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Towards an Information Society for All (2) - Berlin Conference 8. /9.3.2002
- Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 15:15:59 +0100
- From: "Jansen, Guido (Germany)" <Guido.Jansen _at__ britishcouncil.de>
- Subject: Towards an Information Society for All (2) - Berlin Conference 8. /9.3.2002
> ***Apologies for multiple receipt / cross-posting***
> Dear colleague
> I would like to draw your attention to the conference "Towards an
> Information Society For All 2 - New Pathways to Knowledge"
> (http://www.britishcouncil.de/tisa2/) which will take place on 8./9. March
> 2002 in Berlin, Germany.
> "Towards an Information Society for All 2" builds on the successful
> conference held in 2001 in Bologna (http://www.britishcouncil.it/tisa/),
> where practitioners and policymakers from around Europe met to consider
> the present state of development of the emerging Information Society
> across Europe. It aims at continuing and widening the discussion started
> there by looking at a variety of current issues such as the nature and
> importance of national and regional Information Society policies, public
> access options well as infrastructure questions. The speakers invited to
> TISA2 again form an international range of information professionals,
> representatives of the business world, decision makers from the public
> sector and many more. The BC itself will add its own expertise to this
> range, too: Judy Ugonna will present the Knowledge and Learning Centre
> Project as a model for co-operation and partnership.
> Like its predecessor, TISA2 - New Pathways to Knowledge is co-organised by
> the British Council Italy, France and Germany. It's Berlin host will be
> the British Embassy, offering its spectacular modern premises as a
> stimulating venue for cutting-edge thinking. The conference dinner will be
> held in an equally inspiring location, the restaurant on top of the
> Reichstag building. The conference language is English. For more
> information and the ambitious conference programme, please have a look at
> http://www.britishcouncil.de/tisa2/. This page is also linked to an
> on-line booking form.
Please do not hesitate to get back to me if you should have any questions.
> Guido Jansen
> Head, Information
> The British Council Germany
> Hackescher Markt 1
> 10178 Berlin
> Fon 0049 (0)30 311099-47
> Fax 0049 (0)30 311099-20
> E-Mail guido.jansen _at__ britishcouncil.de
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