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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Concern

Pacific Women's Bureau / Est. 1982
Public Concern Foundation / Est. 1975
Standing Committee of Presidents of International NGOs Concerned with Mental Health Issues / Est. 1996
Council of World Organizations Concerned About AIDS / Est. 1993
South Asian Environment Concern
Global Cancer Concern, UK
Union of Concerned Scientists / Est. 1969
International Center for Earth Concerns
International Assembly of NGOs concerned with the Environment / Est. 1974
United Purpose / Est. 1976
International Network for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Concerns and Transgender Issues in Psychology
Gender Concerns International / Est. 2004
Association of Concerned Africa Scholars / Est. 1977
Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization / Est. 1973
Europe's Children - Our Concern / Est. 1993
Committee of Concerned Africans / Est. 1980
European Quaker Network on the Peace Tax Concern / Est. 1991
South Asian Concern / Est. 1989
Global Cancer Concern India
Catholic Committee Concerned about Workers / Est. 1987
Concerned Zimbabweans Abroad
NGO Committee on Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns / Est. 2002
Ecumenical Partnership for International Concerns
International Concerns for Children / Est. 1979
Human Concern International

View all profiles (58 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Concern

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive emphasis on fashionable problems
Inadequate animal welfare
Excessive commercial exploitation of farm animals by industrial concerns
Disconnected community initiatives
Inadequate means for upholding global concern
Damage to the environment during national crises
Non-concerned attitudes
Unwillingness to divulge information by industrial concerns
Distracting university faculty demands
Inadequate environmental concerns of international financial institutions
Import of foodborne disease
Vulnerability of society to truth
Unshared mutual responsibility
Shortage of time for appropriate policy making

Action Strategies relating to Concern

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Being concerned with computers
Developing national strategies for sustainability
Advancing interests of women
Integrating biodiversity concerns into marine resource policies
Integrating environment and development in decision-making
Integrating environmental concerns in regional development policies
Integrating biodiversity concerns into economic development planning
Creating productive employment relating to the environment
Integrating employment, development and environmental concerns
Enhancing environmental awareness
Integrating biodiversity concerns with urban economic development
Integrating biodiversity concerns into development project planning
Global local community planning
Protecting waterbirds
Seeking immortality
Lobbying on environmental issues
Ensuring environmental standards do not lead to unjustified trade restrictions
Including demographic concerns in international programmes for sustainable development
Improving ability to respond to minority concerns
Being concerned with efficiency
Incorporating children's concerns in sustainable development policies and strategies
Demonstrating in public
Projecting corporate concerns
Accounting for special political interests
Setting assessment priorities for toxic chemicals of global concern

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