World of Associations e-Newsletter

December 2011
In This Issue:
  • Constantly evolving, adding to the collected history of international civil society and increasing its value, the UIA is moving into its second century with enthusiasm
  • Times are tough: Should international associations spend their marketing dollars at trade shows?
  • Favourite spots in Valencia
November 2011
In This Issue:
  • UIA's 2011 RoundTable: "Associations in action: social legacy and community engagement"
  • EWEA: Innovating today, shaping tomorrow
  • Favourite spots in Kyoto
October 2011
In This Issue:
  • Tribute to Wangari Maathai: an outstanding woman, an outstanding humanist, innovator, civil society activist, and leader.
  • Personalisation at congresses: Which main trends in the convention industry are relevant for international associations?
  • Favourite spots in Leipzig
September 2011
In This Issue:
  • Social Legacy: End your next conference not only with a smile on your own face but also leaving a smile on the faces of those you've left behind you.
  • IHEU talks about their congress following the bombing in Oslo and the massacre at Utøya
  • Favourite spots in Oslo
August 2011
In This Issue:
  • "Politics is the art of the possible"? NGOs are the artists of the politically possible.
  • Speeches are important to our life and career, and we must perform them well. What is a good speech?
  • Favourite spots in Tallinn



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