  6. Breast still best (and Better Yet, Toxic-Free)!(Such sweet poison: chemicals in our environment and women's health)(evaluated information on breastfeeding): An article from: Women's Health Journal
  7. Regional Lesbian Network. (On-Line Resources).(Brief Article): An article from: Women's Health Journal
  8. Information, communications and new technologies: a strategic objective. (Human rights: unfinished business).: An article from: Women's Health Collection by Montserrat Boix, 2003-01-01
  9. Debora Tajer: "we need much more information on the impact of health sector reform".: An article from: Women's Health Journal by Adriana Gomez, 2003-04-01
  10. A Taste of Latino Cultures Un Toque de Sabor Latino: A Bilingual, Educational Cookbook Un Libro de Cocina Bilingue y Educativo by George Kunzel, 2005-10-30
  11. U.S. drug assistance, regional cooperation needed (Opinion research memorandum) by Nancy C Llach, 1993
  12. American Millennium granted GlobalWave service provider license for South America from NSI global. (Regional).: An article from: Latin America Telecom
  13. Promoting Women's Human Rights. (On-Line Resources).(Brief Article): An article from: Women's Health Journal
  14. Manufacturing in Mexico (Special circular) by George Wythe, 1934

research on Chicanos/Mexican americans latin American regional Reports " "latin America Weekly Report " and other specialized newsletters. Also contains subscription information
LA GUIA, Internet Resources for Latin America, Molly Molloy Molly E. Molloy, This new version of LA GUIA is still under construction! I have made links back to some sections of the previous version when appropriate. See document.write("Page last updated on "); document.writeln(document.lastModified); Border Studies InternshipGeorge Mason University, Summer 2004, Students will have the opportunity to intern with organizations in the New Mexico/Texas/Chihuahua border area and participate in academic seminars and site visits to Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua City and Cuauhtémoc, Mexico. In addition, students will see the border through the perspective of the U. S. Border Patrol, the Mexican Consulate and the U. S. Consulate in Cd. Juárez. Walking and driving tours will allow students to feel what it is like to live in the border region.
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2. UNDP - United Nations Development Programme - Latin America And The Caribbean
The regional Bureau for latin America and the Caribbean (RBLAC with almost all latin americans now living under elected click here for more information. Country Office Websites
Latin America and the Caribbean - French News: À la une
Spanish News: Primicias Introduction Serving region's people through good times and bad UNDP has offices in 24 countries and supports 44 country programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean. It has served the region's people through good times and bad, for over three decades, and has witnessed, indeed often supported, transitions from dictatorship to democracy. Many high-ranking officials in government or heading national institutions have at one time or another benefited from UNDP fellowships to enhance their knowledge abroad. Playing a neutral role but nevertheless committed to the well-being of the people it serves, UNDP offers policy advice on sensitive socio-economic and political development issues, pulls in expertise and experience from different countries within the region and around the world, and supports governments in planning and managing development programmes. The decentralized presence of UNDP allows its office in a country to respond to the specific needs and concerns of the government and people of that country. In addition, UNDP regional managers develop sub-regional strategies within a five-year (2000-2005) programme to meet the needs of clusters of countries sharing common problems.

3. Western Hemisphere Affairs -- US Dept. Of State -- Bureau Of International Infor
Latest news. regional news. En español latin americans in U.S. Sending $30 Billion Home in 2004 State's Bureau of International information Programs ( Links

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Intellectual Property Cultural Property ... Migration BIOGRAPHIES Otto J. Reich Roger Noriega RESOURCES US Embassies State Department Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Declaration on Security in the Americas (OAS) State Department ... Int'l Organizations The Americas FEATURE
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell talks during a news conference in Quito, Ecuador, Monday, June 7, 2004. Powell is participating in the XXXIV OAS General Assembly. (AP Photo/Patricio Realpe) Powell Urges OAS to Continue Fight Against Corruption The Organization of American States (OAS) must not only take a strong stand against corruption in the Western Hemisphere, but must also establish mechanisms to assist individual countries to combat the problem, according to Secretary of State Colin Powell. Complete Text Radio Interview Former Costa Rican President Elected New OAS Secretary-General Miguel Angel Rodriguez, a former president of Costa Rica, has been elected the new secretary-general of the Organization of American States (OAS). Complete Text U.S., Mexico Work Together to Arrest Kingpins of Mexican Drug Group

4. Primary & Secondary Education In Latin America - LANIC
Primary Secondary Education. This page is designed to provide resources for parents, educators, and students. more indepth information, please visit the Text Archive for latin America Except Mexico regional Educational Laboratory. Learning Adventures in Citizenship PBS. New americans PBS
This page is designed to provide resources for parents, educators, and students. You will find resources for language, history, and geography classes, among others, as well as many for native speakers of Spanish and Portuguese. There is a vast range of resources on innumerable subjects that could be of use to students, parents, and teachers at the secondary education level. Where advanced students need more in-depth information, please visit the appropriate country or subject page or pages on LANIC . The Site Map contains alphabetical lists of the country and subject pages, and the Countries page lists countries by region: Caribbean, Central America, South America, and North America.
Regional Resources
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5. Art In Latin America - LANIC
Chicanos, latin americans, latin America in the USA regional Resources. 1492 An Ongoing Voyage Library of Art, Design, Architecture Media information Gateway. Art in Context
Country Resources

6. Latin Americans - Latin American Studies
Caribbean News and information. Internet Resources For latin America, NMSU regional Analysis. Centro de Investigación Económica y Contact latin americans ©. 1996-2002
Culture General Economics ... Travel Academic General Information Economics History Culture Government

7. Regional Information: New Mexico
Psychiatry; Tribal Governments and Native americans; US Environmental Protection AgencyRegion 6 Tribes; in Spanish; LANIC (latin American Network information
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Regional Information: New Mexico
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Nicknamed "The Land of Enchantment," New Mexico is the fifth largest state in the US with an area of 121,598 square miles. The state's relatively small population of 1,829,146 is ethnically diverse. About 42% of the population is of Hispanic origin, 44% is White and 9.5% is of American Indian heritage. More than one-third of the nation's Navajo population resides here. There are four Indian reservations in the state: Jicarilla Apache, Mescalero Apache, Navajo Nation and Ute Mountain. Nineteen pueblos are located in seven counties throughout the state. The state is home to four Tribal Colleges: Crownpoint Institute of Technology Dine College-Shiprock Institute of American Indian Arts and Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute . Thirty percent of the state's total population resides in its two largest cities: Albuquerque and the state capitol

8. Latin America And The Caribbean - Home Page
ESMAP Landfill Gas (LFG) Governance and information Technology Workshop Water Week 2003 Presentations from latin America the Caribbean regional meeting,

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9. Home Page - Environment
and (d) meetings with regional indigenous organizations are intended to provide relevant information to support rule in many smogfilled latin American cities.

10. U.S. Collecting Information On Latin Americans
The US Justice Department contracted ChoicePoint, Inc. from Georgia to collect personal information on up to 300m people in latin America. The US claims this project is an effort to improve its

11. KWSnet International: Regional, Country Information Index
A directory of regional and international resources. is an independent regional information resource centre involved in network of Cuban americans that educates on issues the Carribean .
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  • A-Z of African Studies on the Internet - Guide to Internet sites and email/discussion list addresses and any other e-resources of relevance to Africa or African studies.
  • AdmiNet - Africa - Directory of links organized by country and topic.
  • Africa Action - The work of Africa Action is grounded in the history and purpose of its predecessor organizations, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) The Africa Fund , and the Africa Policy Information Center (APIC) , which have fought for freedom and justice in Africa since 1953. Continuing this tradition, Africa Action seeks to re-shape U.S. policy toward African countries.
  • Africa Web Links - On-going project at University of Pennsylvania to list on-line resources related to African Studies.

12. The Infography About Latin America -- History -- Afro-Latin Americans
Sources recommended by a professor whose research specialty is latin America. Veracruz Race, Ethnicity, and regional Development (University of Texas
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Latin America History Afro-Latin Americans
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Latin America.
Six Superlative Sources
Carl N. Degler, Neither Black nor White: Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States (Macmillan, 1971) Herbert S. Klein, African Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean (Oxford University Press, 1986) Peter Wade, Blackness and Race Mixture: The Dynamics of Racial Identity in Colombia (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993) Robin Moore, Nationalizing Blackness: Afrocubanismo and Artistic Revolution in Havana, 1920-1940 (University of Pittsburgh Press, 1997) Miguel Barnet, Biography of a Runaway Slave, 3rd edition (Curbstone Press, 1994) Carlos Diegues (director), Quilombo (New Yorker Films, 1984)
Other Excellent Sources
Bobby Vaughn's Black Mexico Homepage Afro-Cuba Web Raca Magazine University of California at Berkeley Bibliographic Resources on Blacks in Latin America University of Texas at Austin, Benson Library Bibliographic Resources on Blacks in Latin America and the Caribbean

13. Events: World Summit On The Information Society
PREPARATORY PROCESS regional CONFERENCES. latin America and the Caribbean regional Conference Bávaro (Dominican Republic), 29-31 January 2003. Documents.
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Sergipe S/A (regional business); Set culture); Solutions Integrator (information technology); Som Telepress latinoamerica (latin American telecommunications news
Latin American Magazines
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15. World Area Studies Internet Resources
latin American News (by Country) USCD latin American News Electronically. information Net Project RAITnet regional Arab information Technology Network
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A. Krivenyshev's World Time Zone Map: Worldwide Local Time
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International Studies Association Network
Canada: International Development Research Centre CIESIN: Consortium for International Earth Science Information SEDAC: Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center Millennium Institute CUSD: World Religion Resources on the Web Galaxy: World Communities Suite 101: International Development International Relations Yahoo: Country Listings CIA World Factbook and Other Publications Lib. Congress: Country Studies/Area Handbook Program United Nations Index U. Mich. Documents Center: U.S. Agency for International Development U.S. Peace Corps USIA: Response To Terrorism U.S. State Dept.:

16. Latin America And The Caribbean
Notes Organization of American States US Department of State Bureau of latin American and Caribbean Affairs Country and regional information Bureau of Western
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Anguilla Dominica Navassa Island Antigua and Barbuda ... Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Paraguay Barbados French Guiana Peru ... Virgin Islands
Guides to many sources
Latin American Studies via University of Texas.
LANIC The Latin American Network Information Center's directory of internet resources, arranged by country and by subject. Also covers regional resources. The Newsroom features articles and links related to recent events. Searchable. Links to Latin American Search Engines. University of Texas.
Internet Resources for Latin America
Latin American Studies via Yahoo!

17. Inter-American Development Bank
, Remittances from the US to latin America. •, Improving revenue collection. . . . . . . . . . •, Policy on information Disclosure. •, regional Initiatives.
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... Approved Loans Resources Library Public Information Center Cultural Center INDES Institute ... Reducing poverty through education and job training A $30.6 million IDB concessional loan to Honduras will support the country in achieving the goals of its poverty reduction strategy, increasing the coverage of quality secondary education and improving the job skills of youth and adults. Read more A market for greenhouse gas emissions Latin America and the Caribbean could benefit from a growing financial market that trades emissions-related securities. That market helps meet global goals while making polluters support cleaner technologies. Read more More Headlines Better managing public finances Aid in wake of floods Fresh funds for environmental projects IDB salutes new OAS Secretary General ... Haitian art exhibit Key Documents The Project Supervision System: An Evaluation of use of its instruments 2004 Work Program of the Board of Executive Directors (pdf)

18. Latin America S Adolescents Demand More Health Information, Study
the same time are eager for even more information. was produced as part of a regional project called COMSALUD, which helps latin American journalism and

19. Regional Office For Communication And Information For Latin America And The Cari
regional Office for Communication and information for latin America and the Caribbean INTRODUCTION AND FRAMEWORK The latin America and Caribbean region contain
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20. Regional Office For Communication And Information For Latin America And The Cari
regional Office for Communication and information for latin America and the Caribbean. INTRODUCTION AND FRAMEWORK The latin America
Regional Office for Communication and Information for Latin America and the Caribbean
Politically, the region is largely stable, most countries having achieved the basic workings of democracy, although suffering the consequences of outdated economic models.
Regarding informatics and infostructure opportunities and challenges, 7% of the population has access to the Internet, whereas computer and software sales are estimated surpass 20 billion dollars in the present year. Telecommunication services are currently undergoing a widespread expansion process. Altogether, this area offers advantages vis-à-vis Information Society development.
Other common features that pose a challenge are the region's unequal distribution of wealth, high unemployment rates, inadequate health services and insufficient educational and cultural opportunities, affecting at least 60% of the population.
Member States of the region have voiced their concern to become fully-fledged partners in the global information society, urging the creation of a Regional Information Society Programme. In this context, the strategy will be to broaden activities, more particularly the INFOLAC programme, to support reflection on strategies, actions, co-ordination and organisation mechanisms that may ensure an effective integration of all Member States in Latin America and the Caribbean into the information society. Strategic alliances with other United Nations agencies, IGOs, NGOs and financial institutions shall be strengthened, aimed at developing an overall coherent regional approach.

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