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Isolation

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 10: Reduced Inequality

Description

Isolation is the process or fact of isolating or being isolated and may refer to:

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Organizations relating to Isolation

IIED América-Latina / Est. 1988
Next Genderation Network / Est. 1998
International Union of Students / Est. 1946
Institute of Mundialist Studies / Est. 1977
B'nai B'rith International / Est. 1843
Society for the Study of Internationalism / Est. 1980
Coordination for Tomorrow's Africa / Est. 1995
Commonwealth Trade Union Council / Est. 1979
Treaty for the Extradition of Criminals and for Protection Against Anarchism / Est. 1902
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS / Est. 1992
Partnership for Democratic Governance / Est. 2007
Forum of Democratic Leaders in the Asia-Pacific / Est. 1994
Association for the Defence of Human Rights and Democratic Liberties in the Arab World
Europe, terre d'humanisme
Grenada Democratic Movement / Est. 1979
Democratic Pacific Union / Est. 2005
Asian Tourism Action Network / Est. 1992
European Civic Centre for Conflict Resolution
European Network for Profeminist Men
International Lesbian Information Service / Est. 1980
Laïcité et humanisme en Afrique centrale / Est. 1997
Fondation internationale de Dachau
Roosevelt Institute / Est. 1987
Group of Twenty Four / Est. 1989
Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha / Est. 1955

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World Problems relating to Isolation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Social isolation of the elderly
Exclusion
Restraint
Negative effects of maternity
Inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Loneliness
National isolationism
Limited social guidance from older generations
Personal isolation in modern communities
Social isolation
Introversion of the family unit
Isolation of mind from body
Social isolation of computer users
Nonconformity of precocious children
Social disaffection of the young
Restriction of social life to family
Refusal of families to participate
Local traditions of cultural isolation
Self-imposed social isolation due to torture
Isolation of trade union members from their representatives
Isolating social forms inhibiting ethical relations
Preoccupation with isolated problems
Political isolation
Isolated village mentality
Isolation of neighbourhood shopping facilities

Action Strategies relating to Isolation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Exploding isolated occupational mindsets
Assessing environmental training needs of people in geographically, socially or culturally isolated situations
Breaking down political isolation
Breaking down local traditions of cultural isolation
Increasing cross-island access
Isolating economically
Breaking down cultural isolation
Relaxing preoccupation with isolated problems
Breaking down economic isolation
Coping with inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Improving island transport services
Creating community youth participation
Breaking down social isolation of the elderly

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