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PAF 9183 International Nonprofit Organizations
3.0 Hours; 3.0 Credits

This course examines the international dimension of the nonprofit world. It focuses on those nonprofit organizations that work across borders because: 1) they seek to influence global issues such as economic justice, human rights or the environment; 2) they deliver aid or capacity building programs in developing countries; or 3) they are the secretariat or headquarters of an international network of organizations. The course will explore international and cross-cultural management issues, relationships with national governments and supranational entities, and international advocacy strategies. Open to Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs students; others with Marxe School permission.

Prerequisites or Co-requisite: None