September 2006
Nieman Reports;Fall2006, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p97
The article profiles Paul Stoop, and his vacation plans to the U.S. Paul Stoop started as the head of communications at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin, Germany, which does independent research on civil society, governance, international conflicts, public health, social issues and mobility. One of his tasks include the publication of a quarterly report, which is sent for free to interested public in the media, non-government organizations, administrations and researchers. He plans to use is first vacation in the U.S. to go kayaking in Vermont and to see his friends in New York.


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