국제대학원 기말 페이퍼입니다.(영문)
Ⅱ. The UN Definition of an Acceptable NGO?
Ⅲ. The Role of NGO
Ⅳ. NGO Bargaining Leverages
Ⅴ. Various Perspectives on NGO
Ⅵ. Institutional Relationship between NGO and UN
Ⅶ. NGOs and Partnership
Ⅷ. NGO and Environments
Ⅸ. The Challenge Facing NGOs in UN.
NGOs are playing an increasingly more important role in forming polices that are changing the world today. NGOs influence decisions made by governments and diplomats and provide a voice for causes that world otherwise go unheard.
The United Nations helps to solve the problems facing the world today by facilitating communication and promoting mutually supportive activities between diverse groups of state and non-state actors. The United Nations maintains close relations with thousands of NGOs around the world because NGOs play an important role in interaction between civil society and government. The Stockholm conference marked a watershed in UN deliberation on the environment and in the engagement of environmental NGOs with the United Nations system.
*Thomas Princen, "NGOs: Creating a niche in environment diplomacy," in Environmental NGOs in World Politics (1993)
*Ken Conca, "Greening the UN: Environmental Organization and the UN system," in Weiss, NGOs, the UN, and Global Governance (1996)
*김동춘 외, 글로벌 시민사회와 NGO, "NGO란 무엇인가", 서울: 아르케, (2000)
*John Baylis and Steve Smith, Transnational Actors and International Organizations in Global Plitics, The Globalization of World Politics, Oxford University Press, (1999)