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Organizations relating to Maltreatment

International Convention for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic, 1910 / Est. 1910
Center for Third World Organizing / Oakland CA, USA / Est. 1980
Women Against Violence Europe / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1994
Latin American Centre for the Study of Violence and Health \'Jorge Careli\' / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Est. 1989
International Child Abuse Network / Canoga Park CA, USA / Est. 1997
Bonn International Center for Conversion / Bonn, Germany / Est. 1994
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1945
Swedish Society Against Painful Experiments on Animals / Est. 1882
Slavery Convention, 1953 / Est. 1953
International Observatory of Violence in the School Environment / Nice, France / Est. 1998
Nordic Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect / Saudarkrókur, Iceland / Est. 1998
European Association against Violence against Women at Work / Paris, France / Est. 1985
Center for International Health and Cooperation / New York NY, USA / Est. 1992
Women\'s Group for the Abolition of Female Genital Mutilation and Other Harmful Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children / Paris, France / Est. 1982
Genocide Alert / Cologne, Germany / Est. 2007
Soeurs de la Croix de Strasbourg / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1848
Southern African Network on Disappearances / Braamfontein, South Africa
International Children\'s Care / Vancouver WA, USA / Est. 1978
Coördinatiecentrum Mensenhandel / Amersfoort, Netherlands
International Agreement for the Suppression of the White Slave Traffic / Est. 1904
Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1968
Center for Victims of Torture / St Paul MN, USA / Est. 1985
International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect / Aurora CO, USA / Est. 1977
World Organisation Against Torture / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1985
South Asian Coalition on Child Servitude / Delhi, India / Est. 1989

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World Problems relating to Maltreatment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Cruelty to animals
Trafficking in children for adoption
Involuntary mass resettlement
Routine sexual mutilation of males
Denial of rights of mental patients
Manipulative cults
Overexploitation of underground water resources
Abusive experimentation on humans
Landscape disfigurement from open-cast mining
Exploitation of child labour
Parental punishment
Misuse of electronic surveillance by governments
Youth smoking
Restrictive business practices in relation to patents and trademarks
Gypsy persecution
Gender abortions
Denial of right to a people to pursue development
Female genital mutilation
Abandoned children
Violation of sovereignty by trans-border broadcasting
Misuse of spiritual authority for sexual purposes

Action Strategies relating to Maltreatment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Tracing missing persons
Stimulating exploitation of natural resources
Reducing alternatives for development of natural resources
Preempting abusive use of non-renewable resources
Extracting natural resources
Breaching international treaties
Campaigning against childhood genital mutilation
Increasing cervical smear testing
Monitoring cervical smear tests
Persecuting religious sects
Monitoring human rights violations
Claiming psychological intimidation
Supporting victims of abuse
Countering conventional understanding of war
Economic warfare
Prosecuting serious violations of humanitarian rights
Using environmentally sound land-use practices
Decomposing organic materials
Restoring environmental damage
Counselling victims of torture
Abolishing slavery
Preventing patent violations
Giving insult
Reducing acceptance of violence

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