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Organizations relating to Segregation
International Convention Against Apartheid in Sports, 1985 / New York NY, USA / Est. 1985
Declaration on Fundamental Principles Concerning the Contribution of the Mass Media to Strengthening Peace and International Understanding, to the Promotion of Human Rights and to Countering Racialism, Apartheid and Incitement to War / Paris, France / Est. 1978
International Convention Against Apartheid in Sports, 1988 / Est. 1988
Déclaration sur les Principes Fondamentaux Concernant la Contribution des Organes D\'information au Renforcement de la Paix et de la Compréhension Internationale, à la Promotion des Droits de L\'homme et à la Lutte Contre le Racisme et L\'apartheid et L\'incitation à la Guerre / Est. 1978
Southern Africa Committee / New York NY, USA / Est. 1964
International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid / New York NY, USA / Est. 1973
World Problems relating to SegregationFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Segregation of poor and minority population in urban ghettos
Denial of right of juvenile criminals to segregation from adult criminals
Participation of transnational corporations in the apartheid system
Neglect of elderly in institutional care
Action Strategies relating to SegregationFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Reducing segregation based on religious affiliation
Establishing equal opportunity for women in employment
Reducing inequality of social security coverage
Studying causes of segregation of minority population into urban ghettos
Integrating ethnic groups
Assisting victims of apartheid
Supporting United Nations resolutions against apartheid
Acting against apartheid
Reducing segregation in housing
Reducing segregation in employment
Reducing segregation of interest groups
Reducing segregation through language
Supporting cultural apartheid
Opposing cultural apartheid
Separating urban subcultures
Reaching acceptable racial desegregation in education system
Using policy of segregated care
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