strategy

Recognizing

Narrower:
Relating to nature
Recognizing people
Recognizing leaders
Recognizing religion
Recognizing problems
Recognizing religions
Expanding world trade
Recognizing standards
Recognizing standards
Recognizing challenges
Recognizing immaturity
Respecting human rights
Recognizing human worth
Recognizing obligations
Recognizing obligations
Recognizing difficulties
Recognizing imperfection
Recognizing opportunities
Improving status of women
Recognizing animal rights
Recognizing imperfections
Recognizing global aspect
Recognizing income skills
Recognizing impossibility
Describing insignificance
Assisting those in poverty
Identifying family options
Acknowledging common mores
Recognizing global society
Promoting developed family
Recognizing legal validity
Recognizing female artists
Recognizing state's rights
Restoring police protection
Recognizing escape patterns
Recognizing kept conscience
Recognizing mutual missions
Strengthening farmer rights
Recognizing intrinsic value
Recognizing health problems
Recognizing community assets
Recognizing created universe
Compiling social innovations
Respecting sexual immaturity
Recognizing needs for growth
Recognizing ecological limits
Recognizing ecological limits
Recognizing essential freedom
Recognizing value of training
Recognizing local initiatives
Accepting community dependency
Recognizing village attraction
Acknowledging community elders
Recognizing moral implications
Recognizing moral implications
Recognizing same-sex marriages
Recognizing moral imperfection
Recognizing communal interests
Maintaining qualified workforce
Recognizing neighbouring states
Appreciating ecosystem services
Recognizing foreign governments
Recognizing university diplomas
Recognizing occupational variety
Recognizing career opportunities
Recognizing international sports
Recognizing important past events
Recognizing motivating self-story
Delineating explicit codification
Recognizing environmental justice
Accepting inevitability of change
Establishing patterns of sexuality
Recognizing indigenous communities
Recognizing relevance of education
Recognizing business opportunities
Identifying obstacles to education
Reducing delay recognizing problems
Identifying obstacles to leadership
Providing international recognition
Delineating social sexual framework
Delineating social sexual framework
Recognizing intergenerational needs
Identifying obstacles to aquaculture
Recognizing availability of services
Recognizing role of practical crafts
Recognizing patient's personal needs
Recognizing accrued status in society
Recognizing human physical difference
Recognizing need for family recreation
Collecting gender-sensitive indicators
Recognizing eco-pioneers in technology
Recognizing important group activities
Recognizing importance of organization
Recognizing benefits from cooperatives
Recognizing imperfect market operation
Recognizing those unqualified to govern
Recognizing key individual achievements
Recognizing future financial commitments
Giving recognition to other social units
Ensuring corporate social responsibility
Applying culture-based knowledge systems
Recognizing uniqueness of family members
Recognizing micro-environments in farming
Recognizing women's role in peacekeeping
Increasing efficiency of financial markets
Recognizing water as an essential resource
Recognizing water as an essential resource
Identifying obstacles to village education
Identifying obstacles to extended families
Addressing incomplete state of the sciences
Legalizing community rights to resource use
Recognizing indigenous environmental rights
Protecting workers in redundancy situations
Protecting workers in redundancy situations
Recognizing socio-economic interdependencies
Acknowledging claims to committed techniques
Recognizing channels of local decision-making
Mobilizing resources from the informal sector
Identifying obstacles to national development
Identifying obstacles to community achievement
Deepening understanding of cultural differences
Identifying obstacles to industrial development
Identifying human obstacles to animal migration
Preventing carbon monoxide poisoning in the home
Improving facilities for workers' representatives
Identifying obstacles to satellite communications
Recognizing ownership of proprietary partnerships
Identifying obstacles to commodity futures trading
Recognizing legal validity of pragmatic experience
Recognizing age criteria in relation to occupation
Preserving traditional rights to natural resources
Recognizing women's role as environmental managers
Recognizing traditional fishery management systems
Identifying general obstacles to problem alleviation
Identifying tax obstacles to international investment
Recognizing gender criteria in relation to occupation
Recognizing status criteria in relation to occupation
Recognizing legal validity of symbolic substantiation
Recognizing social context for meaningful involvement
Recognizing social context for meaningful involvement
Recognizing moral imperfections of elected leadership
Identifying obstacles for international ocean shipping
Accounting for obligations accruing from social status
Establishing cultural expectations of gender functions
Identifying obstacles to efficient utilization of time
Identifying obstacles to unilateral nuclear disarmament
Recognizing symbolic functions accruing from social status
Recognizing future possibilities for meaningful involvement
Recognizing citizen's rights in relation to the environment
Recognizing environmental resource base for economic activity
Identifying obstacles to the utilization of coastal resources
Recognizing information role of intergovernmental institutions
Ensuring equal treatment of workers with family responsibilities
Recognizing right to protection in cases of termination of employment
Identifying obstacles to the development of multidisciplinary approach
Recognizing imperfect synthesis of concepts of sustainable development
Strengthening role of indigenous communities for sustainable development
Recognizing role of intergovernmental organizations in implementing Agenda 21
Recognizing major non-governmental groups as key partners in implementing Agenda 21
Recognizing different situation of developing countries in environment and trade policies
Recognizing role of regional economic and technical organizations in solving environmental issues
Improving coordination and complementarity of UNCED follow-up programmes in the United Nations system
Recognizing need for strong and effective leadership in the United Nations system to implement Agenda 21
Honouring special citizen contribution
Adhering to international law
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Type Classification:
A: Abstract fundamental strategies