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Organizations relating to Change

IIED América-Latina / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1988
Center for Global Change and Governance / Est. 1995
Global Climate Forum / Berlin, Germany / Est. 2001
UNANIMA International / New York NY, USA / Est. 2002
International Centre of Climate and Environmental Sciences / Beijing, China / Est. 1991
TeachBeyond / Winnipeg MB, Canada / Est. 1954
International Society for Astrological Research / Gainesville FL, USA / Est. 1969
Association for Evolutionary Economics / Lewisburg PA, USA
Association internationale de climatologie / Besançon, France / Est. 1988
Communication for Social Change Consortium / South Orange NJ, USA / Est. 2000
African Centre of Meteorological Applications for Development / Niamey, Niger / Est. 1987
Climate Action Network Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia / Est. 1994
International Feng Shui Guild / Lees Summit MO, USA / Est. 1996
International Oracle Users Community / Redwood City CA, USA / Est. 1994
International Society of Business Astrologers / Est. 1997
GAP International / Springfield PA, USA
International Commission on Middle Atmosphere Science / Kyoto, Japan
International Society of Biometeorology / Milwaukee WI, USA / Est. 1956
World Business Transformation Forum / Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands / Est. 2003
Sustainability Challenge Foundation / Tilburg, Netherlands / Est. 1994
Latin American Challenge Investment Fund / Lima, Peru / Est. 1999
European Research Network on Transitions in Youth / Nijmegen, Netherlands / Est. 1992
JIN Climate and Sustainability / Groningen, Netherlands / Est. 1994
Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia / Est. 1973
International Federation of Magic Societies / Est. 1948

View all profiles (151 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Change

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unethical medical experimentation on prisoners
Guilt
Uncontrolled dogs
Corporate control of genetic material
Sex scandals
Abusive experimentation on humans
Pornography
Unethical practices in forestry
Hooliganism
Unethical practices in the public sector
Unethical commercial practices
Irreversible environmental trends
Neglect of victims of crime
Unethical practices in the apparel industry
Dishonest employees
Journalistic irresponsibility
Unethical practices
Barriers to transfer among educational facilities
Malice
Debauchery
Cruelty
Immorality
Unethical practices of national defence industries
Unethical sporting practices
Insider dealing

Action Strategies relating to Change

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Restoring deference
Affirming positive aspects of pornography
Articulating self-consciousness
Distinguishing between good and bad
Sustaining community morale
Using dominance ethic
Moralizing
Orienting ethics
Forgiving transgression
Tolerating moral imperfection
Upholding moral values
Dividing loyalties
Expiating transgressions or sins
Suppressing moral liberty
Correcting disorderly conduct
Admitting transgression
Enjoying decadence
Feeling guilty
Showing group loyalty
Considering moral appropriateness
Using vice
Enhancing awareness of ethical principles
Using moral inappropriateness
Using selective ethics
Rehearsing differentiating manners

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