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PEOPLES' LIBRARY - SEND PUBLICATION (r)
Subject: Re: PEOPLES' LIBRARY - SEND PUBLICATIONS (fwd)
We would be glad to put you on our newsletter's mailing list once you
settle into a more permanent address. You might be more interested in
receiving copies of our historical research books on indigenous ethnic
minorities in Burma. However, the books we've published have been written
in each ethnic language for usage as teaching aids. Let us know if you
have any interest in them. So far we have books in Karen and Arakanese.
Burma Issues documentalist
On Thu, 23 Jan 1997 strider@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Subject: PEOPLES' LIBRARY - SEND PUBLICATIONS (fwd)
> From: associazione per i popoli minacciati <apm-gfbv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: strider@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Society for Threatened Peoples and Minority Rights Group
> (Italian representative)
> THE PEOPLES' LIBRARY
> Documentation center on minorities,
> native peoples and stateless nations
> Dear friends,
> Have you ever heard about the Peoples' Library?
> This is a documentation centre run by the Italian branch of the Society for
> Threatened Peoples (Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker).
> It collects magazines and other printed matter dealing with minorities and
> indigenous peoples worldwide.
> The material is freely accessible to scholars, journalists researchers and
> NGO activists.
> We currently receive periodicals and other publications from many bodies,
> such as CIEMEN, SAIIC, UNPO, Incomindios, ASEN, Bruno Manser Fonds, FUEV,
> NCIP, European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages, European Alliance with In-
> digenous Peoples, ECSIEP, etc.
> We send an E-mail bi-monthly calendar on minority issues to the people who
> just ask for it as well.
> We are now trying to broaden our selection and we would be very grateful if
> you could HELP US BY SENDING YOUR PUBLICATION(S) ON A REGULAR BASIS.
> Our library is a not-for-profit one, thus we cannot afford subscriptions,
> but you will be rewarded as your journal will be accesssible to new readers
> and researchers.
> Our documentation center is unique in Italy: please help making it function
> in the best possible way.
> Many thanks for your attention and collaboration,
> Alessandro Michelucci
> Chairman, Society for Threatened Peoples
> All printed matter should be sent to the following address:
> The Peoples' Library
> Associazione per i Popoli Minacciati
> P.O. Box 6282
> I-50127 Florence (Italy)
> E-mail: apm-gfbv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://www.fol.it/apm-gfbv (still under construction)
> newsgroup: ines.apm (host: ines.gn.apc.org)
> NB We are moving and we will let you know the actual address of the library
> in a short time.