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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Organizations relating to Imbalances

World Free Press Institute / San Ramon CA, USA / Est. 1997
Arca Foundation / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1952

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World Problems relating to Imbalances

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Alienation
Nutritional deficiencies
Racial bias in children's literature
Vulnerability of land-locked countries
Imbalance in strategic arms
Unequal income distribution within countries
Discrimination against women in religion
Soil infertility
Negative ecological impact of overpopulation
Oligopolies
Maldistribution of food
Inequitable distribution of wealth
Neglect of victims of crime
Inequality of employment opportunity
Unbalanced urban population density gradients
High cost of housing
Unequal regional distribution of deaths
Regional disparities
Gender discrimination in developing countries
Commercial exploitation of education
Disparities among developing countries
Imbalances in the distribution of the costs and benefits of economic integration
Ineffective delivery of basic human resource services
Age discrimination in employment
Regional maldistribution of industry

Action Strategies relating to Imbalances

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Correcting gender bias in policy-making
Reducing disparity in distribution of wealth
Allocating aid more fairly
Reducing disparity in human healthiness
Reducing lifestyle disparity resentment
Distinguishing fantasy from reality
Revising history
Dominating disciplines
Dominating the United Nations
Using bureaucratic bias
Maintaining disparities in global distribution of communication resources and facilities
Overthrowing dictatorships
Dominating culture
Dominating the world
Dominating world economy
Undermining opposition arising from personal bias
Dominating government policy-making
Exploiting international disparity in the consumption of resources
Reducing unequal distribution of public services
Preserving unequal distribution of public services
Dominating through politics
Denying cultural self-determination
Correcting biased and inaccurate history textbooks
Using military and economic hegemony
Limiting military economic hegemony

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