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Title NGOs, the UN, and global governance / edited by Thomas G. Weiss, Leon Gordenker.
Imprint Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner, 1996.

Series Emerging global issues
Emerging global issues.
Subject United Nations.
Non-governmental organizations.
International cooperation.
International organization.
Alt Name Weiss, Thomas G. (Thomas George), 1946-
Gordenker, Leon, 1923-
Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Institute for International Studies (Brown University)
Description 250 pages ; 23 cm.
Note "Published in association with the thomas J Watson, Jr., Institute for International Studies, Brown University"--P. facing t.p.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-240) and index.
Contents Pluralizing global governance: analytical approaches and dimensions / Leon Gordenker and Thomas G. Weiss -- Reality check: human rights NGOs confront governments at the UN / Felice D. Gaer -- NGOs and the UN system in complex humanitarian emergencies: conflict or cooperation? / Andrew S. Natsios -- The bureaucracy and the free spirits: stagnation and innovation in the relationship between the UN and NGOs / Antonio Donini -- Greening the UN: environmental organisations and the UN system / Ken Conca -- IGO-NGO relations and hiv/aids: innovation or stalemate? / Christer Jon̈sson and Peter Sod̈erholm -- Engendering world conferences: the international women's movement and the UN / Martha Alter Chen -- Sealing up the grassroots and sealing down the summit: the relations between third world NGOs and the UN / Peter Uvin -- Coordinate? cooperate? harmonise? NGO policy and operational coalitions / Cyril Ritchie -- Partners in development? the state, NGOs, and the UN in Central America / Peter Sollis -- NGO participation in the international policy process / Leon Gordenker and Thomas G. Weiss.
Pluralizing global gover
ISBN 1555876269 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1555876137 (hardcover : alk. paper)
OCLC # 34077148
Table of Contents
 Foreword / Boutros Boutros-Ghali7
 Preface / Thomas G. Weiss13
1Pluralizing Global Governance: Analytical Approaches and Dimensions / Leon Gordenker, Thomas G. Weiss17
2Reality Check: Human Rights NGOs Confront Governments at the UN / Felice D. Gaer51
3NGOs and the UN System in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies: Conflict or Cooperation? / Andrew S. Natsios67
4The Bureaucracy and the Free Spirits: Stagnation and Innovation in the Relationship Between the UN and NGOs / Antonio Donini83
5Greening and UN: Environmental Organisations and the UN System / Ken Conca103
6IGO-NGO Relations and HIV/AIDS: Innovation or Stalemate? / Christer Jonsson, Peter Soderholm121
7Engendering World Conferences: The International Women's Movement and the UN / Martha Alter Chen139
8Scaling Up the Grassroots and Scaling Down the Summit: The Relations Between Third World NGOs and the UN / Peter Uvin159
9Coordinate? Cooperate? Harmonise? NGO Policy and Operational Coalitions / Cyril Ritchie177
10Partners in Development? The State, NGOs, and the UN in Central America / Peter Sollis189
11NGO Participation in the International Policy Process / Leon Gordenker, Thomas G. Weiss209
 List of Acronyms223
 Annotated Bibliography227
 About the Authors241
 About the Book249
 Books in the Series250

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