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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Intellectual Work

Conseil suprême de l'intellectualité mondiale
Convention Benelux en Matière de Propriété Intellectuelle / Est. 2005
International Society for Philosophical Enquiry / Est. 1974
National Association of Insurance Women - International / Est. 1940
FOCUS Career Services / Est. 1989
Committee of Intellectuals for a Europe of Liberties / Est. 1978
Universal Proutist Intellectual Federation / Est. 1975
Fédération internationale des intellectuels latins
International Federation of Women in Legal Careers / Est. 1929
European Association of Intellectual Disability Medicine / Est. 1991
International Act Concerning Intellectual Cooperation / Est. 1938
Van Leer Jerusalem Institute / Est. 1956
European Interprofessional Committee for the Intellectual Professions / Est. 1974
United Nations Intellectual History Project / Est. 1999
CDS International / Est. 1968
Maison internationale des intellectuels / Est. 1907
Pax Romana, International Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs / Est. 1947
Asian Regional Association for Career Development / Est. 1970
Pro-Europa: International Union of Intellectual Refugees / Est. 1949
Foundation for European Intellectual Mutual Aid
European Association for Mental Health in Intellectual Disability / Est. 1993
Research Institute for the Cultural and Intellectual History of Asia, Vienna / Est. 1991
Centre international des carrières et activités féminines
International Institute for Management Development / Est. 1989
International House of Japan / Est. 1952

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World Problems relating to Intellectual Work

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Intellectual inefficiency
Denial of freedom of thought
Underutilization of intellectual ability
Intellectual arrogance
Graduate and post-graduate unemployment
Unethical intellectual practices
Intellectual dullness
Vulnerability of intellectual property
Mental tension
Intellectual confusion concerning the role of the United Nations
Inadequate educational facilities for gifted children
Intellectual methods excluding popular participation in technological development
Intellectual conflict
Intellectual terrorism
Frustrated talent in government posts
Repression of intellectual dissidents
Stigmatization of manual labour
Inadequacy of prevailing mental structures to challenge of human survival
Inadequacy of available knowledge for articulation of appropriate policies
Dependence on intellectual fashions
Decline in human genetic endowment
Intellectual vacuum
Lack of continuity among personnel of international organizations
Discrimination against women executives

Action Strategies relating to Intellectual Work

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting intellectual property
Protecting traditional knowledge
Valuing intellectual capital
Protecting intellectual copyright of artists
Facilitating career advancements
Improving career structures in water resources management
Supplying relevant career techniques
Exploring career opportunity possibilities
Using intellectual ability
Repressing intellectual dissension
Permitting intellectual dissension
Improving intellectual methods
Engaging in illegal intellectual activity
Intimidating intellectuals
Researching intellectual crime
Using effective approach in teaching intellectual methods
Using intellectual fashions
Intellectual faculties
Focusing intellectual curiosity
Improving educational facilities for gifted children
Imparting intellectual methodologies
Discrediting faulty approaches in teaching intellectual methods
Abolishing unethical intellectual practices
Using intellectual terrorism
Improving career development programmes for land and water management staff

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