File contains correspondence with various individuals. Correspondents include Najeeb Al Nuimi (Legal Advisor to the Crown Prince on Qatar), which discuss Pacem in Maribus XXI, and the Secretary-General's consultations on the Law of the Sea, and attached is a paper by Mann Borgese: "Making the Convention 'Universally Accepatble';" Lennox Ballah of the Institute of Marine Affairs (attached is a copy of the Nonpaper); W. Balzan (personal assistant to Guido De Marco); Paul Berenger, Minister of Foreign Affairs for Mauritius; Martin Blakeway (who wrote to the Prince of Tonga about raitification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea); United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, which advocate turing the Preparatory Commission into an Interim Authority, in light of the "boat paper; and Salvino Busuttil on Malta's failure to announce ratification of the convention.
File contains correspondents include P. Archutowski; Michael Bohnet; H. Brichwedde (attached is a proposal by Elisabeth Mann Borgese for an initiative the German Delegation could raise at the next session of the Assembly and Council of the International Sea-bed Authority); and Wolfgang Burhenne.
File contains correspondence from individuals and organizations with names beginning with "A" or "B." Correspondents include Don Aldous (attached is a report from the Forum Fisheries Agency), Carol Amaratunga (including attached documents, including a discussion paper), John Armstrong (attached are government documents), and Christopher Barr.
File contains correspondence with Richard Apostle; Garry Comber; John Craven; Raymond Dubois; and R.G. Durham (Scotiabank). Topics of discussion include the Marine Affairs Diploma Program at Dalhousie, the establishment of the International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD), and appointments to the staff of the ICOD.
File includes correspondence relating to ICOD audits, comments about course descriptions, and information about scholarships to the summer programme, as well as correspondence with the University of Newfoundland, Dalhousie, and the Office of the Minister of External Relations and the Canadian International Development Agency. Correspondents include Carol Amaratunga; Kim N.I. Bell; Linda Brown; Trevor Chandler; Aldo Chircop; Garry Comber; and Gilles Dery. File contains a CV that has not been digitized.
File contains correspondence with airlines (Air Canada, and Airlankaa), and the Hotel Astoria, concerning payments. Also contains a letter to Ahmed Derradji, outlining recent International Ocean Institute projects.
File includes correspondence to/from: M.E. Arie (UNCTAD - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), S. Andersen (UNDP - United Nations Development Programme), and M.O. Adio (Delegation of Nigeria, UNCLOS - United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea).
File contains correspondence with American Bibliographical Center (ABC) - Clio Press, George Abi Saab, and A.A. Archer. Topics of discussion includes edits to a paper written by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, and royalty reports. File also includes royalty statements.
File includes correspondence and agreements with publishers and magazines. Correspondents include Basic Books; Duke University Press; Future; GEO magazine; Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (regarding Borgese's "Mediterranean Project").
File contains correspondence. Correspondents include Dr. T. Eitel, Member of Parliament Charles Caccia (includes a press release from his office), Richard C. Caruana (on ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea), The Right Honourable Joe Clark (Secretary of State for External Affairs), Harlan Cleveland (on the boat paper, and the reasons it must be resisted), law professor Thomas A. Clingan, Professor Umberto Columbo, Guido De Marco (Maltese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs), Indonesian Ambassador Hasjim Djalal (on the non-paper, and the need to establish a sea-bed mining authority immediately), and Akiko Domoto. Also includes a draft paper by the Group of 77 ("Agreement on the Establishment of an Interim Regime from the Coming into Force of the Convention to the Time when Commerical Seabed Mining Becomes Economically and Ecologically Feasible").
File contains correspondence with Paolo Fulci, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Italy to the United Nations, on Elisabeth Mann Borgese's proposal to establish a United Nations Ocean Assembly. File also contains correspondence with Canadian Member of Parliament Charles Caccia, on the "Halifax Declaration" reached at Pacem in Marbius (PIM) XXVI.
File contains correspondence with Alex Comfort, V. Dedijer, Da Capo Press Inc., Encyclopedia of the Sea, Rita Ettl, Fayard Editions, Peter Fricke, FAO (the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), Donald Gledhill, and Jay Goldburg Cousteau Society.
File includes correspondence with Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific and Freshwater Fisheries Canada, Supply and Services Canada, and Dalhousie University. Correspondents include Roy Cheeseman; Aldo Chircop; Garry Comber (Secretary-Treasurer of ICOD); David Copp; Jeanne-Mance Cote (administrative assistant to the President of ICOD); Heather Creech; Luc Cuyvers; Mary Jo Duncan. File includes a copy of International Ocean Institute (IOI) statutes and lists IOI Board of Trustees. File contains one piece of personal correspondence.
File contains correspondence with the Commission of the European Communities, Rallph Collier, Consumers Union of US Inc., Centre d'Architecture de la Mer, Jerrgen Claus, Mae Cullin, Rafael Castello-Valdis, Ray Canterbury, Jonathan Charney, CBS, Nigel Calder (on "The Blue Revolution"), Michelle Canterella, and "Conjunctions."
File contains correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the following individuals: Sanjay Chaturvedi; Richard V. Carter; Dr. Hans Corell; Lucien Chabason (on the Regional Seas Programme); Krista Singleton-Cambage; Peter Cramer (concerning Thomas Mann); Pietro Carrigliol; Kevin Coady (concerning the death of one of Mann Borgese's dogs); Christopher Corkett (critiquing one of Mann Borgese's talks); Aldo Chircop; Dr. Edward Carr; Senator Alan Cranston; Christo and Jean Claude (outgoing only, includes prints of various art installations); Liara Covert; Winifred Caponigri; Rideau Hall; Pluto Press; Senator Alan Cranston; Ignacio Perez Caldentey; Fernando Henrique Cardoso (President of Brazil); Sergio D. Claure; Dr. Maria della Costa; Richard V. Carter; Erksine Childers; Professor Jonathan Charney; Judge Maurice Caruana Curran (Chancellor of University of Malta); Arthur H. Campeau; H. Reuben Cohen (Chancellor of Dalhousie); Elisabeth Cyran; Hon. David Coore; Ana Luisa Cortez; Frederick Clairmonte; Ingvar Carlsson (Prime Minister of Sweden); and others. Also includes copies of the following papers: "The Training Programme of the International Ocean Institute" by Elisabeth Mann Borgese; "Professionalization of the Field of Marine Affairs" by Aldo Chircop; "NATO's War of Aggression Against Yugoslavia: An Overview by Michel Chessudovsky. Some correspondence may be personal.
Files contains correspondence with individuals with names beginning from D to F. Correspondents include Maltese politican Guido de Marco (on implementing Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLos)), Annick de Marffy-Mantuano; Al Duda (on deep sea-bed mining), and Professor Tsutomu Fuse (sent with attached recommendations for UNCLoS Part XI by Elisabeth Mann Borgese). All correspondence is outgoing only.
File contains outgoing correspondence from Elisabeth Mann Borgese to Mr. H.E. Issoufou S. Djermakoye (Under-Secretary-General, Department of Technical Co-operation for Development, United Nations) and Ambassador Nourradina Djoudi.
File contains correspondence to individuals with last names between E and G. Correspondence concerns the Independent World Commission on the Oceans' Study Group on the Economic Uses of the Ocean, of which Elisabeth Mann Borgese was a member. Correspondents include Paul Ekins, and Orio Giarini (includes Elisabeth Mann Borgese's thoughts on economics).
File contains correspondence with APPA (association des pêcheurs professionnels acadiens, Inc.), the "Canadian Journal of African Studies," and the Fisheries and Oceans Research Advisory Council. Correspondents include Gerald Ewing and Serge Genest.
File contains correspondence with Gerald Ewing (concerning appointments to the ICOD Board of Directors); Arthur Hanson; Wendy Harrington; Frank Iacobucci; and Peter Serracino Inglott (attached is a copy of a paper, "Peace and Security in the Maritime Environment: Questions and Prospects" by Nancy E. Wright, presented at Pacem in Maribus (PIM) XV).
File contains correspondence. Correspondents include Valerie Facey; Carl-August Fleischhauer, Legal Counsel to the United Nations Secretariat (and address Part XI of the Convention,); Patrik Garnier (attached is an editorial Elisabeth Mann Borgese wrote for the "New York Times" on the Convention); Mate Granić (Croatian Minister of Foreign Affairs), which deal with the reasons for Croatia to ratify the Convention; Tom Harris; Bohdan Hawrylyshyn; Louis Henkin; and Charles Higginson of the Council on Ocean Law. See MS-2-744, Box 274, Folder 3 and MS-2-744, Box 279, Folder 8 for additional correspondence with the Council on Ocean Law.
File contains correspondence from Brian Flemming, Association International Futuribles (regarding an introduction Mann Borgese was to write for a collection), "Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung" (FAZ), and the Ford Foundation. File also includes lists of names.
File contains correspondence with German Ambassador Per Fischer and two letters from Elisabeth Mann Borgese to Timo Lahelma (of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland), on the subject of manganese nodules in the EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) of Chile. File contains a duplicate letter, which has not been digitized.
File contains correspondence with Albert Friggieri concerning the International Ocean Institute (IOI)’s move at the University of Malta, and Dr. Mälkki (of Finland's Marine Research Institute), concerning various IOI programmes.
File contains correspondence with Frederick Grassli (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Maria Eduarda Gonçalves, Henrietta Gilpin, Global Education Associates, John F Godfrey (of the University of King's College), Anil Gayan, and GEO magazine.
FIle contains correspondence with Mark Gerzon (editor of "WorldPaper"), GEO, GAADE, Charles Waas Gerber, Katherine Graham, Jay Goldburg, and Nailma Ganter. Topics of discussion include the television adaption of "The Drama of the Oceans," and the friends of the International Ocean Institute (IOI).
File contains correspondence with Nobuhiro Habuto, the Deputy Director of the Foreign News Department, NHK (on Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and ocean-mining), correspondence with and Guyana Ambassador to the United Nations Samuel R. Insanally (also on Part XI). All correspondence is outgoing only.
File contains correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese with Magdalene Hanke-Basfeld; Barry Hargrave; and Rolf Huppi. Topics of discussion include donations to the International Ocean Institute (IOI), a leadership seminar in Jamaica for delegates to the International Sea-Bed Authority (ISBA), Agenda 21, and the Club of Rome.
File contains correspondence with Lynnelle Herrick, John Humphrey, Robert Hutchins, Peter Howorth, Gordon Hewes, Eve Herrmann, and John Haag. Also includes newspaper clippinsg concerning Gerald Hickey and a biography of Eve Herrmann.
File contains correspondence with Patricia Halo (Cinema Arts Associates, Incorporated), Tom Haydn, Holt, Rinehart and Winston. The latter refers to the transfer of copyright for Mann Borgese's "The Language Barrier," back to her.
File contains correspondence with: Dr. Enrique Iglesias (regarding International Ocean Institute (IOI) Virtual University); Nahid Islam (Dalhousie law student); Atte Edet Inyang; Cadet Edeh Innocent N; Senator Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii). Some correspondence may be personal.
File contains correspondence with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and Elisabeth Mann Borgese. Topics of discussion include Mann Borgese's appointment at Chairman of the International Centre for Ocean Development, training programmes, and potential board members. Correspondents include L.G. Jaeger; Douglas Lindores; Andrew MacNeil; Will Magee; and Ellen S. McLean.
File contains correspondence with Nicholas Johnson, J.A. Jacobs, Douglas M. Johnson, Mimi Jaffe, and Baroness Jackson of Lodsworth (International Institute for Environment and Development). Some of the correspondence concerns various projects of the International Ocean Institute (IOI), including the training programme and/or the “Ocean Yearbook.”
File contains correspondence with the following: Judge Abdul Koroma (on the boat paper, and attachments: A speech on that paper, the "Anderson Paper," a "Draft Resolution for Adoption by the General Assembly," an "Agreement Relating to the Implementation of Part XI of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea"); Ambassador Ramtane Lamamara (outgoing only, on the need to rally Group 77 countries on ratifying the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea); Patricia Lewis; and Dr. Luis Preval (on Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea).