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In July, at the Third International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD), the Office cosponsored a side event convened by the African Interfaith Initiative on the Post 2015 Development Agenda.
"AFS is proud to have cosponsored the North American Pavilion at GIFA 2011," said Jerry Call, AFS executive vice president.
The reception is cosponsored by the League of California Cities--Latino Caucus (LCC-LC) which is chaired by Nora Campos, councilmember, San Jose.
Once you are at the Legislative Action Center, click on "Issues and Legislation." This will allow you to see whether the lawmakers who represent you in Congress have cosponsored these pro-life bills.
The United Spinal Association (USA) Mets, 2003 National Wheelchair Softball Association Division II champions, cosponsored by the New York Mets and USA, recently participated in a day of exhibition wheelchair-softball games with two local teams on a brand-new, state-of-the-art wheelchair-softball field.
We cosponsored education at the 2003 ADA convention in San Francisco, and we enjoy complimentary exhibit space in the ADA's exhibit hall from time to time and so continue to be part of its annual convention.
Senator Hagel from Nebraska spoke on September 8 about the importance of open trade for consumers, at an event in Washington, DC that was cosponsored by CA.
The initiative is cosponsored by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Ford Motor Company, the Asian Development Bank, and the governments of Japan and the Netherlands.
In May 2001, NIST, with NSA's Advanced Development Research Activity, cosponsored its second annual pervasive computing conference.
Peninsula cosponsored a rally and vigil calling for peace, not weapons in space.
July 15-August 3, 2002, Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany: Linguistic Summer School on Formal and Functional Linguistics: Approaches, History, and Results, hosted by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Sprachwissenschaft, cosponsored by the Linguistic Society of America.