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Impediments

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Impediments

Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade / Est. 1979
Nordic Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade
Protocol on the Abolition of Controls and Formalities at Internal Benelux Frontiers, and the Abolition of Barriers to Free Movement
International Committee for Breaking the Language Barrier / Est. 1962
Non Technical Barriers Liquid Biofuels Network / Est. 1995
Overcoming Mobility Barriers International / Est. 1979
Sterile Barrier Association / Est. 1992
European Noise Barrier Federation / Est. 2009
International Brain Barriers Society
Europe Without Barriers / Est. 2009
Cracking the Language Barrier
Borderless Alliance / Est. 2012

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World Problems relating to Impediments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Difficulty
Restraint
Photosensitive epilepsy
Hindrance of law enforcement
Class consciousness
Impediments to marriage
Environmental hazards from fishing industry
Non-tariff barriers to international trade
Trade barriers against developing countries
Collapse in providing ethical value screens
Restrictive trade practices
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Protection of company ownership
Economic barriers to women's access to the judicial process
Economic barriers to access to the legal profession, the judiciary and jury membership
Barriers to the international flow of knowledge and educational materials
Language as a barrier to communication
Impediments to extradition
Fortified frontiers
Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Copyright barriers to transfer of knowledge
Subsidized natural resource consumption
Cultural barriers
Immigration barriers for handicapped family members

Action Strategies relating to Impediments

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Removing government barriers to international trade in services
Removing non-tariff barriers to international trade
Using living fences
Adjusting for traditional barriers to employment
Using language as a barrier to communication
Reducing information barriers due to language differences
Limiting animal migration
Overcoming barriers to waste trade
Removing tariff barriers to international trade
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on technical trade barriers
Predicting barriers to trade
Reducing legal impediments to foreign investment
Maintaining ethical value screens
Removing unnatural barriers to movement of natural populations
Removing inter-cultural trade barriers
Providing legal impediments
Providing legal impediments to international investigations
Removing barriers to jungle harvesting
Removing barriers to environmental innovation
Reducing legal impediments to international investigations
Transcending cultural barriers
Using cultural barriers
Developing global ethic
Identifying obstacles to commodity futures trading
Identifying obstacles to efficient utilization of time

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