29 June 2009

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H-II:  Iran - Call for uncensored satellite based Wi-Fi capability
Expanding contingency plans from emergency operations to human rights and education

The United Nations is being asked to provide access to uncensored Wi-Fi for the country of Iran to facilitate emergency communications and human rights information gathering for investigations associated with crimes against humanity. This step is

Satellite Based Infrastructure for Emergency Communications (AIAA: 2007) capability is a focus of global contingency planning discussions, now with satellite based Wi-Fi available for air travel (Wi-Fi Networking News) and corporations such as WeFi, Inc., providing free downloadable software and tools to map the global Wi-Fi network with over 25,000,000 access points around the world.  

Optimization of  evidence collection and witness protection is a focus of Interpol, United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network (UNCJIN), United Nations Security Council), tools include:

Looking forward to feedback regarding optimization of this H-II objective,

Stephen M. Apatow
Founder, Director of Research & Development
Humanitarian Resource Institute
Humanitarian University Consortium Graduate Studies
Center for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Phone: 203-668-0282
Email: s.m.apatow@humanitarian.net
Internet: www.humanitarian.net


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The Humanitarian Resource Institute Legal Resource and Assistance Center provides access to initiatives that include the Consumer's Guide to Legal Help on the Internet (American Bar Association - Free Legal Help, Self Help, Legal Aid), Pro Bono Legal Assistance (United States and International), and online tools for legal research.

Dialogue on Freedom: American Bar Association: The terrorist attacks on September 11 underscore the necessity for serious and constant discussions about American civic values and their compatibility with other cultures.


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