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Researching Non-Governmental Organizations

There are a series of databases available through the library and on the free web that will give you access to information about Non-Governmental Organizations. Tools like CBCA Complete and IBSS can help you find peer-reviewed journal articles on your topics while tools like Factiva can help you find news stories on your organization. As we discussed in class, it is important to properly cite the use of these sources in your assignment by attributing them to the individual database or website through which you found them.

 

Get Involved Assignment - List of NGOs

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