Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are organizations often focused on social or humanitarian issues. NGOs may receive partial or full funding from governments but are not part of any government. Examples include the Nature Conservancy or the World Wildlife Foundation.
International inter-governmental organizations (IGOs) are groups of sovereign states with mutual interests which work toward a unified goal. Examples include the United Nations, the European Union, and the World Bank.
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