UIA's World of Associations

Newsletter of the Union of International Associations

e-Newsletter, 7 issues in 2023

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UIA’s World of Associations is our e-newsletter, which reaches over 15,000 international associations with a focus on our publications, services and activities supporting associations, and on promoting contact with the providers they need. The e-newsletter features the popular series ‘Why this city?’, with companion articles to highlight aspects of association and conference life. Toolboxes will announce new developments, while our list of upcoming congresses across the regions of the world will give a glimpse of the extraordinary range of events and their venues, taken from our constantly updated and expanded Congress Calendar. We shall feature networks, partners, associations new and old – the UIA’s Yearbook and Global Civil Society Database are brimming with information to share. Our e-newsletter continues to be an interactive platform for international associations who are seeking for opinion-sharing with their peers on topical issues, best practices and experiences. And if you have news, share it with us.

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Newsletter Archive

October 2013
In This Issue:
  • The Millennium Project and its Global Futures Intelligence System
  • Translating science into treatment: Interview with Prof Hans G. Kress, President of the European Pain Federation
  • Favourite places in Singpore
September 2013
In This Issue:
  • 1st UIA Associations Round Table in Asia
  • Brain Health is the Supreme Wealth: Interview with Dr. Vladimir Hachinski, President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN)
  • Favourite spots in Singpore: Top three restaurants
August 2013
In This Issue:
  • Relations between Public Institutions and Civil Society Organizations
  • It's crucial for practitioners and researchers to begin a dialogue: Interview with Dilip K. Das, Ph.D., Founding President of the International Police Executive Symposium
  • After the meeting in Budapest: Famous sites to visit
July 2013
In This Issue:
  • Visas: check afresh: Tips for association meeting planners
  • Navigate the complexities of the global educational landscape: Interview with the International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching
  • Favourite spots in Ghent
June 2013
In This Issue:
  • EAS 2013 successfully launched: “Associations have been quick to adapt to social media. Now they need to improve the ability to effectively choose among the channels“
  • Improve the quality of life of the world’s older people: Interview with the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics
  • Favourite spots in Seoul
May 2013
In This Issue:
  • What if...? Insurance – a dilemma! What if our conference is cancelled? Our star speaker doesn't turn up? We plan for the best, but should we – or could we – insure against the worst?
  • Reach out to more professionals: Interview with the Academy for Eating Disorders
  • Favourite spots in Montréal
April 2013
In This Issue:
  • First European Association Summit, Brussels: Directors, volunteers and active staff of international associations have a new date on their agendas
  • Global Conference on Sustainability and Reporting: What makes it "the must-attend sustainability event of 2013"?
  • Favourite spots in Amsterdam
March 2013
In This Issue:
  • Dates to Note, Places to Be: UIA's 2013 Associations Round Tables in Singapore and Brussels
  • 21st Century Learning Has to Be Mobile: ATEE on ICT's role in a meaningful learning environment
  • Favourite spots in Brussels
February 2013
In This Issue:
  • Hybrid Meetings: the Fresh Kid On the Block...
  • "The Biggest Challenge Is the Fragmentation of Airspace": CANSO on the top issues for the World ATM Congress 2013
  • Favourite spots in Madrid
January 2013
In This Issue:
  • How to Approach International Growth and Development Today?
  • Vital for the Public to Take an Interest in the Ocean: Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans on why people who are concerned about climate change should care about the oceans
  • Favourite spots in Cape Town

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