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General Org Information
 
Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II Type III

Inas

1986 Sheffield UK C

International Association for Machine Translation

IAMT 1992 Sheffield UK C y International Federations

International Association of Oral Pathologists

IAOP 1976 Sheffield UK C v

International Parasitic Plant Society

IPPS 2001 Sheffield UK D

International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology

ISPOG 1972 Sheffield UK D

International Sports Engineering Association

ISEA 1996 Sheffield UK D v

European Lung Foundation

ELF 2000 Sheffield UK E f Foundations

European Network on the Economics of the Firm

ENEF 2004 Sheffield UK E

International Committee for Robot Arms Control

ICRAC 2009 Sheffield UK E

International Council for Archaeozoology

ICAZ 1976 Sheffield UK F v

International Flame Research Foundation

IFRF 1948 Sheffield UK F f Foundations

Society of Indexers

1957 Sheffield UK F Professional Bodies

CLC International

CLC 1941 Sheffield UK G

Centre for Gender Studies in Europe

2000 Sheffield UK N
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