Dateline: 22 July 1999

WNII is an electronic information service of INES,
the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility

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INES Congress 2000

''Challenges for Science and Engineering in the 21st Century''

Stockholm, 14-18 June 2000


 INES 2000 Conference Secretariat: mailto:

CONTENTS of WNII No. 29/1999

No new or changed email or web addresses in this issue.
NOTE: All INES e-mail addresses and homepages are available upon request from: <>


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"SEU TIMES" 5/6-99

"SEU TIMES" is the electronic newsletter of the "Socio-Ecological Union", one of the Russian INES member organsiations. Its May-June issue of this year has the following contents:

"SEU TIMES" special issue on the release of Grigoriy Pasko

In a special SEU Times issue of 20 July 1999, SEU informs about the release of Grigoriy Pasko with the article below [edited]. Previously, INES had expressed its support for Pasko. 

For the first time in Russian history, the Federal Security Bureau (FSB) failed in an espionage suit. According to the Russian Pacific Military Court Pasko is free of charge of espionage, but he is guilty of "misapplying his position" and should be amnestied. The judge has also issued special document indicating all the FSB's investigating bodies offences against the law discovered during the process.

The Vladivostok Military Court received more than 23,000 letters of support to Grigoriy Pasko from all over the world. We express our gratitude to everyone who contributed to the case by sending protests, covering events, distributing the information etc! This is our common victory!

Mr. Pasko, a commander in the Russian Navy, the correspondent of the newspaper of the Russian Navy in Pacific Ocean, "Boyevaya Vakhta"(Vladivostok), was in custody for 20 months. Pasko was arrested in November 20, 1997 on his way back from Japan. He was accused of high treason.

We will keep you informed.

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Earth Summit III 2002 at CSD 8

The CSD (UN Commission on sustainable Development) NGO Steering Committee has been initiating a series of informal discussions in preparation for this event. The purpose has been to raise or identify the major critical issues to be addressed and to highlight the process steps necessary to ensure the Summit's success.

The result of these discussions has been the production of an Earth Summit III non-paper. In consideration of the decision at CSD 7 to have further discussions on the Modalities for Earth Summit III, to take place at CSD 8, the CSD NGO Steering Committee is currently circulating this paper for further comment and input.

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Events listed here are being published only once due to limited space.  Changes, however, will be taken into account (marked with ''UPDATE'')

ICEA 8th World Conference on Community Education Program

For more details,   mailto:

NOTE: For the entire programme including all organisational details, you can also obtain from WNII Editor either
a) a 900kb email attachment (Word 6.doc) or b) an email version (text copied in an email message)
Sorry for the very late announcement, but I did not receive this information earlier.

T. Damjanov

Southern Agenda for the Next Millennium:  Role of the Civil Society

A conference parallel to the G-15 Trade Ministers meeting (17-18 August) to deliberate on the current international trade policy issues from the civil societies' perspective so as to promote South-South civil society cooperation; evolve a synergistic position; and take forward well-argued viewpoints and concerns on sustainable development in the South to the Seattle Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation.

For more details,  mailto:       http://www.cuts-india.org

Second World Water Forum   http://www.worldwaterforum.org

For more details, contact the Project Secretariat c/o Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DML/PS)   mailto:

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