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Information Access Working Group
At CULCON XVII, the panels agreed on the importance of the quality and quantity of discourse between the two countries, pointing out the need for increased flow of information. The panels agreed that, “such flow is important to mutual understanding and harmonious bilateral relations.” In order to address specific areas for improving information access, the panels agreed to form a working group.
The activities of the working group were concluded at CULCON XIX, held in Okinawa in February, 1999. Substantial ongoing activities are being carried out by many groups in Japan and the United States. Please see the working group report to CULCON XIX for more details.
- Roles and Objectives of the Working Group
- Information Access Working Group Members
- Activities from 1993-1995: Activities from 1993-1995 are highlighted in the joint statement of the CULCON XVIII plenary session.
- Binational Working Group Meeting, June, 1998
- Information Access Working Group Report to CULCON XIX