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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Training

Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth of the European Commission / Est. 1989
ARTDO International / Est. 1974
European Society of Golf Course Architects / Est. 1990
Africa Capacity-Building Initiative / Est. 2001
Latin American College / Est. 1953
International Committee for Medical Extension Courses / Est. 1909
Training Centre for International Realities / Est. 1973
International Association of Training and Research in Family Education / Est. 1987
Centre de formation URTNA / Est. 1978
Marie Schlei Association - Assistance for Women in Africa, Asia and Latin America / Est. 1984
Réseau afrique formation développement agricole et rural
Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme / Est. 1978
African Institute for Higher Technical Training and Research / Est. 1979
Population Information and Training Area
African Rural Development Fund / Est. 1997
Latin American Water Education and Training Network / Est. 2002
Multinational Advanced Postal Training School, Abidjan / Est. 1970
International Centre for Tourism Training, Spain
European Federation of Amusement and Leisure Parks / Est. 1981
International Centre for Creative and Artistic Training
International Ophthalmology Training Center
Training Network for Accelerated Development of Food Industry in ASEAN
Convention Concerning Vocational Guidance and Vocational Training in the Development of Human Resources / Est. 1975
European Confederation for the Employment of Handicapped Persons / Est. 1990
Training Centre for European Initiatives

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World Problems relating to Training

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Discrimination against women in sports
Bilingual education
Inadequate vocational training
Lack of physical education
Inadequacy of agricultural education
Unethical practices in education
Diseases of blood and blood-forming organs
Lack of vocational teachers
Inadequate sports equipment
Lax university standards
Environmental degradation through military activity during peace-time
Inadequate rehabilitation of offenders
Absence of organization training
Lack of opportunities for practical training in communities
Unequal opportunity for vocational training
Unused training opportunities
Ineffective functional training
Ineffective systems of practical education
Undeveloped training resources
Neglect of women farmers
Cumbersome methods of policy formation
Lack of agro-urban training
Inadequate husbandry training
Regional protectionism
Skill training lag

Action Strategies relating to Training

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Expanding sustainable development education
Developing critical judgement
Increasing education for females in science
Enhancing science and technology training
Providing open universities
Increasing environmental management education capacities
Training mountain communities in integrated environmental management
Emphasizing national capacity building for sustainable development
Developing multi media training systems
Seeking national consensus on capacity building strategies for implementing Agenda 21
Training in environmental aspects of enterprise management
Fostering small business
Using UNDP field offices to support capacity building strategies for Agenda 21
Including sustainable development information in professional training programmes
Modelling participatory processes
Providing environmental education in schools
Increasing training for sustainable development
Establishing environmental training programmes to meet needs of special groups
Developing electronic interactive learning
Training in water sanitation
Training sports coaches
Establishing bible schools
Educating teachers
Educating public health

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