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Social organisms, including human(s), live collectively in interacting populations. This interaction is considered social whether they are aware of it or not, and whether the exchange is voluntary or not.

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Organizations relating to Social

European Society for Social Drug Research / Ghent, Belgium / Est. 1990
European Association of Social Anthropologists / London, UK / Est. 1989
Society for Social Choice and Welfare / Caen, France / Est. 1992
Association of Christian Institutes for Social Concern in Asia / Bangalore, India / Est. 1970
European Federation of Social Employers / Est. 2007
Asian Association of Social Psychology / Perth WA, Australia / Est. 1995
European Society of Social Psychiatry
Inter-American Cooperative Institute / Panama, Panama / Est. 1963
AccountAbility / New York NY, USA / Est. 1995
Pontifical Council for Social Communications / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1948
European Network for Social Action / Est. 2007
Arab Economic and Social Council / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1950
Council of Arab Ministers for Social and Economic Affairs / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1980
Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK / London, UK / Est. 1946
Latin American and Caribbean Institute for Economic and Social Planning / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1962
International Centre for Research on Delinquency, Marginality and Social Relationships / San Sebastian, Spain / Est. 1993
Confederación Latinoamericana de Pobladores en la Marginación Social
Center of Arab Women for Training and Research, Tunis / Tunis, Tunisia / Est. 1993
Staff Union of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia / Beirut, Lebanon / Est. 1975
Inter-University European Institute on Social Welfare / Marcinelle, Belgium / Est. 1970
Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1994
International Islamic Forum for Dialogue / Est. 1994
European and International Research Group on Crime, Social Philosophy and Ethics
European Committee of the Regions / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Universidad CLAEH / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1957
Women of Europe Award / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1987
Lisbon Council for Economic Competitiveness and Social Renewal / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2003
Global Partnership for Social Accountability / Est. 2012
ASEAN Working Group on Social Forestry / Jakarta, Indonesia
Social Accountability Accreditation Services / New York NY, USA / Est. 1997
Programa MERCOSUR Social y Solidario / Santa Fé, Argentina / Est. 2003
Communication for Social Change Consortium / South Orange NJ, USA / Est. 2000
Incontri Internazionali Uomini e Religioni / Rome, Italy
Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia / Causeway Bay, Hong Kong / Est. 2004
European Network for Social and Economic Research / Zoetermeer, Netherlands / Est. 1990
Global Network for Social Threefolding / Manila, Philippines
Resilience Alliance / Wolfville NS, Canada / Est. 1999
European Marches Against Unemployment, Job Insecurity and Social Exclusions / Est. 1997
European Social Action Network / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1991
Third World Foundation for Social and Economic Studies / Croydon, UK / Est. 1978
World Order Models Project / Est. 1966
Foro Social Pan-Amazônico
International Architects, Designers, Planners for Social Responsibility / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1987
Social Venture Network Europe / Amstelveen, Netherlands / Est. 1993
Instituto Latinoamericano de Doctrinas y Estudios Sociales / Santiago, Chile / Est. 1965
European Social Forum
People from Here and Elsewhere Federation / Saint-Martin-de-Bernegoue, France / Est. 1992
African Social Forum / Dakar, Senegal
Centesimus Annus Pro Pontifice Foundation / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1993
Integrated Spatial Potential Initiative for Renewables in Europe / Didcot, UK

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World Problems relating to Social

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive television viewing
Marginalized young people
Felt community powerlessness
Social phobia
Misrepresentation of self-sufficiency as socially responsible
Disruption of cultural and social identities in host countries by transnational corporations
Self-imposed social isolation due to torture
Short-sighted decisions about intersocial interaction
Decline in local community spirit
Inflexible social care structures
Alienating public housing
Social fragmentation
Vulnerability of social systems
Excessive population mobility
Gender inequality
Aircraft noise
Dependence on breast feeding
Inequality of life expectancy by gender
Negative social effects of automation
Social disaffection of the young
Social environmental degradation from recreation and tourism

Action Strategies relating to Social

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing social security services
Increasing social responsibility of banks
Protecting children's rights
Forming world-wide social change coalitions
Reducing social symptoms of ill health
Ensuring corporate social responsibility
Building social cohesion
Assisting those in poverty
Researching priorities
Studying human dimensions of environmental change
Forming intentional communities
Constructing social morality
Revitalizing societal conscience
Judging social inadequacy
Strengthening social responsibility
Providing conditions for dialogue between different perspectives
Negating ambiguous decision-making
Promoting social change
Creating alternative society
Expanding models of social change
Delaying implementation of social change
Analysing social networks
Changing behaviour with incentives
Anticipating possible development needs
Accepting proposals for social change

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