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Description

Post or POST commonly refers to:

  • Mail, the postal system, especially in Commonwealth of Nations countries
    • An Post, the Irish national postal service
    • Canada Post, Canadian postal service
    • Deutsche Post, German postal service
    • Iraqi Post, Iraqi postal service
    • Russian Post, Russian postal service
    • Hotel post, a service formerly offered by remote Swiss hotels for the carriage of mail to the nearest official post office
    • United States Postal Service or USPS
    • Parcel post, a postal service for mail that is heavier than ordinary letters
  • Post, a job or occupation

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Organizations relating to Post

Universal Postal Union / Bern, Switzerland / Est. 1874
Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1911
Nordic Postal Union / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1869
Conferencia Latino Americana de Compañias Express / Miami FL, USA / Est. 1991
Caribbean Postal Union / Castries, St Lucia / Est. 1997
Baltic Postal Union / Vilnius, Lithuania / Est. 1994
Arab Permanent Postal Commission / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1952
Pan African Postal Union / Arusha, Tanzania UR / Est. 1980
Southern Africa Postal Operators Association / Est. 2001
Conference of Posts and Telecommunications of Central Africa / Yaoundé, Cameroon / Est. 1975
West African Postal Conference / Abuja, Nigeria / Est. 2012
East Africa Regulatory Postal and Telecommunications Organization / Nairobi, Kenya
Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations of the States of West Africa / Est. 1971
World Union Saint Gabriel / Teplicka nad Vahom, Slovakia / Est. 1953
Global Express Association / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1983
Action for Post-Soviet Jewry / Waltham MA, USA / Est. 1975
Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies / Stevens-Point WI, USA / Est. 1985
International Center for Letter of Credit Arbitration / Montgomery Village MD, USA / Est. 1996
Multinational Advanced Postal Training School, Abidjan / Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire / Est. 1970
International Sporting Union of the PTT / Est. 1955
Balkan Postal Union
Nordiska Postmannaunionen / Est. 1950
Express Association of the Middle East / Amman, Jordan
Organization for Cooperation of Socialist Countries in the Domain of Tele- and Postal Communications / Est. 1957
European Postal Financial Services Commission / Est. 1992
African Posts and Telecommunications Union / Est. 1961
African Postal and Telecommunications Union / Est. 1935
International Association Kosmopolit / Est. 1908
Multi-Country Posts and Telecommunications Training Centre, Blantyre / Blantyre, Malawi / Est. 1972
East African Posts and Telecommunications Administration / Est. 1951
African Postal Union / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1961
Postal Union of EurAsia / Est. 2001
Postal Operations Council / Bern, Switzerland / Est. 1994
Forum of Postal Savings Banks / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1996
European Committee for Postal Regulation / Madrid, Spain
European Mail Industry Platform
European Centre for Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monuments / Thessaloniki, Greece / Est. 1997
International Postcard Exchange / Lauderhill FL, USA
International Federation of Postcard Dealers / Alamo TX, USA / Est. 1979
Student Letter Exchange / Lynbrook NY, USA / Est. 1936
Commonwealth Conference of Postal Administrations / Wellington, New Zealand
Money Orders and Postal Travellers Cheques Agreement, 1979 / Est. 1979
Postal Agreement / Est. 1911
Universal Postal Convention, 1920 / Est. 1920
Agreement Concerning Transfers to and from Postal Cheque Accounts, 1957 / Est. 1957
Convention Regarding Booklets of Travellers' Postal Vouchers in the Relations between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden / Est. 1937
Agreement Concerning Postal Money Orders and Postal Travellers' Cheques, 1969 / Est. 1969
Postal Parcels Agreement / Est. 1979
Universal Postal Convention, 1929 / Est. 1929
Universal Postal Convention, 1957 / Est. 1957

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World Problems relating to Post

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Misuse of postal surveillance by governments
Inappropriate use of the mail service
Hate mail
Mail fraud

Action Strategies relating to Post

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recycling materials
Recycling plastics
Using recycled materials
Developing mail art
Networking by electronic messaging
Adapting to realities of post-Cold War era
Preparing for post-industrial society
Accelerating international postage systems
Providing sufficient postal agents
Letter writer
Improving postal relations
Listening post for problems
Delaying the post
Reducing postal delays
Providing post-riot assistance
Developing post literacy activities
Establishing home postal exchange
Improving postal management
Studying postage stamps
Improving literacy for women
Publicizing postal networks
Furthering postal cooperation
Making transition to a post-capitalist social order
Coordinating local postal exchange
Increasing the number of women in senior management posts in the United Nations system

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