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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Influencing

Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2005
European Institute for Public Affairs and Lobbying / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1994
Corporate Europe Observatory / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1997
Arab Society for Public Awareness from Dangerous Drugs and Narcotics / Amman, Jordan / Est. 1990
Centre de documentation, d\'éducation et d\'action contre les manipulations mentales / Paris, France / Est. 1981
Oomoto / Kyoto, Japan
Avaaz Foundation / New York NY, USA / Est. 2007
European Women\'s Lobby / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
European Security Advocacy Group / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 2002
International Movement for the Global Ban of Weapons which Manipulate the Human Nervous System
European Azerbaijan Society / London, UK / Est. 2004
Children\'s Rights Advocacy and Lobby Mission - Africa / Kampala, Uganda / Est. 2004
Council of Europe Convention on the Manipulation of Sports Competitions / Est. 2014
Coalition of European Lobbies on Eastern African Pastoralism / Brussels, Belgium
Influence Africa / Johannesburg, South Africa
eLabEurope / Getxo, Spain
Lie Detectors / Brussels, Belgium
Women@theTable / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 2014

View all profiles (18 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Influencing

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Discriminatory religious influence on the law
Manipulative cults
Manipulation of transfer prices by transnational corporations
Undue political pressure
Religious propaganda
Undue military influence
Broadcasting propaganda
Disruptive foreign influence
Economic manipulation
Government propaganda
Foreign controls of newspaper and journal propaganda
Theatre propaganda
Indoctrination by repetition
Book propaganda
Photographic propaganda
Covert smear campaigns by government
War and pre-war propaganda
Avoidance of legal obligations by politicians
Political party manipulation of elections
Racist propaganda
Manipulation of nongovernmental organizations
Abuse of influence
Newspaper and journal propaganda
Inadequate use of referenda
Deteriorating social environments for raising children

Action Strategies relating to Influencing

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing codes of conduct for international business
Protecting against vulnerability of government to lobbying
Lobbying
Expanding public awareness of environmental health hazards
Identifying benefits of biodiversity conservation
Compiling data to influence governance
Campaigning against hazardous waste disposal
Campaigning on solid waste management
Influencing computer industry standards
Opposing development of rivers
Increasing public awareness of sustainable development
Lobbying politicians
Releasing secular religious style
Manipulating deportment
Strengthening primary health care systems to control communicable diseases
Monitoring implementation of education proposals in Agenda 21
Increasing public awareness about environmental laws
Manipulating knowledge
Brainwashing
Manipulating public information
Lobbying on biological agriculture
Increasing public awareness of persistent organic pollutants
Raising public awareness of water-related disease control
Developing migration policies
Raising public awareness of agrobiodiversity

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