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Imbalances

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Organizations relating to Imbalances

World Free Press Institute / Est. 1997
International Communication for a Society Overcoming Domination
Assembly of Captive European Nations / Est. 1954
Arca Foundation / Est. 1952
Inheritance International / Est. 1985
Association internationale contre l'arbitraire et le despotisme
Union générale des étudiants d'Afrique noire sous domination coloniale portugaise
International League for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples / Est. 1976
European Cooperation Network on Economic Development of Less-Favoured Regions
Nordic Center of Excellence for Research in Water Imbalance Related Disorders

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World Problems relating to Imbalances

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Envy
Inadequate working conditions
Restraint
Dissent
Cultural discrimination
Nutritional deficiencies
Negative ecological impact of overpopulation
Maldistribution of population within countries
Human deficiency diseases
Memory defects
Private ownership
Biased presentation of news
Cultural repression
Maldistribution of television sets
Threatened species of Hemitriccus mirandae
Lack of human organs for transplantation
Domination
Gender-biased language
Maldistribution of food
Biased government information
Male domination
Cultural imperialism
Maldistribution of water
Inequitable distribution of wealth
Emotional disorders

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 world economy
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
Dominating with technology
Unbalancing educational curricula

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