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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Standards

International Organization for Plant Data Standards Group
Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Est. 1988
Entraide aux peuples isolés / Est. 1984
European Group of Research into Norms / Est. 1985
International Association of Electrical Inspectors / Est. 1928
Medico International - Aid in Developing Countries / Est. 1968
ESF Network on Insect-Plant Interactions / Est. 1990
Association of Universities Entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin-America / Est. 1985
Vivamos Mejor Foundation / Est. 1981
Intergroup of Local and Regional Elected Members of the European Parliament
World Toilet Organization / Est. 2001
Helvetas - Swiss Association for International Cooperation / Est. 1955
European Advertising Standards Alliance / Est. 1991
Gender Research on Urbanization, Planning, Housing and Everyday Life / Est. 1991
International Californium-252 Brachytherapy Society / Est. 2002
Pan Arab Committee for Standardization and Quality Control
Caribbean School of Accountancy
International Centre for Earth Construction / Est. 1979
International Organization of Legal Metrology / Est. 1955
Commonwealth Trade Union Council / Est. 1979
International Committee on Veterinary Embryological Nomenclature / Est. 1965
World Association for Free Time and for Human and Social Well-being / Est. 1983
International Federation of Standards Users / Est. 1974
E-business Board for European Standardization / Est. 1996
Association of Psychiatrists in Africa / Est. 1970

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World Problems relating to Standards

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate teaching
Creative accounting
Denial of right to education
Polluted drinking water
Unenforced behaviour standards
Decline in educational standards
Discrimination against unattractive people
Adulteration of cultural heritage
Lax university standards
Collapse of common values
Haphazard forms of social ethics
Government hypocrisy
Non-standardization of geographical names
Inadequate corporate governance
Conflicting interpretations of universal human rights
Protectionist anti-dumping procedures
Low-quality construction work
Double standards of sexual morality
Cultural bias in medicine
Adulteration of language with foreign expressions
Adulteration of illicit drugs
Parochial telecommunications standards
Inadequate standardization in marking navigable waters

Action Strategies relating to Standards

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Standardizing hazard communication terminology
Regulating industrial environmental performance
Preventing occupational accidents
Eliminating abusive child labour
Standardizing hospital care
Constructing social morality
Influencing computer industry standards
Setting electronic standards
Developing environmental law databases
Raising standards of abattoirs
Establishing international phytosanitary standards
Offering flexible employment
Promoting international standardization of geographical nomenclature
Setting communication standards
Using natural resource accounting
Implementing standards in crime prevention
Improving compliance with international norms for discharges from ships
Improving standards of surgery
Developing code of conduct
Agreeing about international priorities
Protecting national standards
Promoting observance of international labour standards
Enforcing radiation exposure standards and laws
Expanding global commonality
Standardizing maps

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