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Organizations relating to Class, Caste, Elites

International Dalit Solidarity Network / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 2000
JustAct / Est. 1983
International Study Institution of the Middle Classes / Est. 1903
Territoires et élites dans le monde ibérique / Est. 1995
Union internationale d\'hôtels de grande classe internationale
Study Group on International Labor and Working Class History / New York NY, USA / Est. 1972
Comité international permanent pour l\'organisation catholique de la classe ouvrière
International Untouchables Association
International Formula Windsurfing Class / Hayling Island, UK
International 52 Class Racing Association
European Commission of the Nobility / Paris, France / Est. 1959
Institute of Comparative Political Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences / Est. 1966
Ambedkar Center for Justice and Peace / Maharashtra, India / Est. 1991
International Catholic Union of the Middle Classes / Est. 1956
Latin American Federation of Agricultural and Food Workers / Est. 1988
Convention Concerning the Settlement of Various Classes of Pensions Which Were Not Regulated by the Rome Convention / Est. 1922
International Labor History Association / Est. 1988
Sovereign Constantinian Order / Est. 312
European Elite Athletes Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2007
World Elite Black Belt Society / Enfield, UK / Est. 2001
International Association of Red Sports and Gymnastics Associations / Est. 1921

View all profiles (21 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Class, Caste, Elites

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Class discrimination in education
Elitist control of construction technology
Social outcasts
Student absenteeism
Class consciousness
Urban poverty
Social stratification
Social inequality
Embourgeoisement in socialist countries
Inferior classes
Threatened species of Achatinella casta
Cultural arrogance
Vulnerability of middle-class
Elitist control of information technology
Elitist ruling classes
Class discriminatory language
Military elitism
Elitist public honour systems
Urban bias
Ideological elitism
Operating community cliques
Threatened species of Euploea algea abjecta

Action Strategies relating to Class, Caste, Elites

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Condemning elitist ruling classes
Taking legal citizen action
Reducing caste prejudice
Using linguistic elitism
Exposing linguistic elitism
Reducing lifestyle disparity resentment
Exposing elitist control of global economy
Establishing free bible classes
Condemning elitist sports
Correcting misconduct by aristocracy
Exposing elitist justice
Prosecuting misconduct by aristocracy
Raising socio-economic class
Exposing elitism in communist systems
Condemning elitist control of production
Increasing nobility
Scheduling broad class opportunities
Arranging cross-class schedule
Conducting language proficiency classes
Training working class women
Maintaining class system
Reducing class discrimination
Uniting classes
Condemning traditional elitist land ownership
Forming cliques

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