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Description

Reform means the improvement or amendment of what is wrong, corrupt, unsatisfactory, etc. The use of the word in this way emerges in the late 18th century and is believed to originate from Christopher Wyvill's Association movement which identified “Parliamentary Reform” as its primary aim.

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Organizations relating to Reform

Standing Commission on World Mission / New York NY, USA
DIAKONIA - Protestant Refugee Service / Vienna, Austria
Consultative Meeting of Contracting Parties to the London Convention/Meeting of Contracting Parties to the London Protocol / London, UK / Est. 1975
Center for Russia and Eurasia / Arlington VA, USA / Est. 1983
Women in Dialogue / London, UK / Est. 1975
Soeurs des Petites Filles Pauvres de l\'Institut Palazzolo / Bergamo, Italy / Est. 1869
Anti-Defamation League of B\'nai B\'rith / New York NY, USA / Est. 1913
World Mining Congress / Katowice, Poland / Est. 1958
International Ergonomics Association / Est. 1961
Radical Faeries / Est. 1998
Federation of Staff Associations of United Nations and its Specialized Agencies in the Philippines / Makati, Philippines / Est. 1983
Nordic Christian Democratic Youth / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1970
International Mauthausen Committee / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1953
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1953
Institute for International Economic and Political Studies, Moscow / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1961
Unitarian Universalist Musicians\' Network / Charlotte NC, USA / Est. 1983
International Prison Chaplains\' Association / Alnarp, Australia / Est. 1985
International Society for Performance Improvement / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1962
Salvation Army / London, UK / Est. 1865
Prison Fellowship International / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1979
Conference of African Socialist Parties / Est. 1975
Presbyterian-Reformed Ministries International / Black Mountain NC, USA / Est. 1966
Convention Concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1951
Convention Concerning Compulsory Invalidity Insurance for Persons Employed in Industrial or Commercial Undertakings, in the Liberal Professions, and for Outworkers and Domestic Servants / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1933
Europe and Middle East Young Friends / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1984

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World Problems relating to Reform

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Human eugenics
Social hardships of economic reform
Political indoctrination
Maldistribution of agricultural land
Inadequate fiscal policies
Modernism
Inappropriate modernization of agriculture
Dissatisfaction with personal image
Deliberate blockage of reforms
Bureaucratic resistance to self-review
Limited availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Unstructured improvement efforts
Lack of facilities for disturbed children

Action Strategies relating to Reform

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing rapid emergency response
Improving precautionary measures
Providing social security services
Improving methods
Pursuing human rights
Improving sense of time
Securing food supplies
Advancing bilingual education
Conserving global biodiversity
Promoting sustainability through cross-sectoral dialogue
Assisting those in poverty
Improving military technology
Developing rural communities
Cultivating appreciation of cultural heritage
Reforming the United Nations
Developing critical judgement
Improving food self-sufficiency
Reforming policy
Increasing aid to developing countries
Motivating cooperation
Revitalizing rural subsistence economy
Studying social reform
Improving
Clarifying alternative development systems
Preserving gene resources

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