The entrepreneur who started AWAG was closely associated with SEWA, a similar non-profit organization dealing with women's issues.
The institutions acted in the direction of changing values of society by adopting radical or traditional roles (ESI, AWAG, JV, PNR, SURE).
spokesman said: "The Assembly made it clear when it launched the Past Service Award scheme that only councillors retiring at the 2004 elections, and who had no intention of seeking public office at this level again, should apply for an award.
protester, Carol Jones, said: "Over 500 people and organisations wrote to object and it was rejected on 12 points, virtually all of which still apply.
spokes woman said Mrs Jones was interested to hear from Mr Goodwin-Jones on the potential benefits of his approach.
spokeswoman said, "It is for schools to determine how they deliver the programme of study for information technology in the National Curriculum Order.
Grolman uses Tower's own words to explain the disparity of attention given women composers--or AWAGs
(American Women Above Ground) as Tower calls them, in contrast to DWEMs (Dead White European Males, p.
Ground FAGs talked via SATGOM with both AWACS and headquarters thousands of miles away, as well as talked directly with fighters overhead via UHF radio, while fighters meanwhile talked with AWAGS 200 miles away over another frequency.
At the time of going to press, an MTMP test-bed was reported to be undergoing flight trials and a full scale production/installation MTMP contract covering the remainder of the NATO AWAGS fleet was expected to be awarded during 2002.
Military information from AWAGs
and various satellites above Iraq and Kuwait was transmitted to Washington and other Allied centres, was processed, and came back to the alliance's front-line positions to guide tank commanders, pilots, and cruise missile launch teams.
THE WAGs, the WOWs and the WABs have had their day - so step forward the AWAGs.
Signed to Premier, behind Naomi Campbell, she is one of the most striking AWAGs.