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This e-newsletter features upcoming international congresses, interviews with association executives, surveys, and best meeting deals/offers for organizations. It is also an interactive platform for international associations who are seeking for opinion-sharing with their peers on topical issues, best practices and experiences.

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February 2020
In This Issue:
  • Shared Problems, Shared Values, Shared Strategies
  • For Every Child, Every Right: The Convention on the Rights of the Child at a crossroads. New York: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 2019
  • Why Orlando?
January 2020
In This Issue:
  • 48th ARNOVA Conference: Nonprofits and Philanthropy in a Polarized World: Speaking Truth to Power and Using Power to Speak Truth
  • Shifting dynamics
  • Why London?
December 2019
In This Issue:
  • UIA Round Table: the teacher as student
  • Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development (PCSD) - Toolkit
  • Why Zagreb?
November 2019
In This Issue:
  • Solvay Executive Master in International Association Management
  • Building a better world together
  • Why Tokyo?
October 2019
In This Issue:
  • Shared learning: Bringing education opportunities to national associations
  • The rise of artificial intelligence
  • Why Antwerp?
September 2019
In This Issue:
  • Why brand awareness cannot be ignored in the non-profit world
  • Opportunities for interactions
  • Why Boston?
August 2019
In This Issue:
  • From conference concept to design to delivery – PCOs do it all
  • Predicting the consequences
  • Why Budapest?
July 2019
In This Issue:
  • Thailand takes aim at driving its policy with international conventions
  • Recognising the difficulties we all face
  • Why Glasgow?
June 2019
In This Issue:
  • Inspirational education at The Meetings Show
  • Promoting diversity, quality, openness and inclusiveness
  • Why Lisbon?
May 2019
In This Issue:
  • Representing International Organizations in Word and Deed: The UIA in Historical Perspective
  • Public Opinion and Democracy
  • Why Toronto?

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