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Self Employed

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Self Employed

International Federation of the Independent Shoe Trade / Est. 1958
African Federation of Women Entrepreneurs / Est. 1993
African Enterprise Fund / Est. 1988
Africa Project Development Facility / Est. 1986
Avignon Academy / Est. 1997
Central American and Caribbean Confederation of Small and Medium Sized Independent Companies
World Entrepreneur Association
European Foundation for Business Qualification
Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs / Est. 1986
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor / Est. 1999
European Independent Business Confederation / Est. 1980
Entrepreneur sans frontière
Asian Society for Entrepreneurship Education and Development / Est. 1989
World Association of Visioneers and Entreprenologists / Est. 1991
European Bowling Proprietors Association / Est. 1995
European Federation of Freelance Writers
Impact Carbon / Est. 2000
Iberoamerican Federation of Business Women / Est. 1990
WASME International Federation of Women Entrepreneurs / Est. 1994
International Freelance Photographers Organization / Est. 1984
European Foundation for Entrepreneurship Research / Est. 1988
International Association of Crafts and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises / Est. 1947
European Chamber of Extrajudicial Adjudicators and Experts of Europe / Est. 1977
Asian-Pacific Entrepreneurs Network
European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship

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World Problems relating to Self Employed

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Corporate greed
Irresponsible employers
Denial of rights of businesses
Excessive provisional income tax
Clandestine employment
Denial of the right of economic initiative
Fragmented agricultural development
Preferred individual labour
Unethical practices of employers
Shortage of entrepreneurial ability
Executive stress

Action Strategies relating to Self Employed

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Enhancing corporate environmental responsibility
Involving women entrepreneurs in national expertise groups for sustainability
Promoting women entrepreneurs
Recognizing eco-pioneers in technology
Supporting independent initiatives in science and technology
Establishing environmentally responsible enterprises
Promoting social innovation
Developing entrepreneurial skills
Reducing disparities between employed and self employed
Creating on-line contract work
Promoting entrepreneurship
Developing citizens entrepreneurship
Giving entrepreneurial assistance
Enhancing favourable trading environment
Exposing violation of entrepreneurial activities
Monitoring entrepreneurial activities
Operating state monopoly in capitalism
Teaching practical managerial skills
Developing new entrepreneurial concepts
Promoting self-employment
Working from home
Providing affordable loans to women
Improving opportunities for women's self-employment
Training for self-employment in the urban informal sector
Providing expertise on privatization

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