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Humanitarian institutions and/in the Global South: contestation, translation or regionalization? Global South workshop sponsored by the ISA Internati...
ISA Headquarters posted in International Organization (IO) on September 06, 2017
The ISA International Organization section approved funds to support a Special Workshop on the topic of International Institutions and/in the Global South for the 2018 meeting in San Francisco. The committee may award up to $5000 to support a collaborative initiative on this topic and mentions that additional funding will be necessary. The deadline for applications is October 30, 2017.
The ISA International Organization section requests proposals for the running of a special workshop on the topic of International Institutions and/in the Global South prior to the 2018 Convention in San Francisco (4-7 April).
We are excited to announce that we are sponsoring the three Working Groups at the upcoming ISA 2017 Annual Convention in Baltimore, Maryland.
The International Organization section of ISA is searching for several new members for its executive committee and for a new section head. Elections w...

The Journal of International Organizations Studies now invites contributions to its Fall 2014 issue. We would like to invite you to submit innovative research on international organizations to We also welcome book or subject reviews (contact: and Insider's View i.e. contributions from practitioners on the inner workings of IOs. Attached to this e-mail you will find a flier with further information on the journal. We look forward to receiving your submissions!

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