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Quality Unification

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Quality Unification

Samarbetskommittén inom Norden för Tilförlitlighet of Miljöteknik
Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education / Est. 2005
Agreement Concerning Uniform Rules for the Marking of Navigable Waters / Est. 1962
UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules / Est. 1976
International Committee for the Unification of Anthropological Methods / Est. 1934
Pan Arab Committee for Standardization and Quality Control
Inter-American Convention on General Rules of Private International Law / Est. 1979
International Council on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use / Est. 1990
European Foundation for Quality in eLearning / Est. 2005
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relative to Maritime Liens and Mortgages, 1967 / Est. 1967
Pan-American Network on Fish Inspection and Quality Control
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Immunity of State-owned Vessels / Est. 1926
International Society of Reliability Engineers / Est. 1932
European Quality Assurance Association of Expanded Polystyrene Foam Manufacturers for Food Packaging
Caribbean Area Network for Quality Assurance in Tertiary Education / Est. 2002
Web3D Consortium / Est. 1996
Water Quality Association
Benelux Commission on the Unification of Law
European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education / Est. 2000
International Network of Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education / Est. 1991
SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teachers and Educational Personnel in Language / Est. 2009
International Commission for the Unification of Agro-Geological Cartography / Est. 1909
Southern African Association of Independent Schools
Convention for the Unification for the Law of Bills of Exchange and Cheques / Est. 1912
International Convention on Certain Rules Concerning Civil Jurisdiction in Matters of Collision / Est. 1952

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World Problems relating to Quality Unification

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate working conditions
Manufacture of substandard products
Eye diseases and disorders
Decline in nutritional quality of food
Inadequate teaching
Unreliability of computer software
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Illegal induced abortion
Irregular hospital transportation
Inadequate rainfall
Irregular transport services
Inadequacy of foreign aid
Biased recall
Polluted drinking water
Decline in educational standards
Inadequate waste treatment
Discrepancies between principles and practice

Action Strategies relating to Quality Unification

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Establishing a globally harmonized hazardous chemical classification system
Harmonizing transport of dangerous goods
Providing information on drinking water quality
Sharing international water resources
Advancing industrial environmental management
Ensuring clean drinking water
Restoring consumer confidence
Issuing quality mark licences
Preventing air pollution from aircraft
Improving quality of human life
Improving access to abortion
Delivering quality health services to ethnically diverse populations
Using life-cycle analysis
Preparing environmental guidelines for safe discharge of waste
Using criteria for safe management of solid waste
Testing couple compatibility before marriage
Shifting from materials-intensive growth in developed countries
Clarifying rules of governance
Providing checks on societal decision-making
Ensuring compatibility between multilateral environmental agreements and World Trade Organization rules
Managing Internet domain names
Reducing urban air pollution
Focusing on traditional technologies
Improving family food quality
Exploring hybrid seed varieties

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