International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR)
1992-03 Baltimore IN USA
Mar 1992, Baltimore MD (USA), as International Research Society for Voluntary Associations, Nonprofit Organizations and Philanthropy, taking over activities of U-XE6129 - Steering Committee for an International Association on Third Sector Research. Inaugural conference: 4-7 Jul 1994, Pécs (Hungary).
Promote development of high quality research and education internationally on Third Sector related issues, theories and policies; enhance dissemination and application of knowledge about the subject worldwide.
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Board of Directors; Executive Committee. Regional networks: K-XE3797 - International Society for Third-Sector Research Africa Regional Network (ISTRAN); U-XK1774 - ISTR Arab-Speaking Network; K-XK1465 - ISTR Asia/Pacific Third Sector Network; K-XK1954 - ISTR European Third-Sector Network; K-XK1324 - ISTR Latin America and the Caribbean Network.
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