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Description

Death is the permanent cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Phenomena which commonly bring about death include aging, predation, malnutrition, disease, suicide, homicide, starvation, dehydration, and accidents or major trauma resulting in terminal injury. In most cases, bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death.

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Organizations relating to Death

Second Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Aiming at the Abolition of the Death Penalty / Est. 1989
INDEPTH Network / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1998
Regional Prevention of Maternal Mortality Network / Accra, Ghana / Est. 1988
Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators / Wanchai, Hong Kong / Est. 1980
International Association of French-speaking Demographers / Paris, France / Est. 1978
European Association for Palliative Care / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1988
Cairo Demographic Centre / Cairo, Egypt / Est. 1963
Convention on the International Right of Correction / Est. 1953
World Coalition Against the Death Penalty / Montreuil, France / Est. 2002
Death Watch International / Harrow, UK
African Forum against the Death Penalty / Lomé, Togo
Our Lady of Montligeon / La-Chapelle-Montligeon, France / Est. 1884
European Bird Census Council / Nijmegen, Netherlands / Est. 1992
Additional Convention Relating to the Liability of the Railway for Death of and Personal Injury / Est. 1966
Convention on the Declaration of Death of Missing Persons, 1967 / Est. 1967
Regulations Regarding Nomenclature with Respect to Diseases and Causes of Death / Est. 1949
Centre de recherche en matière pénale - Fernand Boulan / Aix-en-Provence, France / Est. 1989
Little Company of Mary / London, UK / Est. 1877
International Circle of Penal Abolitionists / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1982
Convention Relating to the Authentication of Certain Deaths / Est. 1966
International Association of Correctional Officers / Lincoln NE, USA / Est. 1977
Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children / London, UK / Est. 2001
Convention Concerning the Abolition of Penal Sanctions for Breaches of Contract of Employment by Indigenous Workers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1955
Latin American Association of Palliative Care / San Nicolas de los Arroyos, Argentina / Est. 2001
Federation of Centers for Migration Studies G B Scalabrini / New York NY, USA / Est. 1964

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World Problems relating to Death

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Infant mortality
Human consumption of animals
Maternal mortality
Irreversible coma
Forest decline
Starvation
Still-birth
Bereaved children
Unequal regional distribution of deaths
Prenatal wrongful death
Ancestor worship
Death of a spouse
Dying intestate
Pedestrian accidents
Planned obsolescence
Death threats
Death by execution
Induced abortion
Sudden unexpected infant death
Natural human abortion
Overwork
Perinatal mortality
Death and disability from inhumane confinement
Violent death of young people
Prison deaths

Action Strategies relating to Death

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Rehabilitating degraded land
Euthanasia
Recording dying languages
Conserving endangered languages
Caring for the chronically ill
Providing hospice care
Determining cause of death
Studying death
Reducing road accident deaths and injuries
Reducing maternal mortality rates
Dying
Denying death
Researching sudden unexpected infant death
Preventing injuries to children
Donating body to science
Burying the dead
Preventing child deaths
Researching infant mortality
Prolonging the dying process
Being victorious over death
Preventing whale beaching
Treating corpses
Sentencing to death
Dying intestate
Dying a bad death

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