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GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions


Politics is a set of activities associated with the governance of a country or an area. It involves making decisions that apply to group of members.

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Organizations relating to Politics

Institute of World Economics and Politics, Hanoi / Est. 1983
Institute for International Studies of Values in Politics, Philadelphia / Est. 1960
European Network of Women Elected Representatives of Local and Regional Authorities / Est. 1996
Asian Studies Association of Australia / Est. 1976
Intergroup of Local and Regional Elected Members of the European Parliament
Latin American Center for Economics and International Politics
Mission of the Representative of the Secretary-General in the Dominican Republic / Est. 1965
Campaign for Open Politics in Europe
Institute for International Relations, Hamburg
Union of Socialist Local and Regional Representatives in Europe / Est. 1979
International Institute of Politics and Economics
Institute of World Politics / Est. 1990
Société internationale des élections
International Manufacturers Representatives Association / Est. 1955
Vienna Convention on the Representation of States in Their Relations with International Organizations of a Universal Character / Est. 1975
Commission on Multilateral Cooperation of Academies of Sciences of Socialist Countries - Economy and Politics of Developing Countries / Est. 1974
School of European Business Media and Politics / Est. 2006
Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament, Delhi / Est. 1970
Association of South American Electoral Organizations / Est. 1989
East-West Center Program on International Economics and Politics
Campaign for a World Constituent Assembly / Est. 1962
UNESCO International Research Network on Educational Resources / Est. 1992
Southern African Human Rights Foundation / Est. 1990
Mediterranea - Centro di Iniziativa per le Politiche Europee, Bari / Est. 1992
United Nations Transition Assistance Group / Est. 1978

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World Problems relating to Politics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical media practices
Denial of legal representation
Discrimination against women in politics
Radical feminism
Lack of international accord on water use
Personality cults
Unethical practices in politics
Dissociation of truth from politics
Failure of green politics
Representative arts
Adversary culture
Abusive distribution of political patronage
Negative stereotyping of majority world
Stateless nations
Electoral apathy
Domination of the world by sovereign states
Constrained representation of global interests
Government complicity in illegal activities
Improper financing of political parties
Sex scandal
Declining significance of electoral politics
Entrenched politicians
Political instability
Political apathy

Action Strategies relating to Politics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Ensuring comprehensive system of protected areas
Lobbying politicians
Holding global forum
Forming transnational political interdependence
Promoting political participation of women
Enabling representation of minorities
Managing politics
Sacrificing political ideals
Ensuring competent parliaments
Perceiving importance of sacred objects
Increasing public access to culture
Creating constituency suffrage
Ensuring transparent and democratic governance of the GEF
Authenticating majority rule
Instituting global representation
Establishing global representation bodies
Using dirty tricks politics
Promoting the collective organization of disabled persons
Presenting proposal for collective examination
Installing representative policy makers
Improving choice for voters
Consolidating representative democracy
Electing active responsible spokesmen
Prosecuting misconduct of trade union representatives

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