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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Students

European Dental Students Association / Est. 1988
Erasmus Student Network / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
International Union of Students / Est. 1946
European Federation of Psychology Students\' Associations / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1987
European Association of Aerospace Students / Delft, Netherlands / Est. 1959
Ecumenical Asia-Pacific Students and Youth Network / Las Piñas City, Philippines
Service of the European Churches for International Students / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1996
International Association of Students in Agricultural and Related Sciences / Leuven, Belgium / Est. 1957
International Forestry Students\' Association / Freiburg, Germany / Est. 1990
Japan International Medical Students Association / Tokyo, Japan
World Union of Jewish Students / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1924
Latin American Association of Chemical Engineering Students / Est. 1998
Institute of International Education / New York NY, USA / Est. 1919
World Student Christian Federation / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1895
International Association of Dental Students / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1951
Board of European Students of Technology / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1988
Tallinn University - Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School / Tallinn, Estonia / Est. 2005
World Youth Student and Educational Travel Confederation / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Westslawistische Studentenkonferenz / Leipzig, Germany
Friends International Ministries / Ware, UK / Est. 1985
International Association of Physics Students / Mulhouse, France / Est. 1987
International Fellowship of Evangelical Students / Oxford, UK / Est. 1947
Students Helping Street Kids International / Spencerville MD, USA / Est. 1997
International Association for Student Insurance Services / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Organization of Faculties, Schools and Departments of Odontology of the Union of Latin American Universities / Bogota, Colombia / Est. 1980

View all profiles (189 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Students

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Drug abuse by adolescents
Disruptive migration of trained personnel
Competitiveness in education
Excessive student-teacher ratio
Class discrimination in education
Commercial exploitation of education
Denial of education to minorities
Inadequate educational facilities for gifted children
Childhood trauma
Intimidation in educational institutions
Denial of rights to students
Functional illiteracy
Student revolt
Mental illness in children
Maldistribution of teachers
Student absenteeism
Corporal punishment in schools
Fragmentation of organized students
Binge drinking students
Political impotence of youth
Government student agitators
Learning distractions

Action Strategies relating to Students

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Teaching science
Coordinating student activities
Increasing student mobility
Accessing students
Providing financial aid to students
Interchanging graduate students
Student radicalism
Integrating students
Supporting economically disadvantaged students
Student
Identifying highly able students
Guiding students
Segregating students
Designing sustainable development programmes with school staff and students
Student revolt
Providing student meeting place
Engaging in student revolution
Researching anti-social behaviour of university students
Quieting student unrest
Designing sustainable development programmes with school staff and students
Preparing students
Assuring consistent pupil presence
Encouraging student immobility
Enforcing student unionism
Improving teacher/student ratio

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