Addendum

to the Guide to Online Resources for Youth and Youth Workers


See also:

The following resources also appear to be useful for Youth Rights related activities.

American Civil Liberties Union reading room

gopher aclu.org 
(this actually connects you to their service provider, nyc.pipeline.com)

select "Society, Law, Politics"
select "American Civil Liberties Union"
select "Publications and Reports"
select "Resources for Students"
select "Sybil Liberties Briefers" to get a series of short pieces advising
young people of their civil liberties in school.

Unfortunately the item "Resources for Students -- and Teachers"
was empty on July 31st, 1995.

gopher to the ACLU's service provider

gopher to the ACLU


Children Now 
1212 Broadway, Suite 530
Oakland, CA 94612
1-800-CHILD-44

Children Now has created a step-by-step guide to producing a Report Card on
the conditions of children in your community.  This guide is available to
the public for free.

HOW YOU CAN GET A COPY OF THIS PUBLICATION:

1) The publication is available on the Children Now Web pages, which
are at http://www.childrennow.org/
The document itself is on the Web at http://www.childrennow.org/report%5Fguide.html

2) If you e-mail a request to Children Now, we will e-mail you a 30 K text
version of the document.  Our e-mail address is children@childrennow.org

WWW to Children Now

Send e'mail to Children Now


Youth Affairs Research Network Server

This site provides you with information about youth-related research in Australia. It has been set up by the Youth Research Centre at the University of Melbourne.

The site contains some background material on the YARN project (including information about subscribing to the YARN Mailing List) and on the Centre. It contains abstracts of current and recent research. It contains information about relevant forthcoming conferences.

WWW to YARN


GoTo Selden's homepage.


Last Updated: Thursday, 3-Aug-95 18:26 EDT