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Human Resources

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Human Resources

Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth of the European Commission / Est. 1989
ARTDO International / Est. 1974
ARTDO Asia-Pacific Human Resources Development Centre
UNESCO Fellowships Programme / Est. 1946
European Human Resource Forum / Est. 1992
Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme / Est. 1978
African Institute for Higher Technical Training and Research / Est. 1979
Pacific Women's Bureau / Est. 1982
International Information Centre on Medical Human Resources
Asian and Pacific Development Centre / Est. 1980
Convention Concerning Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training in the Development of Human Resources / Est. 1975
Technical Cooperation Network on African Oil Palm in Latin America and the Caribbean / Est. 1981
International Association for Human Resource Information Management
Latin American Programme of Population Activities / Est. 1986
Technical Cooperation Network on Food Crops Production in Latin America and the Caribbean / Est. 1987
International Public Management Association for Human Resources / Est. 1973
World Centre for Human Resources
European Club for Human Resources
Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia / Est. 1994
ASEAN Network for Women in Skills Training
Inter-African Centre for the Development of Vocational Training / Est. 1977
Islamic Manpower Bank
European Confederation of Search and Selection Associations / Est. 2004
Skillshare International / Est. 2000
International Joint Painting, Decorating and Drywall Apprenticeship and Manpower Training Fund / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Human Resources

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Deficient business leadership
Labour shortage
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Competitive development of new weapons
Inadequate vocational training
Inadequate medical training
Exploitation of child labour
Unemployment
Disruptive migration of rural population to cities
Prohibitive labour costs
Elimination of traditional skills
Lack of skilled workers
Shortage of military manpower
Redundancy of workers
Ineffective scheduling ability
Lack of vocational teachers
Deregulated labour market
Age discrimination in employment
Limited social guidance from older generations
Waste of human resources
Lack of skilled manpower in rural areas
Inadequate management skills in rural communities
Lack of sharing of community skills
High labour turnover
Inadequate human resources development

Action Strategies relating to Human Resources

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing human resources to improve drinking water supply and sanitation
Promoting digital literacy
Recruiting ethnic minorities into police and prison services
Developing practical procedures for dispute management
Providing know-how for international business
Establishing accountability within the workforce
Increasing business management expertise
Enabling competent business management
Including sustainable development information in professional training programmes
Broadening understanding of human development
Providing information on labour availability
Monitoring employment
Increasing international labour mobility
Flooding labour market
Supporting participation of women in work force
Furnishing production forces
Training in water sanitation
Ensuring adequate life education
Training
Building practical skills development
Developing networked documentation services in social sciences
Developing handicap training
Establishing equal opportunity for women in employment
Providing work structure
Formulating labour divisions

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