Unchallenged in this field of reference since 1910, the Yearbook of International Organizations (guide to global civil society networks) provides the most extensive coverage of non-profit international organizations available today, whether governmental or non-governmental.
Not just a directory of names and addresses, the Yearbook gives you the most detailed and up-to-date profiles of organizations at work in the world today. Directly reflecting a dynamic international arena, it contains entries on almost 50,000 most important organizations active in about 300 countries and territories.
It profiles international non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations. There are all types of organization, from formal structures to informal networks, from professional bodies to recreational clubs. It does not, however, include for-profit enterprises.
Yearbook of international organizations; guide to global civil society networks, 48th ed. 2011-2012; 6v. (in seven volumes).(Brief article)(Book review)
Apr 01, 2012; 9789004205178 Yearbook of international organizations; guide to global civil society networks, 48th ed. 2011-2012; 6v. (in seven...
New kid in the global arena; Nongovernmental organizations take social and political battles across national boundaries.(Features)(Ideas)
Feb 03, 2000; In Bangladesh, a shop owner gets a $175 "micro loan" to expand his business. In Kenya, a woman joins the activist "green belt"...