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Organizations relating to Assessment

Council of Valuers Associations of the CIS
International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre / Delft, Netherlands
MED POL - Programme for the Assessment and Control of Pollution in the Mediterranean Sea / Athens, Greece / Est. 1975
International Valuation Standards Council / London, UK / Est. 1981
Convention on the Valuation of Goods for Customs Purposes / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1950
European Institute for the Best Interests of the Child / Edegem, Belgium / Est. 1992
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 1991
European Organisation for Technical Assessment / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
European Association of Psychological Assessment / Ghent, Belgium / Est. 1990
Association for Educational Assessment - Europe
European Group of Valuers\' Associations / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1997
European Federation of Auctioneers / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1973
International Association for Educational Assessment / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 1974
West African Association for Environmental Assessment / Cotonou, Benin / Est. 2002
Association for Educational Assessment in Africa / Mbabane, Eswatini / Est. 1982
Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context / Est. 1991
International Automotive Appraisers Association / Montvale NJ, USA / Est. 1994
European Association for Language Testing and Assessment / Fribourg, Switzerland
European Confederation of Medical Experts in the Assessment and Compensation of Physical Injury / Pisa, Italy / Est. 1997
World Association of Valuation Organizations / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2005
World Water Assessment Programme / Paris, France
Quota International / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1919
Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International / Frederick MD, USA / Est. 1965
International Society of Appraisers / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1979
Community Based Impact Assessment Network for Eastern Africa / Kampala, Uganda

View all profiles (81 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Assessment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate capacity for technology assessment
Distortionary tax systems
Limited observance of fishing quotas
Circumvention of duties and assessments
Unethical real estate practice
Distortion of international trade by embargoes
Distortion of international trade by restrictive customs valuation practices

Action Strategies relating to Assessment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Conducting integrated environmental health risk assessments
Developing global models to help assess water quantity
Undertaking environmental monitoring and assessments
Increasing public participation in environmental policy discussions
Improving capacity for environmentally sound technology needs assessment
Using life-cycle analysis
Ensuring safe management of radioactive wastes
Improving forest utilization
Undertaking pre-disaster planning
Assessing national population carrying capacity and impact on key resources
Strengthening cradle-to-grave environmental impact assessment of hazardous waste
Assessing the environmental impacts of air transport
Improving community capacity for environmental education
Increasing environmental management education capacities
Developing environmental risk assessment for genetically modified crops
Assessing environmental consequences of human attitudes
Strengthening safety procedures in the areas of risk assessment
Assessing costs and financing in developing countries to implement Agenda 21
Using research results to assess sustainable development issues
Assessing risk
Assessing health impacts of climate change
Conducting sustainability impact assessments of world trade agreements
Studying peace
Monitoring employment
Assessing small island carrying capacity and development options

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