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Further advice on access to Internet

With the rapid expansion of the Internet, more and more partners in the UNEVOC Network have direct access to the World Wide Web. For those who do not have such access yet, UNESCO is seeking to mobilise assistance.

Useful information about access to the Internet is available in various publications, such as the booklet “At ease with e-mail - A handbook on using electronic mail for NGOs in developing countries”, published by the United Nations Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS), Geneva, and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, New York Office.

A document entitled “Internet in the UNEVOC Network: Information for UNEVOC Centres” can be obtained from UNESCO-UNEVOC Berlin.

Further information:



UNESCO-UNEVOC Berlin

Phone:

[+49] (30) 86 49 15 0

Fehrbelliner Platz 3

Fax:

[+49] (30) 86 49 15 41

D-10707 Berlin

E-Mail:

info@unevoc.de

Germany

or:

berlin@unesco.org





UNESCO Headquarters

Phone:

[+33] (1) 45 68 08 38

ED/SVE/TVE

Fax:

[+33] (1) 45 68 56 30

7, place de Fontenoy

Telex:

204 461; 270 602

F-75352 Paris 07 SP

E-Mail:

tve.section@unesco.org

France


World Wide Web:

http://www.unevoc.de

This brochure has been provided by UNESCO-UNEVOC Berlin
Document ED/IUG/017e · Last update: February 1999