WorldViews gathers, organizes, and publicizes
information and educational resource materials
that deal with issues of peace and justice in world affairs.
Our particular concern is with the emerging nations of
Africa, Asia and Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East.

WorldViews continues the work of Third World Resources,
a non-profit organization that was established in 1984.

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Resource Center: a public-access library and information center
Publications: a quarterly magazine, resource directories, regional guides
Search and Document Delivery Services: customized information searches and document delivery
Electronic Information Services: gopher sites, Wide Area Information Server (WAIS), and World Wide Web (WWW)

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Regional Divisions

Four regional divisions of WorldViews offer specialized publications and services:

WorldViews AFRICA

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What's New

An electronic edition of a 200-page guide to educational resources from and about Africa, compiled by WorldViews, is now available. See AFRICA: Africa World Press Guide to Educational Resources from and about Africa.

WorldViews is compiling a double issue of the WorldViews quarterly review that will contain annotated listings of some 150 curriculum resources on world affairs. See a preliminary listing at WorldViews Curriculum Resources.

This section last updated: 4 May 1998

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Support WorldViews

WorldViews exists to publicize and promote the wealth of print and audiovisual resources that are being produced by writers, editors, filmmakers, and others around the world who are struggling to build just and peaceful societies. If you find the work of WorldViews of value we invite you to support our efforts with a tax-deductible contribution made out to WorldViews (address below).

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For more information contact
WorldViews: SAN 298-2528

WorldViews Web pages are hosted by the Institute for Global Communications
The WorldViews Web site was composed by Tom Fenton with expert graphics design assistance from Jacqueline Neuwirth.

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