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Cairo Conference on Population and Development

United Nations International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) 5-13 September 1994 Cairo, Egypt The United Nations International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) was held from 5-13 September 1994 in Cairo, Egypt. During this two week period world leaders, high ranking officials, representatives of non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies gathered to agree on a Programme of Action.

Cambridge History of English and American Literature

Contains over 303 chapters and 11,000 pages, with essay topics ranging from poetry, fiction, drama and essays to history, theology and political writing.

Canada Gazette

The Official Newspaper of the Government of Canada published since 1841

Canada Watch

Canada: Canada Legal Information Institute

Two hundred Supreme Court of Canada decisions prior to 1985 have been digitized and published on CanLII.

Canada: Dept of Justice Canada: Laws

The Department of Justice is in the process of finalizing the upgrading of its online ability to consolidate legislation and to provide for regular and timely updating of Acts and regulations on our public Web site. As the consolidation of the Acts and regulations has progressed, the data on the Web site has been updated.

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse - Publications List

The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) has a legislated mandate to provide national leadership and evidence-informed analysis and advice to mobilize collaborative efforts to reduce alcohol- and other drug-related harms

Canadian Native Law Cases

Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration

Cannabis: The Scientific and Medical Evidence

Report ordered by the House Of Lords to be printed 4 November 1998. Science and Technology - Ninth Report

Capillary Electrophoresis

Introduces Capillary Electrophoresis (CE). The ionic charge of a polypeptide at a pH value of three, electrophoretic titration curve, endoosmotic flow, capillary electrophoresis, separation of optical isomers by capillary electrophoresis, the advantages of CE and much more.

Cardozo Women's Law Journal

The Cardozo Law Review You won't want to miss the latest issue devoted to the Journal's symposium on the legendary investor entitled "Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate Lawyers." Recent issues have included symposiums on legal theory, including the revival of pragmatism and an examination of the philosophy of Jürgen Habermas; another recent double issue, "Bondage, Freedom & the Constitution," focuses on new slavery scholarship. The Law Review, a student-run organization, actively solicits outstanding contributions from scholars and practitioners in all fields of law. Subscriptions: $40/year (six issues); single issue $8; double issue $16. Contact: Administrative Editor, The Cardozo Law Review, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. Phone: (212) 790-0355. E-mail:

Care Standards Bill [H.L.] [as amended in committee] 2000.

Care Standards Bill [H.L.]: Explanatory Notes

These explanatory notes relate to the Care Standards Bill [H.L.] as introduced in the House of Lords on 2nd December 1999. They have been prepared by the Department of Health, with assistance from the Wales Office and Department for Education and Employment, in order to assist the reader of the Bill and to help inform debate on it. They do not form part of the Bill and have not been endorsed by Parliament.

Care Standards Bill [H.L.]: Explanatory Notes

Caregiver's Handbook

Modern Maturity is a national magazine published by the AARP.This 9-part online posting of the The Caregiver's Handbook is made with permission from The Caregiver Education and Support Services, Seniors Counseling and Training, Case Management Services of the San Diego County Mental Health Services. Assisting Both the Caregiver and the Elderly Carereceiver

Carelaw: a Guide to the Law for Young People in Care

Carers and disabled children Act 2000

The text of this Internet version of the Act is published by the Queen's Printer of Acts of Parliament and has been prepared to reflect the text as it received Royal Assent. A print version is also available and is published by The Stationery Office Limited as the Carers and Disabled Children Act 2000

Carers and Disabled Children Bill

This is the text of the Carers and Disabled Children Bill, as presented to the House of Commons on 15th December 1999.

Carers Information

A carer is someone who looks after a relative or friend, who, because of disability or the effects of old age cannot manage at home without help. Our web site aims to deliver up to date resources and information on issues relevant to carers and those professionals who assist them in their role.

Carers Resource Book

Caribbean Amerindian Centrelink

Promotes awareness and provides educational resources for issues relating to Caribbean Amerindian people.

Caribbean Amerindian Communities

Contemporary communities, newspaper articles, Amerindian business and development, museum resources,

Caribbean Bananas Exporters Association

Latest developments on the future of the Caribbean banana industry

Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC)

Caribbean Environmental Reporters' Network (CERN)



Each map shows the distribution of a single fungal taxon recorded from the insular Caribbean.

Caribbean Geology and Tectonics Website

The Caribbean Geology website is designed to help the spread of information about the geosciences in the Caribbean and adjacent areas, and to encourage cooperation between the widely spread members of the Caribbean Geological community. The website has evolved out the the Caribbean Geological Conference series which has encouraged communication between Caribbean geoscientists for almost forty years.

Caribbean Hurricane Network

Provides information on weather and discusses reports for all Caribbean countries.

Caribbean Resources on the Internet

Complied by London Metropolitan University Library.


Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat


Provides information and news from around the region in the fields of economics, politics, social and developmental issues

Caring about carers. Government information for carers.

This website is aimed at professionals who work with carers. If you are a carers lead or other health and social care professional working with carers you will find the information on this site of interest. The site contains Government guidance and regulations affecting carers and details of the Carers Grant.

Caring about carers: a national strategy for carers

The national strategy for carers sets out what the Government of Britain has been doing and what they plan to do. It offers practical help.


Research resources relating to Caribbean Studies and the history of Black and Asian peoples in the UK.

Case for Electoral Reform in Local Government (1999)

Causes and Effects of Coalition Preferences in a Mixed- Member Proportional System

Thurner, Paul W., and Franz U. Pappi (1999): Causes and Effects of Coalition Preferences in a Mixed-Member Proportional System. This paper adapts features of a model of Brams/Fishburn (1992) on coalition voting to the context of a mixed-member proportional system. We differentiate between a candidate vote which determines the winner of a constituency contest, a party vote which determines the seat shares of the parties in parliament, and a coalition preference for all parties the voter considers acceptable for building a majority government.

Causes of Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa, The

There is of course no single correct view of the causes of conflict, in Africa or elsewhere. Each conflict has its own unique set of circumstances and causes. But there are patterns of conflict in different regions and historical eras.The challenge is to improve our understanding and to translate this into more effective action to prevent and reduce conflict.The resolution of conflict is essential, both to reduce human suffering, and to remove the barrier conflict imposes to economic development on the continent.The record of international peacekeeping in Africa has been weak and the international community must determine to do better.The UK is committed to play its part. But effective and enduring solutions will only come from Africa’s own commitment, with Africans leading the effort to address the causes of conflict.

Caveman Chemistry

The entire text of Kevin Dunn's Caveman Chemistry book published by Universal, ISBN 1 581 125666 is available here. Caveman Chemistry is an experiential exploration of chemical technology from the campfires of the stone age to the plastic soft-drink bottle. Not only teaches about the technologies, but guides you on how to recreate them. Instructions are given for making bronze from metal ores; glass from sand, ashes, and limestone; paper from grass or straw; soap from fat; alcohol from honey; photographs from egg whites; chlorine from salt water and celluloid from cotton.

CCH Business Owner's Toolkit

Center for International and Development Economics Research (CIDER) Working Paper Series

The Center for International and Development Economics Research is funded by the Ford Foundation. It is a research unit of the Institute of International Studies which works closely with the Department of Economics and the Institute of Business and Economic Research. CIDER is devoted to promoting research on international economic and development issues among Berkeley faculty and students, and to stimulating collaborative interactions between them and scholars from other developed and developing countries.

CenterWatch Clinical Trials Listing Service

Site designed to be a resource both for patients interested in participating in clinical trials and for research professionals.

Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Economic Bulletin Articles from 1997-2000

Central Statistical Office of Trinidad and Tobago. Statistics

National Accounts; Trade, Travel & Economic Indicators; Agriculture; Population, Social & Vital Statistics; Continuous Sample Survey of Population (CSSP); Geographic Information Systems

Centre for Disease Control

Creates policy for public health and contains a wealth of information in this area. The Centre is dedicated to improving the health of people by focusing on environmental health policies, promoting health and educational activities and developing and applying diseases prevention and control.

Centre for Dispute Resolution

Centre for Policy Studies

The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) is one of Britain’s best known and most respected think tanks. It exists to promote coherent and practical public policy, to roll back the state, reform public services, support communities, and challenge threats to Britain’s independence. The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) is independent of all political parties and special interest groups. It is a non-profit-making organisation which relies entirely on the donations of individuals and companies to carry out its work.

Centre for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement (CIERA)

The CIERA Archive is a repository for publications that we believe will be useful to researchers and practitioners in the field of early literacy.

Centre for the Study of African Economies



An internet gateway to an array of leading databases on agriculture, food policy and the environment. Developed by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), this virtual library enables users to retrieve thousands of full-text documents, abstracts or references from the on-line libraries of CGIAR and over 160 other databases.

Chairmen's Panel Report: The Modernisation Committee's Proposals Concerning the Legislative Process (1997)

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 29 October 1997.

CHAKRA Publishing House

Provides a forum for presenting a range of perspectives on the East Indian presence in the Caribbean through lists of publications on the topic.

Challenge of Globalization in Africa

Remarks by Stanley Fischer First Deputy Managing Director International Monetary Fund at the France-Africa Summit Yaoundé, Cameroon January 19, 2001

Challenge of Globalization in Africa, The

Changing America

This chart book documents current differences in well-being by race and Hispanic origin and describes how such differences have evolved over the past several decades. The book is designed to further one of the goals of the President's Initiative on Race: To educate Americans about the facts surrounding the issue of race in America.

Changing fortunes: geographic patterns of income deprivation in the late 1990s [a summary]

Charles Booth’s Orgscience Website

Charles Handy

Charles Kennedy MP

Charms, Change and Memory: Some Principles Underlying Variation

Charter of Liberties of Henry I, 1100

Charting the Future of Methane Hydrate Research in the United States -Ebook

The National Academies Press (NAP) created by the National Academies to publish the reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council publishes over 200 books a year on a wide range of topics in science, engineering, and health. NAP offers free online reading of its publications to several countries' residents including Trinidad and Tobago. This publication reviews the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Methane Hydrate Research and Development Program, the project selection process, and projects funded to date. It makes recommendations on how the DOE program could be improved. The entire 202 page book is downloadable in PDF format.

Che Guevara Internet Archive

Chemical Industries Manufacturer Directory

Online searchable directory of 15,000 chemical suppliers enabling buyers to easily source manufacturers for capacity and price of commodity and specialty chemicals.

Chemical Industries Manufacturer Directory

Online searchable directory of 15,000 chemical suppliers enabling buyers to easily source manufacturers for capacity and price of commodity and specialty chemicals.

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Principles and Stratospheric Ozone Chemistry: Lecture 1: Atmospheric Chemistry

Consists of two parts: the first one introduces basic chemical concepts of atmospheric chemistry. The second focuses on stratospheric ozone chemistry.

Chemical Searching and Chemistry Databases

A portal for chemical searching and chemical databases useful for finding chemical industry information.

Child Abuse: Training Investigating Officers

Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography (CDAB) Online Edition

Child Rights - The Progress of Nations

Child Support, Pensions and Social Security Bill

Child Support, Pensions And Social Security Bill [Explanatory notes]

Child Support, Pensions And Social Security Bill [Explanatory notes]

Child, Youth and Family Policies at Columbia University - Spain


Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000

Children Act now

Children and Prostitution: How Can We Measure and Monitor The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children?

Children first

Children’s Health and Environment: a Review of Evidence

Children's Bureau

Children's Bureau

China Commercial Brief

Chinese Nationalism and its International Orientations

Choosing Electoral Systems: Proportional, Majoritarian and Mixed Systems by Pippa Norris (1997)

Chris Argyris

Chris Argyris

Christian + Feminist


Topics briefly covered by this site includes: chromatofocusing and affinity chromatography, chromatofocusing mechanisms, requirements for chromatofocusing, resolutions in chromatofocusing and experimental chromatofocusing.

Chronic Poverty Report 2004-05

This report comes to you from the Chronic Poverty Research Centre,one of a new breed of Development Research Centres supported by the UK Department for International Development.The CPRC is a virtual centre – an international partnership of universities,research institutes and NGOs from Bangladesh,India,Kenya,South Africa,Uganda and the UK.

CICR net

Citizenship and the Euro

Civil Justice 2000

Civil Justice Council

Civil War Women: On-line Archival Collections

Civil War Women: On-line Archival Collections

Clara Collet

Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy

Classical Conditioning

Developed by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) to provide patients, family members and members of the public. Current information about clinical research studies.

Closed Captioning Web

CLR James Archive

Cochrane Abstract Database

Cochrane Reviews make the results of research assessing the effects of health care more easily available to those who want to make better decisions.

Color Atlas of Medical Diseases

A medical atlas with 3D images, pictures and photos of diseases and conditions.

Columbia Journal of Gender and Law

Columbia Law Review

Columbus and the age of discovery

An accessible database of over 1100 full-text articles on the encounters between Europe and Central and South America from 1492 onwards. Contains text from diverse sources including journals, newspapers and official speeches. Including articles on relevant aspects of Spanish, Pre-Columbian, and Mesoamerican culture.

Coming Apart at the Seams

Coming Out Multiple - Essay by Bob King

Commitment of Fathers to the Needs of their Deaf Children

Common Molecules Page : Reciprocal Net

Individual molecule pages provide you with some information about the molecule and a java applet that allows you to view and rotate the molecule. Reciprocal Net is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation as part of the National Science Digital Library project.

Common weeds of the Caribbean

Communist Think Tank

Communities of Practice and Organizational Performance

Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 - a Guide

Comparing Two Vectors

It introduces the concept of magnitude and direction of Vectors.

Competing National Ideologies, Cyclical Responses

Complete Guide to Ethics Management

Complex Analysis : E-book by George Cain

This is a textbook for an introductory course in complex analysis. It has been used for an undergraduate complex analysis course at Georgia Tech. and several other universities. There are eleven chapters available as Adobe Acrobat documents (PDF). Topics include: Complex Numbers; Complex Functions ; Elementary Analysis ;Cauchy's Theorem ; Harmonic Functions and Taylor and Laurent Series.

Computer Bits Online

Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning

Computers for Handicapped Independence Program

Conference on the Financing of NEPAD, 15-17 April, 2002

Confidence in the criminal justice system

Confidence in the criminal justice system: findings from the 2000 British Crime Survey -- Write To Congress, the President and State ...

Conjoined Twins

Conservatism, Democracy and the National Identity by John O'Sullivan (1999)

Conservative Revolution: The new Right, Reactionary Modernism and the Politics of Revolution by Mark Neocleous (1998)

Consider Her Palaces: a Study of the Housing Problem of Lower Paid Single Women Workers in London by Rosamund Tweedy (1936)

Constants and Equations Pages (TCAEP)

Within this site, you will be able to look at over 600 scientific equations and constants, many with descriptions of symbols.

Constitutional Law & Criminal Procedure

Constitutions, Treaties and Declarations

Constraints, Compromises and Choice: Comparing Three Qualitative Research Studies by Julia Connell, Colin Lynch and Peter Waring

Consultation on Young Runaways: Background Paper by the Social Exclusion Unit

Consultations with the Poor: Methodology Guide for the 20 Country Study for the World Development Report 2000/01

Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood

Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought

Contemporary Political Studies

Contemporary Political Studies: PSA Annual Conference Papers 1994-2002

Contribution from UNEP DTIE to the World Summit on Sustainable Development

Control in Organic Chemistry

Controversial aspects of Bowlby's theory of attachment

Copyright and Visually Impaired People

Copyright Organization of Trinidad and Tobago

Corinne Carr Nettleton Civil War Collection

Cornell University Library: Historical Mathematics Monographs

This site has 577 scanned historical books available from the collections of the Cornell University Library. The books are out-of-print or out-of-copyright materials. The collection is indexed by title and by author. These books are part of the library's Digital Math Books Collection. "From 1990 through 1992 Cornell University and Xerox Corporation, with the support of the Commission on Preservation and Access, collaborated on a pilot project to test advanced technology for scanning deteriorating books as digital images, optical storage, and production of high quality paper copies." This is a project in which, "while 'saving' mathematics books from a brittle death, the Library becomes a publisher of out-of-print and out-of-copyright books" .


Corporate Information

Corporate Library, (The)

Corporate Social Responsibility

Cost of Criminal Justice(1999)

Counselling as a Profession: Status, Organisation and Human Rights; Paris, France, 1998

Counting on Kin: Social Networks, Social Support and Child Health Status.

Countryside Recreation Network News

Court Service

Cream of Science

Showcases prominent research from the Netherlands. The website lists the names of 219 top Dutch academics, providing worldwide access to their 45859 publications. About 60% of these can be accessed full text.

Creating a Code of Ethics for Your Organization

Creating Instructional Multimedia Solutions:Practical Guidelines for the Real World

Crime & Servitude: An Exposé of the Traffic in Women for Prostitution from the Newly Independent States

Criminal Justice System Annual Report 1999-2000

Criminal Justice Working Together - Lord Chancellor's Department, Crown Prosecution Service and the Home Office - National Audit Office (1999)

Criminal Justice: The Way Ahead (2001)

Crisis Talk-Back

Critical Theory and the Crisis of Social Theory

CRL Foreign Doctoral Dissertations Database

CRL Foreign Doctoral Dissertations Database

The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) is a consortium of North American universities, colleges and independent research libraries. The consortium acquires and preserves newspapers, journals, documents, archives and other traditional and digital resources for research and teaching.The Center’s mission is to support advanced research and teaching in the humanities, sciences and social sciences by ensuring the survival and availability of the knowledge resources vital to these disciplines.

CRL Foreign Doctoral Dissertations Database

Cruise-industry mailing list archive

CSR Wire

Cuba in Transition: Volume 8

Culture and Eating Disorders by Merry N. Miller, M.D., and Andres Pumariega, M.D.

Culture, Media and Sport first report : the operation of the national lottery (2000)

Current and Classic Examples of Subliminal Advertising

Current Legal Sociology


Curriculum Development Timeline Website, The

CyberCulture, Identity and Gender Resources



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