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Political Theories

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Political Theories

International Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes and Civil War, Kiev / Est. 1994
Center for Russia and Eurasia / Est. 1983
Communist International / Est. 1919
Radical Faeries / Est. 1998
Lola Solar Fund / Est. 1990
Technical Group of the European Right / Est. 1984
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / Est. 1953
Institute for International Economic and Political Studies, Moscow / Est. 1961
International Marxist Group / Est. 1956
Nordic Liberal and Radical Youth / Est. 1965
Centre for Research into Communist Economies
International Communist Current / Est. 1975
Association des neurologues libéraux de langue française / Est. 1987
European Association of Women Liberals / Est. 1983
Swedish International Liberal Centre / Est. 1989
European Civic Centre for Conflict Resolution
Union for a Federalist Europe / Est. 1987
Council of European Municipalities and Regions / Est. 1951
International Committee of the Left for Peace in the Middle East / Est. 1969
International Gramsci Society / Est. 1989
Latvian National Foundation / Est. 1947
Radicalist International
Jeune Europe
Liberal Movement for a United Europe / Est. 1952
Federation of Liberal and Centrist Parties of Central America and the Caribbean

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World Problems relating to Political Theories

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Secession
Disruptive religious fundamentalism
Global financial crisis
Ecological authoritarianism
Socially unaccountable global governance
Technocracy
Excessive independence of private judgment
Feminist politicization of choice
Politicization of scholarship
Undemocratic policy-making
Vulnerability of socio-economic systems to globalization
Domination of the world by sovereign states
Unbridled individualism
Global corporate mercantilism
Inadequate economic policy-making
Lack of participation from local communities in democratic processes
Ineffectiveness of democratic consultation procedures
Non-productive capitalist elites
Undemocratic social systems
Capitalist speculation
Abusive national leadership
Political fragmentation
Contempt for democratic processes
Over-concentration of capitalist development
Government support for repressive regimes

Action Strategies relating to Political Theories

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scrutinizing practices of transnational corporations
Developing internet democracy
Re-inventing democracy
Developing democracy
Abstaining from participation by local communities in democratic processes
Liberalizing trade
Forming transnational political interdependence
Revitalizing constitutional democracy
Requiring authentic application of science
Developing integrated educational programmes for peace, human rights and democracy
Implementing democratic reforms
Gathering relevant input for collective deliberation
Developing democratic systems
Supporting democratic principles
Quickening individual conviction to corporate governance
Condemning undemocratic policy-making
Portraying radical self-hood
Developing democratic rights
Suggesting radical awareness
Promoting democratic principles
Bearing radical ethics
Democratizing national political systems
Abstaining from democracy
Abstaining from individualism in capitalist systems
Abstaining from political independence

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