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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Victims

Protocol II Additional to the Four 1949 Geneva Conventions Relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-international Armed Conflicts / Est. 1977
Internationales Bildungs- und Begegnungswerk / Dortmund, Germany / Est. 1986
Center for Victims of Torture / St Paul MN, USA / Est. 1985
Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts / Est. 1977
International Dachau Committee / Herentals, Belgium / Est. 1958
Asian Human Rights Commission / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 1984
European Convention on the Compensation of Victims of Violent Crimes / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1983
International Association of Former Soviet Political Prisoners and Victims of the Communist Regime / Brooklyn NY, USA / Est. 1992
International Neuengamme Committee / Hamburg, Germany / Est. 1956
Islamic Medical Association of North America / Lombard IL, USA / Est. 1967
Physicians for Human Rights, USA / New York NY, USA / Est. 1986
African Office for Development and Cooperation / Dakar, Senegal / Est. 1976
World Society of Victimology / Holden Hill, Australia / Est. 1979
Emergency Architects / Amiens, France / Est. 2001
Victimes en série / Est. 2004
International Association of Incest Victims / Paris, France / Est. 2000
European Court of Human Rights / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1959
International Islamic Relief Organization / Jeddah, Saudi Arabia / Est. 1978
International Justice Mission / Washington DC, USA
Peter C Alderman Foundation / Bedford NY, USA
Dominicans for Justice and Peace / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1998
European Federation of Road Traffic Victims / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1991
Appel aide aux enfants victimes de conflits / Paris, France / Est. 1969
United Front for the Victims of Jihad
International Federation of Human Rights Leagues / Paris, France / Est. 1922

View all profiles (65 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Victims

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Neglect of victims of crime
Discrimination against youth
Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Abuse of native peoples
Inadequate assistance to victims of torture
Inadequate assistance to victims of accidents
Defensive life stance
Felt community powerlessness

Action Strategies relating to Victims

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Assisting victimized children
Giving attention to war victims
Assisting victims of crimes
Rehabilitating disabled victims of crimes
Compensating victims
Treating drug addiction
Understanding victimization
Placing burden of proof on the victim
Discrediting victimology
Imitating Christ
Providing aid to natural disaster victims
Providing aid to man-made disaster victims
Providing inadequate assistance to victims of human rights violations
Reducing creative self-victimization
Compensating victims of terrorism
Using victimology
Placing burden of proof on victims of environment pollution
Reducing stigmatization of the handicapped
Treating torture victims
Rehabilitating victims of miscarriage of justice
Reducing victimization of workers' representatives
Improving assistance to victims of human rights violations
Protecting victimized workers' representatives

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