The Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN) is excited to announce that it is expanding its board to include up to four new individuals who will bring a variety of nonprofit skills and international experiences to the table. With our new 501(C)(3) status, we are looking to further build the organization and its structure to fully achieve our vision of being the leader in providing a collaborative environment for Minnesota-based international NGOs to learn and exchange ideas.
Attention: Missed the Panel? It is now available for viewing free HERE.
On Wednesday, June 15, 2011, the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN), in collaboration with the U.S. State Department, hosted a sold-out panel discussion with international and Minnesota-based activists on new media and social change. The event, titled “Innovative Strategies for New Media in Civil Society and Human Rights Advocacy”, was held at the Millennium Hotel in downtown Minneapolis.
We’ve made some changes at MINN to make it easier for you to share your organization’s goings-on with other NGO movers and shakers from across the state. Now you can post events, job openings, volunteer opportunities, and details about your organization by simply submitting the information through the MINN website.
Sharing is a breeze.
You may have noticed that after five years as the Midwest International NGO Network (MINN), we have changed our name to the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN). This change was made to more accurately reflect the focus and strength of our network, as we pursue a nonprofit IRS registry as a 501 (c) 3.
Minneapolis, May 19, 2011 - As part of its Sustainable Film Series, MINN members attended the screening of the documentary “Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo” at the University of Minnesota on Thursday May 19th. The film explores Japanese fascination and interaction with insects – from butterflies to rhino beetles.