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7th November 2003 at 00:00
Your students can "interact" with a head of state at the first World Summit on the Information Society next month. Schools have the chance to work together on online human rights activities, building up to the summit in Geneva from December 10 to 12. Video-conferencing events between schools organised by the United Nations Cyberschoolbus and European Schoolnet on human rights start next month. Register at: www.un.orgPubsCyberSchoolBuswsisabout.asp

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