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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Work

ARTDO International / Manila, Philippines / Est. 1974
International Computer Science Conventions / Millet AB, Canada
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action / Indianapolis IN, USA / Est. 1971
Agence marocaine de coopération internationale / Rabat, Morocco / Est. 1986
World Community for Christian Meditation / London, UK / Est. 1991
Agricultural Libraries Network / Rome, Italy / Est. 1971
Institut Català de Cooperació Iberoamericana / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 1948
Japan Association of International Cooperation for Oral Health
International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers / Moscow, Russia
Caribbean Congress of Labour / Nassau, Bahamas / Est. 1960
ARTDO Asia-Pacific Human Resources Development Centre / Manila, Philippines
UNESCO Fellowships Programme / Paris, France / Est. 1946
Institute for the Development of Agricultural Cooperation in Asia / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1963
African Fund for Guarantee and Economic Cooperation / Cotonou, Benin / Est. 1977
John E Mack Institute / Boulder CO, USA / Est. 1983
European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering / Cardiff, UK
Association des professionnels de santé en coopération / Paris, France / Est. 1992
International Council of Psychologists / Boulder CO, USA / Est. 1941
Save a Family Plan / London ON, Canada / Est. 1965
ELIX - Conservation Volunteers Greece / Athens, Greece / Est. 1987
European Human Resource Forum / Langford, UK / Est. 1992
Centro de Investigación y Consultoria en Cooperación Internacional / Bogota, Colombia
Nordic Federation of Building and Wood Workers / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1952
Arolsen Archives - International Center on Nazi Persecution / Bad Arolsen, Germany / Est. 1943
Women in Dialogue / London, UK / Est. 1975

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World Problems relating to Work

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unemployment
Exploitation of child labour
Strikes
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Concentration camps
Conflicting labour laws among countries
Labour displacement
Substance abuse at work
Declining agricultural work
Labour hoarding by employers
Violation of trade union rights
Discrimination against non-union workers
Exploitation of casual workers
Alienation from work
Exploitation of indigenous populations in employment
Increasing job monotony
Drug abuse at work
Inappropriate employment incentives
Abusive traffic in immigrant workers
Age discrimination in employment
Structural rigidities in labour markets
Disadvantages of homeworking employees
Redundancy of workers
Underpayment for work
Inadequate working conditions

Action Strategies relating to Work

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Preventing occupational accidents
Eliminating abusive child labour
Promoting equality of opportunity for migrant workers
Promoting evangelism
Providing information on labour availability
Increasing international labour mobility
Providing fair labour practices
Providing employment
Generating employment
Using migrant workers
Supporting participation of women in work force
Furnishing production forces
Integrating value of women's unpaid work in resource accounting systems
Guaranteeing minimum wage
Improving working environment
Controlling employee absenteeism
Providing work structure
Formulating labour divisions
Increasing basic labour mobility
Expanding employment images
Providing flexible labour
Offering flexible employment
Researching clerical work
Administering employment patterns
Developing new approaches to work

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