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Elizabeth Anne Bloodgood

Associate Professor

Department: Political Science

Faculty: Arts and Science

Elizabeth Anne Bloodgood
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7914
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Political Activism, Non Governmental Orgainazation, Debt Forgiveness, International Relations, Transnational Politics, International organizations, (UN, EU, WTO, OAS, NATO, NAFTA), protest united nations european union world trade globalization civil society lobbying amnesty ngo

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Dr. Beth Bloodgood is interested in the emergence and influence of non-governmental organizations (INGOs) and the political power of information and data. Her SSHRC-funded research (with Wendy Wong, Toronto, and Sarah Stroup, Middlebury) in partnership with Ajah examines NGO lifecycles and populations cross-nationally and over time in order to understand the relationships between national regulations, nonprofit data environments, and nonprofit regulators. The Global Registry of Nonprofit Data Sources (GRNDS) can be found at and on the GRNDS Dataverse (

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