The 13th Conference on Health and Environment: Global Partners for Global Solutions will address the topic of the “25 Year Window: Linking Conflict with Environment and Population” and will be held at United Nations Headquarters in New York City on April 29 and 30, 2004. The Conference, organized by World Information Transfer, is cosponsored by the Government of Croatia, the Government of Ukraine, and is in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme and Physician’s Weekly. Go to www.worldinfo.org for further information and to pre register. Please Note that World Information Transfer cannot assist those who will require Visas to enter the United States.
An Open Letter from Dr. Christine Durbak, Founder of World Information Transfer
Dear Colleague: On behalf of World Information Transfer, I have the honor of inviting you to our 13th International Conference on Health and the Environment: Global Partners for Global Solutions. The Conference will be held on April 29th and 30th, 2004, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. The theme this year is the “25 Year Window: Linking Conflict with Environment and Population.”As you may be aware, our conferences held at the UN since 1992, are widely acclaimed for their quality of presentations and participants. This year’s Conference, which includes a session on the latest HIV/AIDS research, is co-sponsored by the Government of Croatia and the Government of Ukraine, and in collaboration with UNEP and Physicians Weekly.
We would be honored if you are personally able to attend our conference. We would also like to extend this invitation to others whom you feel will benefit from learning about this very important topic.
Although our conference is free, due to very strict united nations security requirements, PRE-REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY, IN ADVANCE BY POSTAL MAIL, E-MAIL OR FAX ONLY. PLEASE NOTE THAT WIT CANNOT ASSIST WITH VISA REQUESTS.
This letter will serve as your invitation, so please fill in your response below and e-mail or fax it to us by April 3, 2004.
Dr. Christine K. Durbak, Chair