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Organizations relating to Promotion

Technical Assistance and Promotion of Cross-Border Cooperation / Est. 1996
International Snooker Promotion Association
Weltnotwerk der KAB
Association of African Investment Promotion Agencies / Est. 1996
Catholic Relief Services / Est. 1943
International Union for the Promotion of the Study of Hegelian Philosophy
European Centre for Business Diffusion, Promotion and Advertising / Est. 1987
International Player Welfare Organization, Nepal
International Gift Planning Alliance / Est. 2003
International Society for the Promotion of Cruelty to Attorneys
Centre of Promotion of Catholic Education in Europe / Est. 1984
Jesus Caritas Fraternity of Charles de Foucauld / Est. 1952
Soeurs des Petites Filles Pauvres de l'Institut Palazzolo / Est. 1869
Filles de la Providence de Sainte-Thérèse / Est. 1822
International Secretariat of Women's Charitable Rural Work
Little Missionary Sisters of Charity / Est. 1915
Pacific Society of Public Relations
Convention Concerning Social Security for Seafarers, 1987 / Est. 1987
Association internationale pour la promotion et la diffusion des cultures ACP
Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants / Est. 1967
Fund for Promoting Scientific and Technical Research / Est. 1983
International Association for the Promotion of the Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology / Est. 1976
Society of the Holy Child Jesus / Est. 1846
African Association for the Promotion of Adolescent Health / Est. 1992
Groupe de recherche pour le développement socio-économique en vue de la promotion humaine et de la coopération internationale

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World Problems relating to Promotion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Biased presentation of news
Exploitation of the prostitution of others
Lack of incentive for users to care for community property
False positive representation to authority
Unrealistic policies
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Inadequate dissemination of local information
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Inadequate export marketing of products
Adverse effects of high-yield grain in traditional agricultural settings
Computer pornography
Media reinforcement of materialism
Promotion of negative images of opponents
Resource consumption exacerbated by price distortions
Incomplete access to information resources
Insufficient local industry planning
Health inequalities
Dissemination of indecent material on cable television
Irrelevant available information
Tax barriers to the dissemination of technical knowledge
Unpromoted community business
Commercially sponsored health education
Minimal export promotion by transnational corporations

Action Strategies relating to Promotion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting voluntary human extinction
Increasing industrial cooperation to control transboundary water pollution
Renewing local economy
Protecting the poor
Promoting documentary and educational films
Raising awareness of water
Promoting sustainable energy consumption
Promoting intergovernmental dialogue
Providing information on drinking water quality
Expanding knowledge resources on health implications of hazardous wastes
Promoting religion in the context of nationalism
Promulgating nationalism
Promoting digital literacy
Promoting renewable energy
Promoting cultural development
Promoting open trade for sustainable development
Ensuring sustainable agricultural development
Ensuring environmentally responsible production
Promoting mutual respect between Christians and Jews
Pursuing human rights
Promoting best environmental practice concerning persistent organic pollutants
Promoting chaste living for youth
Using biological pest control
Promoting research and development in transboundary air pollution control
Advancing christian religion

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