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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Arms

Society Against Guns in Europe
Nordisk Judo Union
Food not Bombs / Est. 1980
World Information Clearing Centre - Peace, Arms Race, Disarmament and Other Global Problems / Est. 1986
Union européenne des méthodes traditionnelles vietnamiennes - Qwan Ki Do-Quan Khi Dao, Tam The, Co Vo Dao et disciplines affinitaires / Est. 1995
International Practical Shooting Confederation / Est. 1976
European Wushu Kungfu Federation / Est. 1985
International Defensive Pistol Association
African Nuclear-weapon-free-zone Treaty / Est. 1996
Disarmament Campaigns
Canadian Disarmament Information Service
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty / Est. 1991
International Budo Federation
United Nations Disarmament Commission / Est. 1978
International Budo University / Est. 1984
World EOD Foundation
International Field Archery Association / Est. 1969
International Boxing Association / Est. 1946
Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May be Deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects, with Annexed Protocols / Est. 1980
World Disarmament Campaign / Est. 1979
World Seido Karate Organization
International Organization for World Peace, Disarmament, Development and Human Rights / Est. 1989
WKF Australia and Oceania
World Professional Armwrestling Association
Danish Commission on Security and Disarmament / Est. 1980

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World Problems relating to Arms

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

War
Bioterrorism
Nuclear terrorism
Hazardous remnants of war
Competitive development of new weapons
Restrictions imposed on foreign aid
Environmental warfare
Rape by military personnel
Socio-economic burden of militarization
Illegal international arms shipments
Proliferation of strategic nuclear weapons
Proliferation of weapons in civilian hands
Environmental consequences of war
Inadequate protection of civilians in armed conflict
Offensive microwave weapons
Suicide terrorists
Inadequate control of weapons of mass destruction
Trade in products for chemical warfare
Chemical warfare
Biological warfare
Government dependence on arms manufacture
Government complicity in illegal activities
Imbalance in strategic arms
Proliferation of nuclear weapons and technology
Environmental degradation through military activity during peace-time

Action Strategies relating to Arms

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using water as a weapon
Clearing land mines
Negotiating multilateral arms limitation
Passive resistance
Negotiating convention for the elimination of nuclear weapons
Eliminating chemical weapons
Improving military technology
Controlling availability of arms
Reinvesting military capacity in civil goals
Eliminating weapons of mass destruction
Campaigning for nuclear disarmament
Curbing flow of small arms
Strengthening safeguards on movement of nuclear-weapons grade materials
Opposing arms race
Developing mobilization plan in event of warfare
Fearing armed attack
Protecting the environment during warfare
Protecting children from armed conflict
Informing about disarmament
Restricting use of land mines
Prohibiting nuclear weapons
Ensuring effective firearms control
Eliminating all weapons
Establishing nuclear-free zone
Providing inadequate control of weapons of mass destruction

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