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Organizations relating to Homes

Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1980
Union of Small Farmers of the Atlantic
International Amalgamation of Unions of Automobile and Farm Machinery Workers / Moscow, Russia
European Exchange Circle on Flood Forecasting / Est. 2004
Brothers to our Brothers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1965
Fondation TerrEspoir / Bussigny, Switzerland / Est. 1996
International Society for Affective Disorders / London, UK / Est. 2001
Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1983
Soroptimist International of the Americas / Philadelphia PA, USA / Est. 1921
International Society of Friendship and Good Will / Durham NC, USA / Est. 1978
Jesus Caritas Fraternity of Charles de Foucauld / Est. 1952
Soeurs des Petites Filles Pauvres de l'Institut Palazzolo / Bergamo, Italy / Est. 1869
Animal Production and Health Commission for Asia and the Pacific / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 1975
Scandinavian Fraternity of America / Est. 1915
Centre international d'échanges sportifs
Association of Clubs of International Friendship of Student Youth
Treaty of Central American Fraternity / Est. 1934
Friends of Freedom International / Ogdensburg NY, USA
World Peace Bell Association / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1982
Peace Farm / Panhandle TX, USA / Est. 1986
Centre d'échanges internationaux / Paris, France / Est. 1947
Intercambio Cultural Americano / Est. 1959
Foundation for International Human Relations / Est. 1984
Friends of Urambo and Mwanhala
Arab Centre for News and Programme Exchanges / Est. 1987

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World Problems relating to Homes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Abusive experimentation on humans
Inadequate housing for the aged
Discrimination in housing
Involuntary ritual hazings
Structural violence
Female infanticide
Abusive institutional care
Inadequately cooled buildings
Inadequately heated buildings
Commercialization of social security
Abandoned private homes
Institutionalized members of society
Inadequate community care for handicapped persons
Untenable orphan care
Demolition of homes by government authorities
Vulnerability of government to lobbying
Fragmented social care at the neighbourhood level
Unclear village plan
Institutionalized patients
Inadequate community care for transient urban populations
Institutionalization of the disabled
Insufficient storage space in homes
Lack of facilities for disturbed children
Disruptive behaviour in health rehabilitation institutions

Action Strategies relating to Homes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Organizing comprehensive community care
Selectively killing female infants
Implementing global strategy for shelter
Having a holiday home
Providing sanctuary for animals
Refurbishing family homes' appearance
Providing inadequate community care for transient urban populations
Humanizing community care structures
Creating global-local consensual care
Improving community care for transient urban populations
Reducing number of second homes
Creating second homes
Providing community care
Building town demonstration homes
Numbering all local homes
Investigating institutionalized murder of female babies
Decreasing residential care for juvenile criminal offenders
Providing residential care for juvenile criminal offenders
Reinforcing democratic processes by institutionalized lobbying
Abstaining from structures for community care
Accommodating the handicapped
Erecting demonstration housing
Maximizing economic benefits of construction
Establishing community care network
Constructing new quality homes

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