This report is the proceedings of the fifth biennial meeting of the International Human Rights Network of Academies and Scholarly Societies. (The international Network, created in 1993, consists of 60 national academies and scholarly societies around the world that work to address serious science and human rights issues of mutual concern. The Committee on Human Rights of the U.S. National Academies serves as the Network's secretariat.) The meeting was held on May 10 and 11, 2001, at the Palais de l'Institut de France in Paris. The main events of the meeting were a semipublic symposium, entitled Human Rights and the Scientific Community, and a workshop on a variety of topics related to science, engineering, and health in the human rights context.
National Research Council. 2003. International Human Rights Network of Academies and Scholarly Societies: Proceedings - Symposium and Fifth Biennial Meeting, Paris, May 10-11, 2001. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10706.
|2 Commonalities Between Requirements for the ERA and Requirements for Other Activities||15-18|
|3 Specific Lessons to be Learned from the SDSC Demonstration Projects||19-23|
|Appendix A: Background on NARA and the ERA Program||71-79|
|Appendix B: Conclusions from the General Acounting Office Report Information Management: Challenges in Managing and Preserving Electronic Records||80-80|
|Appendix C: Briefers to the Study Committee||81-82|
|What Is CSTB?||83-83|
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