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Isolation is the near or complete lack of social contact by an individual.

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Organizations relating to Isolation

Mission Encouragement Trust / Worthing, UK / Est. 1992
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Isolation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Social exclusion
Local traditions of cultural isolation
Social disaffection of the young
Personal isolation in modern communities
Restricted delivery of essential services to rural communities
Social isolation as torture
Inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Social isolation
Self-imposed social isolation due to torture

Action Strategies relating to Isolation

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Exploding isolated occupational mindsets
Focusing on isolated problems
Assessing environmental training needs of people in geographically, socially or culturally isolated situations
Breaking down national isolation
Breaking down political isolation
Breaking down local traditions of cultural isolation
Increasing cross-island access
Isolating economically
Breaking down cultural isolation
Relaxing preoccupation with isolated problems
Combatting isolation
Breaking down economic isolation
Conducting isolation campaigns
Breaking down isolation
Coping with inadequate transport systems for isolated islands
Improving island transport services
Creating community youth participation
Breaking down social isolation of the elderly

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