international organisation definition

international organisation means an organisation and its subordinate bodies governed by public international law, or any other body which is set up by, or on the basis of, an agreement between two or more countries.
international organisation means an entity established by formal political agreements between member countries that have the status of international treaties, whose existence is recognised by law in member countries and which is not treated as a resident institutional unit of the country in which it is located;
international organisation has the same meaning as in the GDPR;

Examples of international organisation in a sentence

Develop and maintain regular contacts with the Administrative Authorities of Contracting Parties to the Convention in the Region, as well as create and maintain linkages with high level officials in other relevant government ministries and agencies, Regional Organisations, Multilateral Environmental Agreements, International Organisation Partners and NGOs.

International Trade Union Confederation, United Nations Environment Programme, International Labour Organisation and the International Organisation of Employers (date) Green Jobs: towards decent work in a sustainable, low-carbon world (Nairobi: UNON).

Representatives of the following international intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) took part in the session in an observer capacity: European Union (EU), International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), International Trade Centre (ITC), West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU), World Trade Organization (WTO) (5).

The Fund will be investing in Asia Pacific (ex Japan) countries where the regulatory authorities are members of the International Organisation of Securities Commission (IOSCO) which will include but will not be limited to Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, South Korea, and Australia.

Assisted voluntary return and reintegration programmes (AVVR), such as those promoted by some States and NGOs through specific programmes or in conjunction with the International Organisation for Migration, aim to provide humane, safe and dignified return and reintegration options for irregular migrants and for asylum-seekers whose claim to protection has not been upheld and who wish to return voluntarily to their country of origin (or a third country where they have a residence permit).


More Definitions of international organisation

international organisation means an organisation of which two or more governments are members, and includes any committee or other subordinate body of such an organisation;
international organisation means any international organisation whose members include any two or more States, or any organ of such an organisation;
international organisation means any legal entity arising from the association of States, other than the Community, established on the basis of a treaty or similar act, having common institutions and an international legal personality distinct from that of its member states.
international organisation means an organisation, the members of which are sovereign powers or governments of sovereign powers;
international organisation means an international organisation-
international organisation means any organisation of States or Governments of States or any organ or any agency of any organisation of that kind;
international organisation means any international organisation or wholly owned agency or instrumentality thereof. This category includes any intergovernmental organisation (including a supranational organisation) (1) that is comprised primarily of governments; (2) that has in effect a headquarters or substantially similar agreement with the jurisdiction; and (3) the income of which does not inure to the benefit of private persons.