Global civil society activity in Newark DE, USA
Organizations based in Newark DE
Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Est. 1957
Global Forum on Oceans, Coasts and Islands Est. 2002
Conference Group for Central European History Est. 1957
International Literacy Association Est. 1956
Association for Human Rights Defense International Est. 2000
International Federation for Produce Standards Est. 2001
Past Events in Newark DE
2015 Joint Conference – International Association for Computing and Philosophy
2014 Conference – Research Society for Victorian Periodicals
2013 International Equitation Science Conference – International Society for Equitation Science
2007 Transatlantic dialogue / Trans-Atlantic Dialogues – European Group for Public Administration
2002 Biennial international workshop on rare-earth magnets and their applications
2002 International Workshop – International Workshop on Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets and their Applications
2000 Workshop – International Triticeae Mapping Initiative
1998 International workshop on distributed systems – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
1998 Biennial Symposium – International Society of Coating Science and Technology
1997 Congress – International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation
1990 Annual International Conference on Boundary Element Technology (BETECH) – International Society for Boundary Elements
1980 Conference – International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making
1976 International Conference – International Basement Tectonics Association
1976 Conference – International Conference on Basement Tectonics
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