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GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Awards

UNESCO Fellowships Programme / Est. 1946
United Poets Laureate International / Est. 1963
Billiards Worldcup Association / Est. 1986
Prestige of Europe / Est. 1991
Norwegian Nobel Institute / Est. 1904
Adjudicating Committee for the Nordic Council's Literature Prize / Est. 1961
Standing Committee on Scholarships for African Refugees
Convention for the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards / Est. 1927
Nordic Council Music Prize Committee / Est. 1965
Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards / Est. 1958
International Congress of Distinguished Awards / Est. 1994
Right Livelihood Award Foundation / Est. 1980
International E Balzan Prize Foundation / Est. 1956
Association for the Promotion of Humor in International Affairs / Est. 1973
International Institute for Promotion and Prestige / Est. 1963
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation / Est. 1956
Robert S McNamara Fellowships Program / Est. 1982
Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships / Est. 1953
ICSU-UNESCO Distinguished Fellowships in Science
Albert Einstein Peace Prize Foundation / Est. 1979
Duke of Wellington Award
Spirit of Enterprise Group / Est. 1991
Centre européen de promotion caisse stabilisation et soutien prix des productions de la Côte d'Ivoire
Nansen Refugee Award Committee / Est. 1954
Harkness Fellowships / Est. 1925

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World Problems relating to Awards

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Animal trophy hunting
Reward biased research
Unethical personnel practices
Unfair contests
Excessively costly prestige projects
Elitist public honour systems
Pursuit of national prestige
Inadequate enforcement of foreign arbitral awards
Inappropriate emphasis on prestige technology
Unethical practices of national defence industries
Pursuit of personal prestige
Discrimination against women in payment and prizes for athletic events

Action Strategies relating to Awards

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Giving awards for biodiversity conservation work
Emphasizing prestige technology
Awarding prizes for social inventions
Encouraging obscenity
Condemning elitist public honour systems
Educating prizewinners
Securing formal school scholarships
Awarding literary prizes

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