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International Institute for Non-Aligned Studies (IINS), an international organisation, was founded on September 19, 1980. It was established to project and highlight the convictions of the peoples of the Non-aligned World. IINS has provided a platform to voice the viewpoint of billions of people of the third world.

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NEWS FROM NON-ALIGNED WORLD (NNW) – A news and features agency in English and Hindi, was established on November 1, 1979 in manifestation of the emerging concept of New Information and Communication Order outlined by the developing and NAM countries. The agency filled the void in media exposition of the issues, events and achievements of the third world.

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Indira Gandhi on Non-Alignment

China Asia and World

Conspiracy Against Non-Aligned Movement

Non-Alignment and Nuclear Disarmament

Economic Transformation of Third World Challenges and Strategies

Socialism and Non-Alignment

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Mwalimu Nyerere’s legacy in the Non-Aligned Movement

Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922–1999), the first president of the United Republic of Tanzania (1964–1985) was a prominent figure in Non-Aligned Movement. Nyerere embraced [...]

Non-Aligned Movement striving for social development

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) came into existence during the first conference of Heads of State of non-aligned countries that took place in Belgrade in [...]

NAM supports Basel Convention on the Control of Trans boundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal

Non-Aligned Movement has regularly expressed its concerns over the environmental issues that adversely affect the international community and the developing world in particular. One [...]

NAM Expresses concerns over Human Trafficking

Human trafficking has become a serious transnational threat, threatening the security of not only the individual victims but entire communities as well. Article 3, [...]

Non-Aligned Movement strengthening Multilateralism

NAM was initiated to sustain peace within the developing nations but it also aimed at gaining economic stability and sufficiency in the member nations. [...]

NAM Member States support Nagoya Protocol

The Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization (ABS) to the Convention [...]

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