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Social

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Description

Living organisms including humans are social when they live collectively in interacting populations, whether they are aware of it, and whether the interaction is voluntary or involuntary.

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Organizations relating to Social

Association of Nongovernmental Development and Service Bodies in Guatemala
Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth of the European Commission / Est. 1989
International Black Women for Wages for Housework / Est. 1975
ARTDO International / Est. 1974
British and European Osteopathic Association / Est. 1976
International Federation of Audit Bureaux of Certification / Est. 1963
Hire Association Europe / Est. 1974
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action / Est. 1971
Agence marocaine de coopération internationale / Est. 1986
Indo-Pacific Association of Law, Medicine and Science / Est. 1983
Convention Affecting the Nationality of Arabs Resident in Countries to Which They Are Not Related by Origin / Est. 1952
International Society of Professional Thermographers
Network of African Medical Anthropologists / Est. 1992
Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals / Est. 1999
International Union of Muslim Scouts / Est. 1992
European Institute of Healthcare
International Committee for Medical Extension Courses / Est. 1909
Veuve dans la société, La
European Centre for Research and Development in Primary Health Care / Est. 1991
European Trade Union Education Network
Weltnotwerk der KAB
International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers
United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union / Est. 1939
International Network for Urban Research and Action / Est. 1991
Terra Renaissance

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World Problems relating to Social

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Underdevelopment of countries
Neurological rage
Sectarianism
Dominance of economic motives
Social isolation of the elderly
Social environmental degradation from recreation and tourism
Profanity
Excessive television viewing
Social costs of substance abuse
Excessive population mobility
Social withdrawal of aged
Aircraft noise
Deviance
Schizoid personality disorder
Boasting
Paternity
Negative effects of maternity
Student revolt
Social breakdown
Social outcasts
Misuse of advertising
Erosion of social contract
Social revolution
Loneliness
Civil disorders

Action Strategies relating to Social

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing social security services
Increasing social responsibility of banks
Protecting children's rights
Forming world-wide social change coalitions
Reducing social symptoms of ill health
Ensuring corporate social responsibility
Building social cohesion
Assisting those in poverty
Researching priorities
Studying human dimensions of environmental change
Forming intentional communities
Constructing social morality
Revitalizing societal conscience
Judging social inadequacy
Providing conditions for dialogue between different perspectives
Negating ambiguous decision-making
Promoting social change
Creating alternative society
Expanding models of social change
Delaying implementation of social change
Analysing social networks
Changing behaviour with incentives
Anticipating possible development needs
Managing change
Studying social reform

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