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Public Opinion

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Public Opinion

Central and Eastern European Media Centre Foundation / Est. 1990
International Committee for European Security and Cooperation / Est. 1968
International Committee for an Urgent Mobilization / Est. 1988
Working Group for Advertising, Market and Opinion Research / Est. 1972
Association internationale de solidarité de l'opinion publique
International Listening Association / Est. 1979
Inter-American Center of High Studies in Public Relations and Public Opinion / Est. 1979
Central European Opinion Research Group
EarthAction Network / Est. 1992
Loesje International / Est. 1983
Universal Listening Post / Est. 1971
Treaty on the Prevention of Controversies / Est. 1936
Food and Disarmament International / Est. 1981
World Opinion Federation / Est. 1966
Reputation Institute / Est. 1997
World Association for Public Opinion Research / Est. 1947
Permanent Commission of Scientific Institutions of Socialist Countries on Problems of European Security and Cooperation / Est. 1962
Befrienders International / Est. 1974
Africa Centre, London / Est. 1964
Babel International / Est. 2001
Centro Latinoamericano de la Opinión Pública
International Islamic News Agency / Est. 1972
Latin American Association of Market and Opinion Research / Est. 1997
International Christian Organisation of the Media / Est. 1889
ITC Management Consultants

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World Problems relating to Public Opinion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reason
Loss of cultural heritage
Disaccord
Humility
Bilingual education
Denial of freedom of opinion
Disapproval
Unchastity
Disrepute
Wrongness
Badness
Detraction
Failure to distinguish between opinion and fact
Manipulation of the individual by mass media
Misguided legal advice
Irresponsible use of surveys and polls
Lack of community voice
Governmental disregard for international values and procedures
Defamation of character
Misleading public opinion polls
Inadequate mobilization of public opinion for development
Paralysis of minority voices
Police indifference to community
Unattractive development sites

Action Strategies relating to Public Opinion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Forming legal opinion
Campaigning on solid waste management
Mobilizing public opinion for pollution control
Assuring adequate goodwill to maintain production
Applying historical precedent
Supplying public information
Promoting right to freedom of opinion and expression
Providing a reasoned opinion
Formulating local collective opinion
Mobilizing public opinion for development
Lobbying on environmental issues
Changing opinion about gipsies
Reformulating legal opinion on basis of social implications
Improving personal popularity
Mobilizing opinion
Permitting holding of private opinion
Reviving leader's popularity by war
Improving popularity of government leaders
Publicizing opinion research
Seeking legal opinion
Accounting for public opinions
Denying freedom of opinion
Collating business opinion
Certifying-Questioning
Listening to grievances of citizens

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