Essays in this section offer reflections on cultural policy in the digital age, on contemporary imperatives for cultural policy, on the formation of research in emerging sectors, and on the democratization of culture in Third World networks.
What does TWN stand for?
TWN stands for Third World Network
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of TWN
We have 26 other meanings of TWN in our Acronym Attic
- Total Workforce Management System (software)
- Trade Waste Management System (Australia)
- Tokyo Women's Medical University
- Three Way Mix Valve
- Two-Wheeled Motor Vehicle (transportation)
- Taiwan (ISO Country code)
- The Washington Note (political blog)
- The Weather Network (Canada)
- Theatre Workshop of Nantucket (Nantucket, MA)
- Thermoplastic Water Resistant Insulated Wire, Nylon Jacketed (CSA)
- Triumph Werke Nürnberg (German: Triumph Works Nuremberg; motorcycle)
- Twin Industries Corporation
- Two Week Notice (job recruiting)
- Tactical Wireless Network Assurance (US Army)
- Tillicum/Woodbrook Neighborhood Association (Lakewood, WA)
- Truck Writers of North America (Charlotte, NC)
- The World Needs A Hero (Megadeth album)
- The Waterloo Networking Company (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
- Two Way Non Coherent
- Taiwan National Computer Emergency Response Team (Taipei City, Taiwan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier, at another session, Chee Yoke Ling from Third World Network laid down some of the bare facts.
Third World Network (2005) "New Row on Legality of Iraq War," March 28.
These state that as historical polluters, and due to their higher technological and economic capabilities, developed countries should shoulder the main burden for tackling climate change", said Martin Khor, director of the Third World Network of groups based in Malaysia.
00 Hardcover QH442 The editors (of the Norwegian Institute of Gene Ecology and the Third World Network in Malaysia) are responsible for an international biosafety course ("Holistic Foundations for Assessment and Regulation of Genetic Engineering and Genetically Modified Organisms") that is aimed at scientists, regulators, and civil society leaders from developing countries.
This underscores the economy's low productivity, according to a poverty official, the Coordinator of the Third World Network, Africa, who was interviewed for the Agenda's March 19, 2007 story.
The Third World Network of Scientific Organizations (TWNSO) is a non-government organization founded to promote science-based economic improvement in developing countries.
By contrast Martin Khor of Third World Network observed: "The Ministerial Declaration was balanced against the developing countries.