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or not, from at least two sovereign states with the aim of pursuing the common interest of the membership. Three most common classifications of international organization will be used to examine international organization: MEMBERSHIP What are the building blocks? There are two kinds of classification in membership. First is type of membership. There are the intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), made up of governmental representatives, and inter non-governmental organizations (INGOs or NGOs). There are discussions as to whether IGOs are similar to interstates organizations though some distinctions are pointed out. But to this date this two terms are used interchangeably. There are also numbers of international organizations with mixed memberships. Also the transgovernmental organizations (TGOs) are organizations between governmental actors that are not controlled by the central foreign policy organs which are drawn from groups, associations, organizations or individuals from within the state. A transnational organization (TNO) creates a business international non-governmental organizations (BINGOs) or multinational enterprises or corporations (MNEs/MNCs). Regionalism Versus Universalism Another kind is the extent of membership, the catchment area from which it is drawn. This distinction between regional members and universal members of international organizations
Most academic writings on this question have discerned a tension between the trend towards regional organizations and that towards universal aspirations.informs us not just about the extent of membership but also about the aspirations of the organization. These structure is used to differentiate organizations from each other and see how this institutions manages within its members and other organizations. STRUCTURE One of the easiest ways used to classify international organizations is by the structure of their institutions and the comparative power of these institutions. aims and activities are usually written and stated in the basic document by which they have been established. This is the same for the activities that an organization is undertaking. The historical growth of the numbers and complexity of international organizations have provided a wide range of structure. . AIMS AND ACTIVITIES This aspect of the organizations defines them as to what they are supposed to do and what they actually do that is the heart of their existence. But this does not imprisons the aims that an organization wants to achieve but only to emphasize the intentions for the existence of the organization. enumerating the sort of activities it has undertaken. This aspects. This is an area that can be judge by the record of the organization.
Imelda Barce .Summary Of the Classifications of International Organizations Christine Mae Estrella AB Political Science IV Mrs.