The IIAV's interesting and dramatic history is outlined by Francisca de Haan and Annette Mevis in the first chapter, from the founding of the organization in 1935 by Jewish activist Rosa Mantis and colleagues, through her deportation and murder by the Nazis and the expropriation and removal to Germany of her papers and those of others (where they were presumed lost), to the miraculous discovery of the papers in Russia in 1992 and their return to the archive in 2003.
In a subsequent essay in the volume, Tilly Vriend of the IIAV mentions the reports as a category under consideration for digitization.
, EGO 77 Memoirs of Aletta Johanna van Randwijck, "Fifty years in The Hague and out of it.
Congress to extend the National Flood Insurance Program, but "it is still an open question as to whether it will lead to a comprehensive reform bill passing," Robert Bradshaw, president and CEO of the Independent Insurance Agents of Virginia (IIAV
), told Insurance Journal.
Korea Women's Associations United, GAINS AND GAPS OF KOREAN WOMEN'S POLICIES FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS: BEIJING + 10 KOREAN NGO REPORT (2004): Available through the IIAV
(International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement) at http://www.iiav.nl/epublications/2004/gains_and_gaps_of_korean.pdf
The following reports are available via the DIGITAL INFORMATION CENTRE of the International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement (IIAV
We've said it before, but it bears repeating, especially since updates are ongoing: Find women's information services and centers worldwide through the MAPPING THE WORLD database of the International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement (IIAV) at http://www.iiav.nl/mapping.
The IIAV also has a POSTER COLLECTION "covering one hundred years of the women's movement in the Netherlands," consisting of some 3800 images, which have been scanned and organized by the National Library's "Memory of the Netherlands" project; see http://www.iiav.nl/affiches (Dutch reading ability would be helpful here).
(acronym for the Dutch name of the International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement) keeps developing more terrific resources.
DECLARATION OF THE KNOW-HOW CONFERENCE 2002: The declaration that came our of "Know How 2002: A Safari into the World of Women's Information," held July 22-27, 2002, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda; hosted by Isis-WICCE and Isis International/Manila, with support from IIAV
SHARING KNOWLEDGE TO COMBAT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, the final consensus report of a project by NOVIB-Oxfam (Netherlands Organisation for International Development Co-operation, an Oxfam member), the IIAV
(International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement, based in Amsterdam), and Isis International--Manila, is available in English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese at http://www.novib-vaw.org/htdocs/uk/index.html
The International Information Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement (IIAV
) has added to its offerings a searchable database of WEB SITES ON WOMEN, with descriptions of and links to hundreds of sites originating in more than sixty different countries.