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Educational Level

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Educational Level

Instituto Interamericano de Defensa Social
Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1983
Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme / Est. 1978
Global Work Experience Association / Est. 2002
International Group for the Exchange of Information and Experience among Postal Savings Institutions / Est. 1984
European Network of Experiences in Sustainable Development
Convention on the Practice of Learned Professions, 1889 / Est. 1889
Convention on the Practice of Learned Professions, 1939 / Est. 1939
International School-to-School Experience / Est. 1971
Acumen Fund / Est. 2001
Gifted Children's Pen Pals International / Est. 1976
Convention on the Practice of Learned Professions, 1902 / Est. 1902
International Personhood of Illiterate Programmers / Est. 1976
EUROMINERALS - Confederation of Learned/Engineering Societies in the Mineral Industry / Est. 1990
Ibero-American Federation of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas / Est. 1991
YOUTHSTART / Est. 1994
Centre international Ignoramus - Institut de philosophie et de science d'Extrême-Orient
Network of Children's and Juvenile Literature Documentation Centers / Est. 1984
Fondation internationale 'Talent' / Est. 1995
International Publishers Association / Est. 1896
Peace Trust / Est. 1984
Rosicrucian Order, Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis
Association nationale et internationale de loisirs de rencontres et d'éducation pour les enfants et adolescents précoces
International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience / Est. 1948

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World Problems relating to Educational Level

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Manufacture of substandard products
Inadequate sense of time
Loss of cultural heritage
Deficient business leadership
Decline in cognitive ability with ageing
Functional illiteracy
Mathematical ignorance
Underutilization of intellectual ability
Diseases of the digestive system
Racial inequality
Dexterity disabilities
Ignorance of traditional herbal remedies
Elimination of traditional skills
Inadequacy of agricultural education
Scientific ignorance
Malpractice in plastic surgery
Conceptual repression of problems
Excessive confidence in prediction capacity
Failure to profit from patterns of history
Limitation of current scientific knowledge
Ineffective scheduling ability
Irresponsible research

Action Strategies relating to Educational Level

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recognizing role of women in peacekeeping
Improving ability to resolve problems realistically
Developing higher states of consciousness
Maintaining record of past encounter
Strengthening multi-language literacy prowess
Managing commercial company
Naming common experience
Sharing business experience on sustainable development
Sharing information about inland aquatic resources
Providing youth training
Learning basic linguistic skills
Improving local language proficiency
Developing effective home management
Acquiring technological skills
Developing essential abilities
Developing appropriate educational policies
Improving ability to analyse information on sustainable development
Decreasing skilled expertise
Developing highly skilled workers
Fostering ability to live harmoniously in a changing environment
Revealing inter-cultural gifts
Ensuring competent consulting services
Establishing networks for exchanging experience on farming and sustainable development
Improving small business skills
Requiring skilled guidance of production systems

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