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Methodologies

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Methodologies

Union européenne des méthodes traditionnelles vietnamiennes - Qwan Ki Do-Quan Khi Dao, Tam The, Co Vo Dao et disciplines affinitaires / Est. 1995
International Committee for the Unification of Anthropological Methods / Est. 1934
Amélioration des méthodes d'investigation et de recherche appliquées au développement
ESF Network on Converging Computing Methodologies in Astronomy
Group for Advanced Analytical Methods / Est. 1944
ESF Network on Social Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe
International Association for the Coordination of Psychiatry and Psychological Methods / Est. 1950
DSDM Consortium / Est. 1994
Association européenne de méthodes médicales nouvelles / Est. 1987
Alianza ONG in Latin America and the Caribbean
Asia and Pacific Commission on Agricultural Statistics / Est. 1963
International Union for the Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Sciences / Est. 1949
Ibero-American and Caribbean Forum of Best Practices / Est. 1997
SAVE International / Est. 1959
International Symposium on Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems
International Network for Research Methodologies on Production Systems
International Conference on Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering
Bureau européen des méthodes et essais alternatifs
Joint Industry Audience Research Methodology Group / Est. 1994
International Network for Economic Method / Est. 1989
Support Programme for Evaluation Activities in Research
Asian Congress for Scientific Method
International Commission for the Application of Quantitative Methods in History / Est. 1980
International Union for History and Methodological Sciences
Centre of Methodology of International Studies

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World Problems relating to Methodologies

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unproductive subsistence agriculture
Ideological confusion
Intellectual methods excluding popular participation in technological development
Inadequacy of scientific reasoning
Absence of tactical methods
Confusing decision-making methodologies
Limitations of surprise-free thinking
Limited historical method

Action Strategies relating to Methodologies

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing technologies
Providing alternative to traditional agricultural methodology
Transmitting educational methodologies
Promoting study of social sciences
Conveying sociological sciences
Developing social methodologies for a global ideology
Developing methodologies for impact assessment of atmospheric change
Promoting best practice for agrobiodiversity conservation
Training leaders
Developing methodologies
Providing global contextual methodologies
Improving national capabilities for monitoring wastes
Improving methodology for integrated environmental audits
Developing waste monitoring methodology
Developing teaching methodologies
Revitalizing methodologies
Improving methodologies
Improving methodologies for estimating environmental costs
Imparting intellectual methodologies
Providing decision-making methodologies
Freeing up historical method
Limiting historical method
Revitalizing skills methodologies
Improving methodologies to deal with discontinuities and random events
Sustaining techniques for transmission of cultural knowledge

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