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Living Conditions

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Organizations relating to Living Conditions

Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Est. 1988
Entraide aux peuples isolés / Est. 1984
Medico International - Aid in Developing Countries / Est. 1968
Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin-America / Est. 1985
Vivamos Mejor Foundation / Est. 1981
Intergroup of Local and Regional Elected Members of the European Parliament
World Toilet Organization / Est. 2001
Helvetas - Swiss Association for International Cooperation / Est. 1955
Gender Research on Urbanization, Planning, Housing and Everyday Life / Est. 1991
International Centre for Earth Construction / Est. 1979
World Association for Free Time and for Human and Social Well-being / Est. 1983
Association of Psychiatrists in Africa / Est. 1970
European Association of Jewish Community Centres
European Privacy Institute / Est. 2007
International Primal Association / Est. 1973
Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat / Est. 1969
International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research / Est. 1964
Living Economy Network / Est. 1989
International Center for the Solution of Environmental Problems / Est. 1975
International Continence Society / Est. 1971
SIM, the Society for International Ministries / Est. 1893
Catalan Institute of Mediterranean Studies and Cooperation / Est. 1989
International Children's Appeal - for Eastern Europe / Est. 1991
World Confederation of Teachers / Est. 1963
African Development Aid Association / Est. 1988

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World Problems relating to Living Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Misuse of electronic surveillance by governments
Socio-economic poverty
Extravagant life style
Inadequate enforcement of environmental regulations
Violation of medical confidentiality
Predominance of fast food
Inadequate law enforcement
Claustrophobia
Hypoxia
Non-responsiveness of transnational corporations to pharmaceutical needs
Infringement of privacy
Limited available land
Geographically undefined community limits
Environmental degradation
Disappearance of common land
Inadequate toilet facilities
Ineffective utilization of public environment
Inappropriate sanitation facilities
Living alone
Misuse of video surveillance
Excreting in public places
Deteriorating quality of life
Overemphasis on immediate superficial needs
Economically inefficient regulations
Invasion of privacy by media

Action Strategies relating to Living Conditions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Guaranteeing safe living conditions
Protecting electronic privacy
Improving capacity for environmentally sound technology needs assessment
Ensuring water resources
Assisting those in poverty
Supporting rural development
Undertaking pre-disaster planning
Recognizing patient's personal needs
Clearing unsightly debris
Resolving competing land use requirements
Organizing local marketing
Improving community capacity for environmental education
Increasing environmental management education capacities
Anticipating possible development needs
Raising consciousness of global culture
Developing social banking
Increasing training for sustainable development
Establishing environmental training programmes to meet needs of special groups
Establishing policy to ensure global food security
Enabling common markets
Developing economically
Creating desired futures
Strengthening comprehensive health care for women
Providing for ageing people
Developing separation toilets

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