Tomorrow's World has been widely
used to promote Australia as an innovative nation, and we
have on many occasions in the past gladly given our permission
for our material to be used by the Australian Government.
Here are some examples of how Tomorrow's World has
CSIRO VIP Gifts. Tomorrow's World selected by
the Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation
(CSIRO) as a reference source and V.I.P. gifts.
Prime Ministerial VIP Gifts. Tomorrow's World
selected by The Ceremonial & Hospitality Branch of The
Department of The Prime Minister & Cabinet for use by
the Governor-General, Prime Minister and senior Ministers
as V.I.P. gifts.
Ambassadorial VIP Gifts. Tomorrow's World selected
by the International Cultural Relations Branch of the Department
of Foreign Affairs & Trade for use by Australian Ambassadors,
High Commissioners, Consul-Generals and Consuls overseas
as V.I.P. gifts.
India Today. Permission granted to the Australian High
Commission, New Delhi, to use articles from Tomorrow's
World in a series of four supplements on Australia
and Australia-India relations, including trade and investment
in the national daily newspaper the Indian Express, and
a national festival organised by the Australian Government's
Australia-India Council in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne
and Canberra during April and May 1994.
Government Case Studies. APC commissioned by the Department
of Industry Science & Technology to write case studies,
on corporate recipients of Industry Research & Development
Grants, to promote the Commonwealth Government's contribution
to innovation in Australia.
Design & Technology Curriculum. Tomorrow's World
selected by the Board of Studies NSW as recommended reading
for teachers, for the Design & Technology curriculum
for year 11 and 12 students.
CeBIT '95. Permission granted to the CSIRO and Australian
Trade Commission (Austrade), to use material from Tomorrow's
World as part of the audio-visual presentation entitled
"InTelligent Australia" on the Australian stand
at the exhibition in May 1995.
Gifts for VIP Business Migrants. Tomorrow's World
selected by the Department of Immigration & Ethnic Affairs
for use as V.I.P. gifts to potential business migrants to
Australia, to promote Australia as an innovative country
in which to conduct business.
Global Cultural Diversity Conference 1995. Permission
granted to the Office of Multicultural Affairs, The Department
of The Prime Minister & Cabinet, to use material from
Tomorrow's World as part of a display to highlight
the contributions of Australians from non-English speaking
backgrounds at the conference in Sydney in April 1995.
Market Australia Campaign. A customised edition of Tomorrow's
World published for the Department of Foreign Affairs
& Trade as the V.I.P. gift and information source in
their $10.5 million Market Australia campaign to promote
Australia as an inventive nation in Australia and the Asia-Pacific.
Market Australia Campaign. APC asked by the Department
of Foreign Affairs & Trade to verify the advertising
claims and copy produced for them by their advertising agency
for the Market Australia campaign.
Australian Broadcasting Commission, Radio Australia.
Permission granted to the Australian Broadcasting Commission
to use material from Tomorrow's World for their
internationally broadcast technology program called Innovations.
Australia-India - New Horizons. A customised edition
of Tomorrow's World published for the Department
of Foreign Affairs & Trade, and the Department of Industry,
Science & Tourism and used to promote Australia-India
trade and relations.
Notice: Due to an unresolved dispute
with the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade),
who copied and adopted as their own certain material from
Tomorrow's World, the Australian Initiative, and published
the material in their Australia Open for Business website,
without remorse or recompense, access
by Australian Government servers to this online edition has
been blocked indefinitely.