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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Toys

European Toy Confederation / Est. 1988
Toy Manufacturers of Europe / Est. 1990
International Toy Research Association / Est. 1993
European Federation of Toy Manufacturers' Associations / Est. 1961
Nordic Centre for Research on Toys and Educational Media
International Toy Bank
International Council of Toy Industries / Est. 1974
International Foundation of Doll Makers / Est. 1986
Fédération européenne des syndicats de fabricants de jouets / Est. 1975
International Federation for Toys and Childhood / Est. 2000
International Black Toy Manufacturers Association / Est. 1987
International Ragdoll Cat Association / Est. 1973
Toy Industries of Europe / Est. 1997
Asian Toys Council
International Association of Dollbaby Parents / Est. 1983
International Toy Buffs' Association
International Council for Children's Play / Est. 1959
Good Bears of the World / Est. 1969
International Doll Association / Est. 1963
European Teddy Bear Lovers Association
International Doll Makers Association-Internationals / Est. 1972
European Federation of Toy Distributors / Est. 1961
Stockholm International Toy Research Centre
International Institute for the Promotion of the Good Toy
European Collectors and Modellers Association / Est. 1981

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World Problems relating to Toys

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Dangerous toys
Discriminatory toys
Violent interactive toys

Action Strategies relating to Toys

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Manufacturing recreational games
Standardizing toys
Producing safe toys

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