UIA's World of Associations

Newsletter of the Union of International Associations

e-Newsletter, seven issues in 2024

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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

May 2020
In This Issue:
  • In search of "the new normal"
  • There will be a hunger for in-person events
  • Why Milan?
April 2020
In This Issue:
  • UIA: INGOs' Gateway to A Universe of Interconnected Alliance
  • Shaping engineers for responsible impact
  • Why Madrid?
March 2020
In This Issue:
  • UIA launches its 2020 Survey on the meetings of international associations
  • UIA invites you to its SUPERCENTENARY: 110th Anniversary of the First World Congress of International Associations
  • Why Delhi?
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?



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