Please Note: More Links can be found on the SOSE Web Links Page
The Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies
The Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), based at the Australian National University, is a centre for research and postgraduate training on the Asia-Pacific region. Priority areas of the School are Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Research includes strategic and defence studies, archaeology, the impact of globalisation on local societies and cultures, urbanization, economics, politic and international relations, history, anthropology, linguistics, geography, gender and development. Recent publications and other relevant documents are available from the site.
Global Learning Centre
The Global Learning Centre aims to promote understanding of people's shared responsibilities for developing more peaceful, just and ecologically sustainable communities in our world.
Demography and Population Studies - A huge list of links of interest to those studying demography and population. Compiled and hosted at Australian National University.
Population Pyramids - This US government site allows the user to get a population pyramid for a country of choice.
Social Studies: A World of Possibilities - This site is about teaching with the Internet, and this page is specifically about using the Internet for Social Studies.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is a permanent intergovernmental body and the principal organ of the United Nations General Assembly in the field of international trade and economic development. The site is a starting point for information in the area of international cooperation with additional links to information on events, publications, press releases and references, and related WWW sites.
World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum is an independent and impartial international organization committed to improving the state of the world. The website informs about WEF involvement in regional and industry activities, publishing of reports and other documents covering global business and economic issues.
VISIT AN AREA IN OzEdweb