Recent Examples of nongovernment from the Web
In a separate statement read in Manila churches, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle offered to host a dialogue on the drug problem among government and police officials, along with families of victims, nongovernment groups and medical experts.
But nongovernment organizations including Greenpeace and Wild Poland Foundation say the vast majority of trees felled so far were unaffected by the beetles.
Kim Yi Dionne: In this guest post, Jennifer Brass shares insights from her important book on the blurring boundary between government and nongovernment actors in providing public services in Kenya and beyond.
The environmental committee includes representatives from several of the region's nongovernment environmental groups and from city, town and county governments.
There are checks on an autocrat’s power to build unnecessarily gigantic structures, including popular access to information from a free press or other nongovernment sources.
But no matter—before the press conference, Trump tweeted out an accusation that the intelligence community had leaked a dossier of information put together by nongovernment private investigators, accusing the agencies of behaving like Nazis.
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