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Form is the shape, visual appearance, or configuration of an object. In a wider sense, the form is the way something is or happens.

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Organizations relating to Form

Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth of the European Commission / Est. 1989
ARTDO International / Manila, Philippines / Est. 1974
Résolution sur les Minorités Linguistiques et Culturelles dans la Communauté Européenne / Est. 1994
Africa Capacity-Building Initiative / Est. 2001
Latin American College / Est. 1953
European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education / Est. 1972
Nordic Council for Ready-Made Clothing
International Bureau of the Societies Administering the Rights of Mechanical Recording and Reproduction / Neuilly-sur-Seine, France / Est. 1929
International Committee for Medical Extension Courses / Est. 1909
International Methanol Technical Bureau / Est. 1970
IIED América-Latina / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1988
International Federation for Parent Education / Sèvres, France / Est. 1964
Training Centre for International Realities / Est. 1973
Regional Convention on the Recognition of Studies, Diplomas and Degrees in Higher Education in Asia and the Pacific / Paris, France / Est. 1983
International Association of Training and Research in Family Education / Mons, Belgium / Est. 1987
Centre de formation URTNA / Est. 1978
International Neology and Terminology Network / Est. 1986
Marie Schlei Association - Assistance for Women in Africa, Asia and Latin America / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 1984
Next Genderation Network / Est. 1998
Centre de rencontres et d'études des dirigeants des administrations fiscales / Paris, France / Est. 1982
Institute of Transport Administration / Est. 1944
ASM International / Materials Park OH, USA / Est. 1913
Réseau afrique formation développement agricole et rural
Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme / Est. 1978
Fédération mondiale des docteurs d'état et diplômés des universités de France / Paris, France / Est. 2004

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World Problems relating to Form

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Environmental degradation through military activity during peace-time
Lack of time
Declining volunteer services
Repossession of property
Lack of time flexibility in the labour market
Reduction of working time
Insecurity of part-time employment
Shortage of time for appropriate policy making
Deforestation in time of war
Wasted time
Limited leisure time
Inadequate sense of time
Outdated production line methods
Fatalistic attitudes to the use of time
Differing conceptions of time
Confining home duties
Inadequate world calendar
Limited shared time
Multiplicity of time standards
Insufficient personal time
Constraint of time on individual and social development
Frequent schedule disruptions
Time consuming procedures

Action Strategies relating to Form

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Disciplining use of time
Improving sense of time
Improving time-keeping
Organizing time
Working flexible times
Synchronizing season time
Returning to solar time
Using daylight saving
Focusing on accelerating time
Using part-time employees
Shaping inclusive gestalt
Applying gestalt filter to collective deliberation
Reducing amount of wasted waiting time
Grounding gestalt patterns
Marking annual time patterns
Reducing amount of wasted time
Paying on time
Awakening interior time
Designing space-time ontology
Studying time habits
Increasing productivity of meeting time
Expanding part-time employment positions
Depriving time
Providing sufficient parliamentary time to approve urgent legislation
Holding fatalistic attitudes to the use of time

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