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TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE APPF MEMBER COUNTRIES ON THE INTERNET AND WEB PAGE DEVELOPMENT (pdf format)
This is a technical training program for the APPF member countries. It provides information on the specialized tools and services of internet in order to be able to efficiently implement an inter-parliamentary information exchange mechanism and optimize the APPF Website through a series of technical training programs initially divided into 3 parts that cover the basic learning and training requirements in the use of information technology services.

APOINT 2001 OPERATIVE PLAN
This is a unique and systematic study inspired, aside from the different official documents that correspond to the APPF, in the technical studies performed by the countries that contribute with their technical opinions to the establishment of the Information Exchange System. Accessible in electronic form, it presents a comprehensive description of how to administer the Web of APPF and implement the system for the exchange of inter-parliamentary information amongst member countries. This Plan was made with the purpose of being able to count on a tool that will contemplate the short, medium and long term reality, indicating as the date limit, the year 2001 to be in effective operation.

 

The APPF 7th Annual Meeting
This book is a compilation of the documents covering the activities of the 7th Annual Meeting held in Lima on January 11-14, 1999. The first part includes the relevant documents of the Executive Committee Meeting, conducted in the morning of the 11 January. The second part contains the keynote speech delivered by Rep. Amo Houghton of the US Congress, assessing the economic and financial situation around the world. The third part embodies the transcripts of the opening ceremony and the six plenary sessions of the meeting. The fourth part contains the thirteen resolutions adopted by the Assembly and the fifth part comprises the adopted Joint Communique. Finally, the annexes include the main documents of this organization.