EnviReform Website, University of Toronto

Members:   Activity Reports:   Peter Hajnal, 2000

EnviReform: Strengthening Canada's Environmental Community through International Regime Reform:
Exploring Social Cohesion in a Globalizing Era


Faculty of Information Studies, LIS2137H: International Organizations: Their Documents and Publications. Spring term.


EnviReform Information Centre Manager:
Co-ordinated the design and development of the EnviReform website (www.envireform.utoronto.ca), with Rob McGregor, Gillian Clinton and others.

G8 Research Group:
Attended Kyushu-Okinawa G8 Summit as co-ordinator of documentation and observer of G8-civil society interaction
Co-ordinator of G7/G8 research collection development and organization, Graham Library, Munk Centre for International Studies


Hajnal, Peter & Kirton, John. (2000). The evolving role and agenda of the G7/G8: A North American perspective. NIRA Review, 7(2), 5-10.

Hajnal, Peter. (Ed.). (2001). International information: Documents, publications and electronic information of international organizations. 2nd ed. Vol. 2. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Hajnal, Peter. (2001). Openness and civil society participation in the G8 and global governance. In John Kirton & Junichi Takase, (Eds.), New Directions in Global Political Governance: Creating International Order for the Twenty-first Century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Conference Papers

Hajnal, Peter. (2000, July). Partners or adversaries? The G7/G8 encounters civil society. Paper presented at the Academic Symposium "G8 2000: New Directions in Global Governance? G8 Okinawa Summit", Naha, Okinawa, Japan.

Research in Progress

International nongovernmental organizations and civil society in the information age.

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