The article reflects target priorities, content and procedural aspects of activities of international organizations in the sphere of gifted and talented education. It is proved that discussed in the article international organizations are innovative educational networks, as they are characterized by a complex branched structure of the partnership. It is found out that these organizations have the common mission of developing the potential of gifted and talented children through the organization of cooperation of all stakeholders – teachers, parents, scientists, community, education policy makers and actually gifted individuals. The mission is being implemented in the number of tasks, namely: ensuring exchange of information, progressive ideas and experience through international conferences (annual or biannual depending on the organization); creation of an atmosphere of acceptance and recognition of gifted and talented children with different levels of training in any country; support and dissemination of the research on the nature of giftedness, talents, creativity, and the education of gifted and talented children and their teachers; providing opportunities for professional development of teachers working with gifted children of different ages; establishing and support a national education networks in education of gifted and talented children in the countries; support of international programs for gifted children; promoting training for parents and families raising gifted children to achieve full potential of each child. It was determined that the most common forms of exchange of experience are regular international, national and regional conferences (e.g. WCGTC World Conference, International ECHA Conference), which also include the involvement of all actors in the process, as well as publishing specialized research journals on education of the gifted and talented. Considering the fact that all of the organizations are focusing on the professional development of teachers as the main agents of change the prospect of further research could be the internationalization of professional development programs for teachers working with gifted and talented students.