WHAT'S NEW IN INES?
Dateline: October 25, 1999
This is a weekly electronic information service of 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. 41/1999
MEMBER ORGANISATIONS' AND PROJECT GROUPS' NEWS
Japan Scientists' Association (JSA)
The JSA reports in the latest issue of "The Bulletin of JSA" (No. 72/September 25, 1999) about the last General Assembly held in May this year, on an international conference by Student Pugwash USA, and about nationwide gatherings as well as districts' and branches' activities (the JSA consists of 47 branches which are grouped into 9 districts).
Also, the article "The Obuchi Cabinet Jeopardizes Democracy" is being published.
JSA Fax: (81-3) 3813 2363 [no email indicated]
More on the CTBT defeat by the US Senate
Re: INESAP Information Bulletin No. 17
Dr. Juergen Scheffran informs that the complete issue of the INESAP Information Bulletin No. 17 is donwloadable as a pdf-file from: http://www.tu-darmstadt.de/ze/ianus/inesap/current.html
[NOTE that for reading and printing of pdf-files you need an Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you need a URL from which you can download this software, please let me know; the ed.]
Abolition 2000 homepage: http://www.abolition2000.org
Grassroots News: http://www.napf.org/abolition2000/news/
Abolition 2000 Grassroots Newsletter October 1999
This is to inform you about the latest issue which carries, among other things, the following articles:
Also in this issue:
For a Newsletter copy, contact Carah Lynn Ong, Coordinator, Abolition 2000:
Draft Letter to Tony Blair
Commander Robert D Green, Royal Navy (Retired) and Chair of the World Court Project UK, has recently drafted a Letter to Tony Blair which, by referring to the British Government announcement of July 1998 it would cut Britain's nuclear arsenal by a third to less than 200 Warheads, urges the British Prime Minister "to call on the other leaders of the nuclear states to join you in immediately opening negotiations on a treaty to eliminate" nuclear weapons. You can get this Draft Letter from:
< > (refer to the subject line "Going for Blair")
New publications re WTO and MAI
STOP PRESS: With regard to the forthcoming WTO Ministerial Meeting at Seattle, USA, a new website has been set up: http://www.seattle99.org If you have suggestions and additions for the page, contact Bill Aal at:
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CONFERENCES - MEETINGS - SEMINARS
Events listed here are being published only once due to limited space. Changes, however, will be taken into account (marked with ''UPDATE'')
UPDATE: All Africa Peace Conference (AAPC)
Main theme: "Citizens' Agenda for Peace, Health and Justice in the 21st Century"
For programme details, contact Programme Co-ordinator Mr. Opiyo Makoude:
For details on registration and accommodation, contact: Paul Saoke
Or: Sarah Njeri
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