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Organizations relating to Instruments

International Committee on Measurements and Instrumentation / Kowloon, Hong Kong / Est. 1993
WELMEC - European Cooperation in Legal Metrology / Delft, Netherlands / Est. 1990
International Organization of Legal Metrology / Paris, France / Est. 1955
European Instrument for Democracy and for Human Rights / Brussels, Belgium
International Measurement Confederation / Budapest, Hungary / Est. 1961
Islamic Institute of Scientific Instruments Development
Network of Instrumentation Centres in Africa
Intervodoochistka / Est. 1978
International Instrumentation Evaluation Agreement Group / Est. 1982
Andean Social Security Instrument / Est. 1977
General Treaty for Renunciation of War as an Instrument of National Policy / Est. 1928
International Company for Nuclear Instruments / Est. 1972
International Instrument on Cooperation on Jute and Jute Products, 2000
Instrument for Structural Pre-Accession / Est. 2000
European Optical Goniometer Laboratory / Est. 1993
European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 1985
Federation of European Trade Associations of Scientific Laboratory Suppliers / Est. 1966
European Association for Length Measuring Instruments and Machines / Est. 1985
European Flight Instrument School
International Frequency Sensor Association / Castelldefels, Spain / Est. 1999
Committee for the Electrical and Electronic Measuring Instrument of the Community / Est. 1963
International Instrument Users' Association - WIB / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1963
International Society for Neurosurgical Technology and Instrument Invention / Est. 1995
Arab Engineered Systems and Controls Company, Bahrain
European Writing Instrument Manufacturer's Association / Nuremberg, Germany / Est. 1983

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World Problems relating to Instruments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Shortage of professional, scientific and controlling instruments
Scientific and controlling instruments trade instability professional
Inadequate legislation against environmental pollution
Old musical instruments

Action Strategies relating to Instruments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Managing public services
Using voluntary instruments
Ratifying international human rights instruments
Using economic instruments for sustainable development
Using economic instruments to manage environmental health costs
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on trade defence instruments
Using economic instruments to reduce emissions from persistent organic pollutants
Using trade defence instruments
Promoting international instruments
Generating practical applications of industrial instruments
Generating novel combinations of industrial instruments
Intentionalizing educational instruments
Assessing implications of using economic instruments
Exchanging information on national use of economic instruments
Supporting regional centres on the effective use of economic instruments
Using economic instruments
Simplifying instruments of taxation
Encouraging instrument creation
Supporting developing country efforts to implement international agreements and instruments on sustainable development
Requiring production elements
Assessing effectiveness of international agreements and instruments on sustainable development
Encouraging fair trade by weighing instruments
Designing refinements for industrial instruments
Determining effectiveness of production instruments
Restricting accessibility of production mechanisms

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