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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Planetary Initiatives

Bridge Initiative International / Locmaria, France / Est. 2001
Fellowship of the Least Coin - Global Movement of Prayer for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation / Cavite, Philippines / Est. 1956
Globalization Research Centre, Taipei / Taipei, Taiwan
Dr Kiran C Patel Center for Global Solutions / Tampa FL, USA
Unitarian Universalist Musicians' Network / Charlotte NC, USA / Est. 1983
Transnationalisation and Development Research Centre, Bielefeld / Bielefeld, Germany / Est. 1969
Fondation du forum universale / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1989
Planet Society / Paris, France / Est. 1993
Global Movement for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence / Paris, France / Est. 2000
World Union / Pondicherry, India / Est. 1958
Hispano-American Network of Researchers in Globalization and Territory / Toluca, Mexico / Est. 1994
Ecumenical Program on Central America and the Caribbean / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1968
Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation / Brookline MA, USA / Est. 1963
Lester Pearson International / Est. 1985
Institute of Current World Affairs / Hanover NH, USA / Est. 1925
UCLA Globalization Research Centre of Africa / Los Angeles CA, USA
Centre for Research on Globalization / Pincourt QC, Canada
Centre for Research on Globalization and Democratic Governance / Istanbul, Turkey / Est. 2004
American Movement for World Government / North Palm Beach FL, USA / Est. 1954
Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing / Cambridge MA, USA / Est. 1997
One Earth One World / Bergamo, Italy
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies / Stanford CA, USA / Est. 1987
Globalization and Localization Association / Seattle WA, USA / Est. 2002
Ewel Foundation for a Better World / Est. 1994
Association Robert Schuman / Scy-Chazelles, France / Est. 1968

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World Problems relating to Planetary Initiatives

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Shortage of fresh-water
Oligopolies
Political intervention by transnational corporations
Transient global amnesia
Governmental barriers to a global ethic
Inadequate family planning programmes
Internationalization of capitalist production
Non-global priorities for use of world resources
Inadequate global transfer of funds
Monopoly of the media
Marginalization of countries through globalization
Falling rate of carbon sequestration
Capitalist speculation
Unequal global distribution of economic growth
Perverse globalization
International economic injustice
Elitist control of global economy
Vulnerability of environmental systems to globalization
Global financial crisis
Socially unaccountable global governance
Global crisis
Unequal global distribution of basic skills
Disparities in global distribution of communication resources and facilities
Vulnerability of socio-economic systems to globalization
Globalization of consumerism

Action Strategies relating to Planetary Initiatives

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing international sustainable energy policy
Transferring technology
Implementing global strategy for shelter
Preserving peace
Disseminating information on world problems
Studying human dimensions of environmental change
Coordinating global job placement
Protecting global environment
Developing early warning disaster systems
Observing Earth's atmosphere
Developing rainforest action plan
Greening international institutions
Harmonizing climate and environmental data
Conserving global marine biological diversity
Studying global change

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