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Maternity, Paternity

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Maternity, Paternity

International Federation for Parent Education / Est. 1964
International Adoption Network
Collection of Maintenance Allowances / Est. 1931
International Association of Parents of the Deaf / Est. 1965
Archconfraternity of Christian Mothers / Est. 1850
Regional Prevention of Maternal Mortality Network / Est. 1988
Union européenne des écoles de grands-parents
Convention on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law and Recognition of Decrees Relating to Adoptions / Est. 1965
Convention of 6 Feb 1931 Containing Certain Provisions of Private International Law Regarding Marriage, Adoption and Guardianship / Est. 1953
European Federation of Rudolf Steiner Waldorf School Parents / Est. 1992
Women Proutists / Est. 1978
African Charitable Society for Mother and Child Care / Est. 1983
International Order of Old Bastards / Est. 1945
National and International Adoption Organization / Est. 1983
MOPS International / Est. 1973
Adopt International / Est. 1983
International Parents' Organization / Est. 1957
Transatlantic Children's Enterprise / Est. 1985
Global Mamas
Commission européenne de contact des fédérations de parents d'élèves / Est. 1962
European Institute for the Best Interests of the Child / Est. 1992
North American Council on Adoptable Children / Est. 1974
International Association for Maternal and Neonatal Health / Est. 1977
European Network of Childbirth Associations / Est. 1993
International Organization of Parents, Teachers and Students Against Violence / Est. 1999

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World Problems relating to Maternity, Paternity

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Negative effects of maternity
Parental punishment
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Maternal mortality
Paternal negligence
Maternal deprivation
Denial of the right to paternity leave
Denial of right to maternity leave
Disrespect for elders
Denial of the right to procreate
Forced marriage
Threatened species of Xenospiza baileyi
Postnatal depression
Abortion-related deaths of mothers
Commercial surrogate mothers
Deteriorating social environments for raising children
Opposition to population control and family planning
Forced separation of parents and children
Illiteracy among women
Discrimination in adoption
Late pregnancies

Action Strategies relating to Maternity, Paternity

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting voluntary human extinction
Adopting precautionary approach to pollution
Protecting against health hazards of motherhood
Adopting environmentally sound energy options
Spiritualizing nature
Protecting software
Promoting sustainability through cross-sectoral dialogue
Adopting policies
Adopting environmental codes of conduct for business
Living simply
Adopting appropriate water treatment technology
Adopting planning approaches serving multiple goals
Adopting community right-to-know for environmental risk reduction
Measuring sustainability
Advancing official statistics
Fostering integration of statistics
Relaxing parental discipline
Adopting integrated approaches to sustainable development
Instituting integrated management of water catchments
Adopting religious lifestyle
Practising religious devotions
Promoting safe motherhood
Reducing maternal mortality rates
Producing universal declaration on sustainability
Adopting sustainable sanitation policy

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