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An international organisation is an organisation with an international membership, scope, or presence.
International organisations are of 2 main types, namely, International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) and Inter Governmental Organisations (IGO).
INGOs are non-government organisations (NGOs), including international non-profit organisations and companies, that operate world-wide. World Organisation of the Scout Movement and International Committee of the Red Cross are two of its examples.
IGOs are international organisations that are made up of sovereign states. The states are referred to as member states. Some of the notable examples of IGOs are - United Nations (UN), Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Council of Europe (COE), International Labour Organisation (ILO) and International Police Organisation (INTERPOL).
International organisations provide help in setting up the international agenda, mediating political bargaining and providing place for political initiatives. They also act as catalysts for coalition- formation. International organisations also define the salient issues and decide which issues can be grouped together. In this way, they help priority determination of the governments or other governmental arrangements.
Associations are individual profession-related groups. These structured, organised groups are for the professional development and betterment. They look after the welfare and rights of the individuals practicing the profession particular to them. For example – Doctors’ association, Teachers’ association, Facilitators’ association, Labour association, Writers’ association, and the list goes on.
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