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Institute of International Education

Institute of International Education
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Advocacy Project - A Voice for the Voiceless | - Home German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition (Right Navigation) — Faculty of Social Sciences - exploring the links between law and economic development APSIH International & Area Studies | Research UC Berkeley Skip to main content You are here Home International & Area Studies International & Area Studies International & Area Studies Exploring the world and tackling global problems have long been a key part of UC Berkeley’s traditions. Research on various regions of the world is facilitated by nine interdisciplinary international and area studies centers and institutes. IAS Centers & Institutes Africa Center for African Studies East Asia Institute of East Asian Studies Europe Institute of European Studies International Studies Institute of International Studies Latin America Center for Latin American Studies Middle East Center for Middle Eastern Studies Eastern Europe & Eurasia Institute of Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies South Asia Center for South Asia Studies Southeast Asia Center for Southeast Asia Studies

Official, IGO & NGO Resources - Development Studies - Guides at Emory University - Main Library (Woodruff) Directories/Lists Directory of Development Organizations lists almost 54,000 organizations involved in development. For easier referencing, the directory has been divided into 6 geographical sections: Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, North America, and Oceania. Provides brief information on each organization including a link to a website if available. For each of the regions contacts have been annotated by the following 9 categories: (1) international organizations; (2) government institutions; (3) private sector support organizations (including fairtrade); (4) finance institutions; (5) training and research centres; (6) civil society organizations; (7) development consulting firms (including references to job opportunities and vacancy announcements); (8) information providers (development newsletters/journals); and, (9) grantmakers. Some Other Guides to Development Related Agencies: Canadian International Development Agency Topics e.g.

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