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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Human Resources

ARTDO International / Manila, Philippines / Est. 1974
ARTDO Asia-Pacific Human Resources Development Centre / Manila, Philippines
UNESCO Fellowships Programme / Paris, France / Est. 1946
European Human Resource Forum / Langford, UK / Est. 1992
Asian and Pacific Development Centre / Aurora CO, USA / Est. 1980
Convention Concerning Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training in the Development of Human Resources / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1975
International Association for Human Resource Information Management / Chevy Chase MD, USA
International Public Management Association for Human Resources / Alexandria VA, USA / Est. 1973
European Club for Human Resources / Brussels, Belgium
Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia / Quezon City, Philippines / Est. 1994
European Confederation of Search and Selection Associations / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2004
Science and Technology Policy Asian Network / Est. 1988
International Cooperative Fisheries Organization / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1966
Arabian Society for Human Resource Management / Dubai, United Arab Emirates / Est. 1991
Association francophone de gestion des ressources humaines / Cergy-Pontoise, France / Est. 1989
Agreement Concerning a Common Scandinavian Labour Market for Physicians / Est. 1965
Association for Human Resources Management in International Organizations / Versoix, Switzerland / Est. 2000
Agreement Concerning a Common Scandinavian Labour Market for Dentists / Est. 1966
Caribbean Council of Higher Education in Agriculture / St Augustine, Trinidad-Tobago / Est. 1997
WorldSkills International / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1950
Agreement Concerning a Common Scandinavian Labour Market for Pharmacists / Est. 1969
European Institute for Development of Human Resources, Willemstad / Willemstad, Netherlands / Est. 1994
Convention Concerning the Recruitment and Placement of Seafarers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1996
Agreement Concerning a Common Nordic Labour Market / Est. 1982
Oceania Olympic Training Centre / Belconnen, Australia / Est. 1990

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World Problems relating to Human Resources

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Exploitation of child labour
Social hardships of economic reform
Urban unemployment
Lack of skilled manpower in rural areas
Deficient business leadership
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Disruptive migration of rural population to cities
Inadequate small-town business skills
Community expertise drain
Motor skills disorder
Waste of human resources
Unprepared leadership
Unlawful recruiting for and enlistment in foreign armed forces
Declining agricultural work
Unemployment of educated older people
Excessive student-teacher ratio
Illiteracy as an obstacle to acquiring skills
Labour hoarding by employers
Underutilization of labour force
Disparity between workers skills and job requirements
Shortage of entrepreneurial ability
Obsolete vocational skills
Labour displacement
Segmented labour markets

Action Strategies relating to Human Resources

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting digital literacy
Using traditional veterinary practices
Utilizing volunteer task forces
Developing networked documentation services in social sciences

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