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International Non-governmental organisations: their purposes, methods and accomplishments

Lyman Cromwell White

International Non-governmental organisations: their purposes, methods and accomplishments

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Published by Greenwood Pr in New York .
Written in English


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Statementby Lyman Cromwell White ; assisted by Marie Ragonetti Zocca.
The Physical Object
Pagination325p.
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13947020M

International scientific unions are non-profit non-governmental scientific organisations with an international scope of activities, international membership, and international governance. For almost years, the geoscientists working in the unions have been constructing ways of research cooperation regardless of their personal national.


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69 Arti in 2 The Charter of The United Nations: A Commentary( Cited by: Non-governmental organisations in international law Anna-Karin Lindblom Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) play an increasing political role on the international scene, and their position in relation to international law is generally regarded as important but informal.

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