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Orders, Secular Institutes

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Orders, Secular Institutes

International Association of Scientologists / Est. 1984
Alliance universelle de l'ordre et de la civilisation / Est. 1872
Theosophical Order of Service / Est. 1908
International Commission on the History of the Order of the Temple and Military Orders / Est. 1973
Intergovernmental Group on the Emergence of a New Global Humanitarian Order
Khalsa / Est. 1699
Union of Jewish Congregations in Latin America and the Caribbean / Est. 1998
Order of the Alhambra / Est. 1904
International Order of Knights Signum Fidei
Comité international de liaison et d'information des ordres, académies, instituts et confréries
Conférence internationale du troisième ordre régulier
International Alliance of Messianic Congregations
Church of Scientology International / Est. 1954
Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids
Benedictine Order
Federation of Secular Institutes in Latin America / Est. 1982
Federation of Independent European Jurisdictions of the Odd Fellow Order
Nirmala Order of Sikhs
World Vietnamese Buddhist Order
Order of the Amaranth / Est. 1873
Jehovah's Witnesses / Est. 1870
Knights Templar / Est. 1120
World Conference of Secular Institutes / Est. 1974
Esoteric Order of the Golden Dawn / Est. 1888

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World Problems relating to Orders, Secular Institutes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Erosion of collective consensus
Failure to integrate knowledge to empower humanity in response to the global problematique
Imperfect synthesis of concepts of sustainable development
Unethical practices in religion
Manipulative cults
Antiquated world socio-economic order
Dysfunctional public utilities
Denial of a transcendent moral order

Action Strategies relating to Orders, Secular Institutes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Synthesizing concepts of sustainable development
Maintaining social order
Disseminating distributive justice
Researching new world order
Promoting world order
Modernizing world socio-economic order
Setting communication standards
Regulating use of oceans
Defining vice and sex traffic offences
Neglecting law and order
Preserving law and order
Building dependable mass communication
Preserving rule of law
Integrating knowledge to empower humanity to act on problems
Prosecuting offences against public order
Creating public mood for domestic stability
Preserving collective sense of order
Defining liberties within community order

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