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Organizations relating to Neighbourhoods

Arrangement Concerning Consultations Prior to the Installation in the Vicinity of the Frontiers of Permanent Stores of Explosive Substances for Civil Use / Est. 1950
Group for International Solidarity / Kathmandu, Nepal / Est. 1990
International Federation of Settlements and Neighbourhood Centres / New York NY, USA / Est. 1926
International Good Neighbour Council / Monterrey, Mexico / Est. 1954
Good Neighbors International / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1991
European Convention Relating to Questions on Copyright Law and Neighbouring Rights in the Framework of Transfrontier Broadcasting by Satellite / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1994
World Neighbors / Oklahoma City OK, USA / Est. 1952
Toughlove, International / Los Angeles CA, USA / Est. 1979
Pacific Neighbourhood Consortium / Taipei, Taiwan
European Neighbourhood Council / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2016
Caring and Living As Neighbours / Toronto, Australia / Est. 2004
Conference of the Regional and Local Authorities for the Eastern Partnership / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2011

View all profiles (12 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Neighbourhoods

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Pollution by aircraft
Lack of integration of transport systems between neighbouring developing countries
Breakdown of local community cohesion
Environmental degradation of inner city areas
Sectarianism
Disengagement of citizens from community activities
Fragmented social care at the neighbourhood level
Isolation of neighbourhood shopping facilities
Unidentifiable urban neighbourhoods
Underdeveloped community leadership
Geographically isolated settlements
Reluctant neighbour accountability
Neighbourhood control by criminals
Excessive dependence of local communities on outside services
Excessive dispersion of community facilities
Lack of social contact
Boundary disputes between neighbours

Action Strategies relating to Neighbourhoods

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Employing local exchange and trading LETS systems
Exorcizing buildings
Establishing global governmental responsibility
Organizing comprehensive community care
Making everyone a neighbour
Supporting neighbourhood initiatives related to environment
Coordinating regional hydrological research
Installing local health services
Developing urban ecovillages
Providing additional gathering places
Organizing community task forces
Performing common neighbourhood tasks
Shaping new neighbour reception
Maintaining neighbourhood relations
Activating systematic neighbourhood clean-up
Providing immediate neighbourhood access
Developing neighbouring communities' interest
Coordinating neighbourhood labour resources
Guarding neighbourhood property assets
Forming neighbourhood care groups
Establishing ongoing community maintenance
Strengthening social care at the neighbourhood level
Engaging all neighbourhood residents
Fostering effective neighbourhood organizations
Limiting identification with community

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