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Trades and Crafts

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Trades and Crafts

International Federation of Master-Craftsmen / Est. 1955
Crafts Center / Est. 1986
Master Brewers Association of the Americas / Est. 1887
International Centre for the Promotion of Crafts / Est. 1995
European Chamber of Commercial, Industrial and Financial Development / Est. 1972
Zgromadzenie Braci Slug Maryi Niepokalanej / Est. 1885
International Organization for Motor Trades and Repairs Committee for Europe / Est. 1971
International Federation of Bookbinders and Kindred Trades / Est. 1907
Caribbean Technical Cooperation Network in Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture / Est. 1983
Confederación de Artesanos Unidos de la Subregión Andina
Nordic Master Painters' Organization / Est. 1934
Avignon Academy / Est. 1997
International Federation of Lithographers, Process Workers and Kindred Trades / Est. 1896
Society of Ornamental Turners / Est. 1948
International Council of Employers of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers / Est. 1987
European Locksmith Federation / Est. 1964
Nordic Centre of Traditional Crafts / Est. 1987
Shetland Knitwear Trades Association / Est. 1982
Euro-Mediterranean Network of Professional Organizations of Craft and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises / Est. 1994
World Farriers' Association / Est. 1984
Subcentro Regional de Artesanias y Artes Populares / Est. 1976
Centre eurorégional des métiers du patrimoine
Art Master International
International Centre for the Study of Crafts / Est. 1933
Federation for the Development of Utilitarian Crafts / Est. 1978

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World Problems relating to Trades and Crafts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Elimination of traditional skills
Threatened species of Cossidae
Decline of handicrafts and cottage industries
Uncertified skilled tradesmen
Environmental hazards of furniture and fixtures manufacture
Isolated handicraft market
Limited construction manpower
Haphazard transmission of practical technology
Unemployed skilled labour

Action Strategies relating to Trades and Crafts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Designing community growth plan
Providing local craft market
Establishing crafts cooperative
Communicating new craft techniques
Preserving popular crafts
Developing local light industry
Manufacturing local craft products
Employing competent local artisans
Encouraging local craft abilities
Equipping central craft workshop
Expanding local artisans productivity
Improving training in craft industries
Effecting metal crafts
Protecting craftsmanship
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Improving practical carpentry skills
Developing versatile skilled tradesmen
Transferring master crafts
Localizing cottage industry talents
Extending local artisan competence
Sharing new domestic methods
Integrating small scale artisanal fisheries development in marine planning
Preparing master plan
Building large durable craft

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