New Technology for a New Century
THE TASK FORCE AND THE ADVANTAGES OF NETWORKING
Gabriele DASSE, Germany
The Task Force on Under-represented Groups in the present shape was established 1998 during the FIG Congress in Brighton. The limited time period will end in 2002 with the FIG Congress in Washington.
The Task Force is a network with 56 members from 22 countries in the moment. We have been building up many contacts to colleagues and co-operate with UNCHS (Habitat) and other international and national associations in the technical field.
Using internet and mailing opportunities the contact to following working groups could be established:
Also background information concerning scientific research and
decisions of the European Parliament could be distributed by the
quarterly Newsletter. All issues of the Task Force Newsletter together
with other information concerning the Task Force activities can be
found on the FIG home page:
The Terms of References of this Task Force are:
During the last meetings the Task Force on Under-represented Groups
in Surveying made a lot of proposals.
- suggested the evaluation of the Congress registration in Washington 2002 concerning Commissions, gender, age periods and the first attendance. The proposals to introduce a lower registration fee for students, to enable the attendance of students to assist the organisers and to mark the name tags of participants attending the first time the Congress were also agreed by Congress Director Mary Clawson.
During this Workshop we will discuss among others
Dipl.-Ing. Gabriele Dasse
23 March 2001
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