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UPDATE: 6 July 1998

THE LAUSANNE CONVENTION AND OTHER TREATIES
Treaties and other related documents from the post World War I era have been added recently to the HR-Net document archive. The Treaty at Sevres (1920), the Lausanne Convention (1923), and the King-Crane Commission Report (1919) are among the documents which shaped countries and policies in the early 20th century.

UPDATE: 23 June 1998

HELLENISM
An extensive study of Hellenism by historian Vlassis Agtzidis is presented on the HR-Net Forum. The study covers all continents, but focuses on the fate of large Greek populations outside present-day Greek borders in the Balkans, Asia Minor and around the Black Sea. The text is in Greek and is annotated with some figures.

UPDATE: 11 June 1998

GREEK TERMINOLOGY
The Office for Scientific Terminology and New Expressions of the Athens Academy issues a Bulletin with suggested terms and corrections to colloquial language. Issue No 6 is in part available on-line in the HR-Net Forum under the Section on Culture. The HR-Net Forum provides a platform for commentary and analysis on issues of general interest.

UPDATE: 15 May 1998

HR-Net Mirror of Cyber Thesis
HR-Net Mirror of Cyber Thesis, an interactive daily online Journal of Foreign Policy Issues produced by the Press Section of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Articles presented on the Cyber Thesis daily edition express solely the views of the authors. The news originate from broadcasting updates, the Athens News Agency, the Macedonian Press Agency and other independent sources. The video clips presented come exclusively from the National Television Channels (ET1, NET and ET3). For further information, please contact the Journal at: cyber@mfa.gr.

UPDATE: 17 March 1998

Hellenic Society of Virology
Hellenic Society of Virology. The HSV aims to facilitate the development of Clinical and Research Virology in Greece, by publishing the Journal Hellenic Virology, and fostering the networking of scientists in the field. For further information, please contact the Society at: hsv@hri.org.

UPDATE: 15 November 1997

Foundation for Hellenic Culture
The Foundation for Hellenic Culture promotes and disseminates Greek culture and language outside Greece. Its headquarters are in Athens and branches are established on three continents. Information about this organization as well as activities of the New York branch can be found on its homepage hosted by HR-Net.

UPDATE: 6 November 1997

HR-Resume Book
The Hellenic Resources Resume Book, a project of the Hellenic Resources Institute, is collecting resumes from young professionals and students with the purpose of making such information available to prospective employers in Greece and thus facilitate repatriation of the former and enhance the pool of candidates for the latter. This project is complemented by the highly popular Employment Opportunities Page on HR-Net.

UPDATE: 8 August 1997

HR-Net Connectivity Problems, 97-08-07
Most nameserver problems caused by yesterday's outage seem to have been resolved. Please write hr-net@hri.org if you are still experiencing delays or intermittent connections to HR-Net

UPDATE: 30 June 1997

THE GREEK AMERICAN WOMEN'S NETWORK ONLINE
GAWN began in 1990 when a group of Greek American women from various geographic locations and diverse walks of life met at a conference called Women, Ethnicity and Change. Five years later, GAWN's membership has grown to over 450 women from the US, Canada and Greece. The headquarters are in New York City and the Home page, developed recently, is hosted by HR-Net.

UPDATE: 3 June 1997

ANTENNA HOMEPAGE MIRROR
The Antenna Station broadcasts on television and radio in Greece and across the world via satellite. Its home page carries daily news in text and audio, program schedules and other useful information. HR-Net has been archiving and distributing Antenna news and sports bulletins for some time and now hosts a mirror copy of the complete webpage.

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