Innovative change

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Innovative change

Organizations relating to Innovative change

EuroCINet / Est. 1994
Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives / Est. 1980
Organization for Peace and Appropriate Development for the Horn of Africa / Est. 1991
History of Social Transformation Network
Water, Engineering and Development Centre / Est. 1972
Global University Network for Innovation / Est. 1999
Centre international de recherches sur les logiques de complémentarités antagonistes
Women, Law and Development International / Est. 1979
Partners / Est. 1989
Gurdjieff Society / Est. 1955
Pan American Bioethics Institute, Santiago
PATH / Est. 1977
Centre for International Research and Advisory Networks / Est. 1992
Alternative Information and Development Centre / Est. 1996
TeachBeyond / Est. 1954
European Institute of Innovation and Technology / Est. 2005
European Network of the Alternative Economy of Solidarity / Est. 1992
European Network for Research and Innovation in Higher Education
Global Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building Systems / Est. 2001
Réseau des technologies de transformation des produits de base en Afrique / Est. 1991
Association for Evolutionary Economics
International NGO Forum
Group for the Study of Socialist Countries in Transition / Est. 1991
International Network of Alternative Financial Institutions / Est. 1995
Communication for Social Change Consortium / Est. 2000

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