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Participation

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Participation

EEA Consultative Committee / Est. 1994
Centre for Women's Development Studies / Est. 1980
Latin American Institute for Participation and Self-Management, Caracas
International Association for the Economics of Participation / Est. 1978
Association for Participation and Regional Action / Est. 1979
International Forum Development Democracy / Est. 1994
Participating Refugees in Europe
Industrial Relations and the Environment in Europe / Est. 1990
Learning Initiative on Citizen Participation and Local Governance / Est. 2001
INTEREXPO / Est. 1955
Réseau africain de recherche en communication participatif pour le développement
Pan American Civic Organization / Est. 1982
Grupo Latinoamericano para la Participación, la Integración y la Inclusión de las Personas con Discapacidad / Est. 1977
International Participatory Research Network / Est. 1976
International Network on Participatory Irrigation Management / Est. 1995
Participatory Development Resource Centre for Africa
Institute for Participatory Research in Asia, India
Africa Network on Churches Participation in Development / Est. 1979
Latin American Centre for Development and Participatory Communication / Est. 2004
International Association for Public Participation / Est. 1990
West and Central African Network for the Promotion of Agricultural Participative Research
World Civic Forum
European Centre for Industrial Relations / Est. 1995
Young People We Care
Participatory Development Forum / Est. 1996

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World Problems relating to Participation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Social isolation of the elderly
Discrimination against women in politics
Undemocratic policy-making
Inadequate use of referenda
Decline in civic participation
Neglect of the role of women in rural development
Decreasing participation in collective religious worship
Inhumane participation of the medical profession in torture
Inadequate use of information technology
Excessive government intervention in the private sector
Uninvolved transient residents
Structural failure of citizen participation
Disengagement of citizens from community activities
Lack of participation from local communities in democratic processes
Symbolic feminism
Discrimination against women in public life
Fragmented social responsibility
Lack of participation in development
Denial of right of indigenous peoples to participate in political processes
Lack of private sector involvement in biodiversity conservation
Social disaffection of the young
Inadequate social innovation
Restricted opportunity for community activity
Political apathy
Refusal of families to participate

Action Strategies relating to Participation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Ensuring resident participation
Involving residents
Increasing public participation in environmental policy discussions
Developing internet democracy
Improving status of women
Expanding trade union participation in sustainable development
Abstaining from patient participation in medical decision-making
Increasing public participation in trade policy-making
Providing conditions for dialogue between different perspectives
Enhancing participation of women in higher education
Fostering popular participation in development
Instigating community resources management
Undertaking participatory research for development
Participating in planetary citizenship
Developing environmental stakeholder involvement
Localizing global cooperative participation
Improving NGO participation in Agenda 21 review and evaluation
Recognizing major non-governmental groups as key partners in implementing Agenda 21
Enabling practical community planning
Expanding public participation in solid waste management
Modelling participatory processes
Developing action research
Undertaking community-based participatory research
Abstaining from participation by local communities in democratic processes
Developing technology with farmers

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