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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Foreign

Esperanto - USA / Est. 1952
European Travel Press / Est. 1993
International Development, UEA / Est. 1967
International Neology and Terminology Network / Est. 1986
European Information System
Institute for International Studies of Values in Politics, Philadelphia / Est. 1960
Institute of Diplomatic Relations / Est. 1974
Fédération des centres des étudiants étrangers / Est. 1963
Joseph H Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies / Est. 1983
Trevi Group / Est. 1976
School of Global Studies, Tempe AZ
Asian Studies Association of Australia / Est. 1976
Newscoverage Unlimited
Council of Foreign Ministers / Est. 1970
International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures / Est. 1928
Comité international pour la protection des journalistes en mission périlleuse
Institute of the Social and Economic Problems of Foreign Countries
Warwickshire World Studies Centre
Asociación de Bolsas de Comercio de Centroamérica, Panama y República Dominicana / Est. 1991
Union internationale des journalistes africains / Est. 1974
Fédération Internationale des Accueils Français et francophones d'Expatriés / Est. 1984
Central and Eastern European Media Centre Foundation / Est. 1990
Science Journalism Association from Iberoamerica / Est. 1969
MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies
Institute of International Studies, Joplin MO

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World Problems relating to Foreign

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Corruption and mismanagement of foreign aid
Loss of enemy
Degradation of countries by tourism
Restrictions on employment of foreigners
Irresponsible introduction of exotic species of insects
Irresponsible introduction of exotic plant species
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Migrant labour
External national budget deficit
Restrictions imposed on foreign aid
Inadequacy of foreign aid
Ineffectiveness of foreign aid
Speculation on money markets
Unsolicited foreign humanitarian intervention
Inappropriate foreign investment
Student immobility
Foreign ownership
International aid paternalism
Burden of servicing foreign public debt
Excessive external trade deficits
Net outflow of capital from countries
Protection of company ownership
Foreign exchange restrictions
Expulsion of foreign correspondents
Dependence of countries on foreign aid

Action Strategies relating to Foreign

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Mobilizing external capital
Mobilizing external financial resources for development
Promoting equality of opportunity for migrant workers
Mobilizing external resources for poverty alleviation
Monitoring foreign direct investment
Promoting foreign portfolio equity investment
Providing an international framework for foreign direct investment
Encouraging foreign investment
Increasing aid to developing countries
Localizing global cooperative participation
Reducing traffic congestion
Endorsing permanent foreign debt settlement
Providing food aid
Using migrant workers
Constraining openness in political relations
Preventing injuries to children
Applying ecological footprint analysis
Purchasing foreign resources
Adapting financial aid to needs of recipient countries
Refusing to issue foreign currency for use abroad
Adopting common external tariff
Resettling externally displaced peoples
Identifying technological needs and priorities of developing countries for external aid
Providing foreign aid
Creating innovative forms of biodiversity conservation to attract increased global funding

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