Societal Problems → Delay
World Problems relating to DelayFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Social hardships of economic reform
Inaccessible religious records
Inadequate weed control
Failure to to observe contractual terms of payments
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Disproportionately long prison sentences
Limited acceptance of human rights treaties
Excessive burden on the poor due to legal delays
Arrears in financial payments between government agencies
Action Strategies relating to DelayFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Providing rapid emergency response
Promoting social change
Slowing pace of structural adjustment
Reducing delay in benefits from reform in transition economies
Addressing delay of religions in acknowledging social problems
Creating public waiting room
Reducing delays in research
Raising awareness of delayed emergence of problems
Reducing delay in administration of criminal justice
Delaying administration of criminal justice
Reducing government action commitment
Delaying recognition of patents
Reducing delay in recognition of patents
Delaying implementation of commitments
Reducing delays at border crossings
Reducing delay in development of regional plans
Reducing delay in implementation of commitments
Reducing amount of wasted waiting time
Reducing delay in government reimbursements
Delaying administration of medical care
Reducing delays in administration of medical care
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