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Organizations relating to Inspection, Tests

African Organization of Cartography and Remote Sensing / Tripoli, Libya / Est. 1988
Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia / Pathum Thani, Thailand / Est. 2001
Nordic Committee for Public Inspection of Flammable and Explosive Goods / Tønsberg, Norway / Est. 1979
International Society of Environmental Indicators / Haifa, Israel
International Language Testing Association / Atlanta GA, USA / Est. 1992
Aquapol / Est. 2002
Committee on Earth Observation Satellites / Est. 1984
International Software Testing Qualifications Board / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2002
Biodiversity Indicators Partnership / Cambridge, UK / Est. 2004
Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program / Akureyri, Iceland
International Institute of Monitoring Democracy Development, Parliamentarianism and Suffrage Protection for the Citizens of the IPA CIS Member Nations / St Petersburg, Russia / Est. 2006
Europt(r)ode / Madrid, Spain / Est. 1991
Baltic Air Surveillance Network / Kaunas, Lithuania / Est. 1996
Ibero-American and Inter-American Network of Science and Technology Indicators / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1995
Bancs d'essai internationaux / Arnhem, Netherlands / Est. 1990
Global Terrestrial Observing System / Est. 1996
Inter-American Accreditation Cooperation / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1996
International Commission on Bioindicators / Kuopio, Finland / Est. 1988
International Dolphin Watch / North Ferriby, UK / Est. 1978
ECHELON Network / Est. 1971
European Foresight Monitoring Network / Vienna, Austria / Est. 2004
Tuberculosis Surveillance Research Unit / The Hague, Netherlands
Asia Network Forum / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2000
Observatoire international de la laïcité / Paris, France
Asian Software Testing Alliance / Shah Alam, Malaysia / Est. 2007
Cooperative Programme for Monitoring and Evaluation of the Long-range Transmission of Air Pollutants in Europe / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1979
International Organic Inspectors Association / Broadus MT, USA / Est. 1991
Social Watch / Montevideo, Uruguay
Network of Reference Laboratories for Monitoring of Emerging Environmental Pollutants / Verneuil-en-Halatte, France / Est. 2005
Global Network of Domestic Election Monitors / Est. 1986
East African Integrated Disease Surveillance Network / Arusha, Tanzania UR / Est. 2000
Right to Food and Nutrition Watch Consortium / Heidelberg, Germany / Est. 2013
Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada / Vancouver BC, Canada / Est. 2000
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment / Boulder CO, USA
Observatoire international pour la non violence / Marseille, France / Est. 1995
Observatoire des armements / CDRPC / Lyon, France / Est. 1984
Famine Early Warning System Network / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1985
Global Health Watch / Cape Town, South Africa / Est. 2005
Global Forest Watch / Washington DC, USA
Observatoire français de la coopération internationale / Paris, France / Est. 1994
EarthCare Africa / Nairobi, Kenya
NCSL International / Boulder CO, USA / Est. 1961
Millennium Development Goals Global Watch
Network for European Monitoring and Development Assistance / Weiswampach, Luxembourg / Est. 1989
World Federation of Non-Destructive Evaluation Centers / Ames IA, USA / Est. 1998
AID/WATCH / Erskineville NSW, Australia / Est. 1992
International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group / Toronto ON, Canada / Est. 2002
Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening / St Charles IL, USA / Est. 2010
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center / Bergen, Norway / Est. 1986

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World Problems relating to Inspection, Tests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Genetic discrimination
Misuse of electronic surveillance by governments
Abusive workplace surveillance
Errors in medical testing
Inequality induced by remote sensing systems
Excessive regulation of television
Invasion of airspace by foreign aircraft
Misuse of postal surveillance by governments
Inconclusiveness of scientific and medical tests
Nuclear weapons testing
Decline in educational standards
Inadequate testing of foodstuffs
Misuse of video surveillance
Inadequate testing of drugs
Environmental degradation through military activity during peace-time
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Colon-rectal cancer
Misuse of government surveillance of communications
Covert intelligence agency operations
Inadequacy and insensitivity of intelligence testing
Abusive collection of specimens
Espionage in domestic politics
Telephone bugging

Action Strategies relating to Inspection, Tests

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Monitoring pollution hazards of industrial research
Monitoring tropical forests
Reducing pollution hazards of industrial research
Monitoring effects of air pollution on human health
Monitoring urban-industrial air pollution
Undertaking environmental monitoring and assessments
Monitoring civil rights
Monitoring implementation of international environmental agreements
Developing software
Increasing cervical smear testing
Compiling directory of endangered species
Maintaining database on plants
Monitoring livestock productivity
Developing new packaging
Probing veracity
Testing couple compatibility before marriage
Providing checks on societal decision-making
Ensuring economical usage of natural resources by industry
Strengthening cradle-to-grave environmental impact assessment of hazardous waste
Studying global change
Observing Earth's atmosphere
Monitoring agricultural change
Monitoring food security
Remote sensing by satellite

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