Intergovernmental Organizations


Intergovernmental Organizations
Mind Map by Idalia Flores, updated more than 1 year ago
Created by Idalia Flores almost 8 years ago

Resource summary

Intergovernmental Organizations
  1. International norms = international relations.
    1. Especially in time of change the institutions play a key role.
      1. concrete, tangible structures with specific functions and missions.
        1. they promote the national interests of their member states-not because of vague ideals.
          1. Examples: European Union, Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), Southern Cone Common Market (MERCOSUR), the African Union
            1. the key members of IGOs are states, NGOs, businesses, or individuals can have important advisory and consulting roles in IGOs.
              1. NGO´S
                1. global political purposes
                  1. for example: Amnesty International for human rights and Planned Parenthood for reproductive rights and family planning. Still others have cultural purposes- for example, the International Olympic Committee and religous
                2. <THE UNITED NATIONS>
                  1. Its members are sovereign states that have not empowered the UN to enforce its will within states´ territories except with the consent of those states´ governments.
                    1. porpouse: is to provide a global institutional structure through which states can sometimes settle conflicts with less reliance on the use of force.
                    2. Is based on the principles that states are equal under international law; that states have full sovereignty,independence and territorial integrity; carry out their international obligations- such as respecting diplomatic privileges, refraining from committing aggression, and observing the terms of treaties they sign.
                      1. States get several benefits from the UN: Foremost among these is the international stability that the UN tries to safeguard; this allows states to realize gains from trade and other forms of exchange.
                        1. it is a mechanism for conflict resolution in international security affairs.
                        2. Promotes and coordinates development assistance and other programs of economic and social development in the global South.
                          1. Is a coordinating system for information and planning by hundreds of internal and external agencies and programs, and for the publication of international data
                          2. IO´S
                            1. IGO´S
                              1. Are global in scope, others are regional or just bilateral
                              2. ING´S
                              Show full summary Hide full summary


                              Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
                              Quiz Geral
                              A2 Geography- Energy Security
                              Symbols in Lord of the Flies
                              Macbeth - Charcters
                              English Poetry Key Words
                              GCSE AQA Biology 2 Plants & Photosynthesis
                              Lilac Potato
                              AQA GCSE Physics Unit 3 Mindmap
                              Gabi Germain
                              History - Treaty of Versailles
                              An Inspector Calls - Quotes and Context
                              James Holder
                              Specific topic 7.5 Timber (Stock forms)
                              T Andrews