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Boli, John and George M. Thomas

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and Culture in U.S. Foreign Relations | Culture editorsBoli, John, and George M. ThomasimprintPalo Alto: Stanford University Press. 1999.annotationAn edited volume that seeks to contextualize international nongovernmental organizations within the

Boli, John and George M. Thomas

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 30: U.S. Foreign Relations and Non-Governmental Actors | Major Synthetic or Theoretical Works editorsBoli, John, and George M. ThomasimprintPalo Alto: Stanford University Press. 1999.annotationAn edited volume that seeks to contextualize international nongovernmental

Dinah Shelton

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/187197407X210247 International Community Law Review 9 (2007) 139–155 I NTERNATIONAL C OMMUNITY L AW R EVIEW Th e International Court of Justice and Nongovernmental Organizations 1 Dinah Shelton Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor of Law

Grant J. Hewison

governmental and intergovernmental communities, in genuine partnership with NGOs. The success and cost-effectiveness of NGO action is to an important degree a func- tion of their spontaneity and freedom of action. David Bull, Environment Liaison Centre INTRODUCTION Environmental nongovernmental organizations

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Evija Kļave

Introduction by the editors : This chapter examines the complex dynamic relationships between governmental institutions and nongovernmental organizations ( ngo s) participating in the policy planning process. In particular, the author examines the case of ngo involvement in the process of

Alexander Osipov

and negligible instrumental value of national-cultural autonomy in Russia. The author provides an overview of the Russian legislation on nongovernmental organizations, of the 1996 Federal Law on National-Cultural Autonomy, and of other legislation incorporating the notion of national-cultural autonomy

Global Environmental Facility (GEF) to support appro- priate regional and national governmental and nongovernmental organizations to monitor marine pollution within GEF-eligible countries. h. NGOs should encourage and assist governments to regulate and monitor ma- rine ecosystems and river systems that