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Organizations relating to Agency

Agence marocaine de coopération internationale / Est. 1986
Inter-Agency Consultation on Race in Latin America / Est. 2000
Agence internationale pour le développement durable et l'économie sociale / Est. 2005
European Cooperative Trading Agency
Federation of the Staff Associations of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies in Uruguay
E3 International Agency Network / Est. 1978
Nuclear Energy Agency / Est. 1972
European Chemicals Agency / Est. 2007
Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation with Developing Countries / Est. 1975
Federation of Staff Associations of United Nations and its Specialized Agencies in the Philippines / Est. 1983
European Youth Information and Counselling Agency / Est. 1986
Korea International Cooperation Agency
Federation of the Staff Associations of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies in Delhi
Caribbean News Agency / Est. 1976
Agencia Latinoamericana de Información / Est. 1976
World Anti-Doping Agency / Est. 1999
Agency for the Development and Coordination of International Relations / Est. 1995
International Investment Insurance Agency
European Space Agency / Est. 1975
Agence internationale des prisonniers de guerre
International Reformed Agency for Migration / Est. 1963
Agency for the Safety of Aerial Navigation in Africa and Madagascar / Est. 1959
World Warning Agency for Satellites
World Disarmament Agency
Eastern Caribbean States Export Development Agency / Est. 1988

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World Problems relating to Agency

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Covert intelligence agency operations
Lack of social service extension offices
Incomplete utilization of external relations
Inadequate relationship between international nongovernmental organizations and the specialized agencies of the United Nations
Unreported government spending
Jurisdictional conflict and antagonism within the specialized agencies of the United Nations
Inadequate relationship between transnational corporations and specialized agencies of the United Nations
Conflicting agency priorities
Uncoordinated agency referral
Arrears in financial payments between government agencies
Jurisdictional conflict and antagonism among the specialized agencies of the United Nations
Dependence on external expertise
Dependence on costly trading intermediaries

Action Strategies relating to Agency

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Improving inter-agency regional cooperation to halt environmental degradation
Facilitating non-governmental organization participation in international affairs
Providing extension offices
Training in water management
Creating cultural exchange agency
Managing multi-agency development programmes
Strengthening inter-agency coordination on population and sustainable development issues
Establishing secretariat support structure in the United Nations to follow up UNCED and implement Agenda 21
Improving particular agency relations
Providing support to both intergovernmental and inter-agency coordination mechanisms
Enlisting public agency assistance
Developing agency relationships
Demanding regulated exchange of goods and services
Establishing internal security agency
Structuring inter-agency mediation
Exposing secret government agency agreements
Making secret government agency agreements
Honouring public property managed by government agency
Centralizing social agency accommodation
Recognizing role of intergovernmental organizations in implementing Agenda 21
Targeting mailings
Strengthening programmes of intergovernmental organizations to support Agenda 21
Improving national inter-agency coordination on monitoring forest resources
Linking essential social services
Strengthening governmental agency links

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