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Organizations relating to Arms

Food not Bombs / Santa Cruz CA, USA / Est. 1980
International Practical Shooting Confederation / Oakville ON, Canada / Est. 1976
European Wushu Kungfu Federation / Yateley, UK / Est. 1985
International Defensive Pistol Association / Berryville AR, USA
African Nuclear-weapon-free-zone Treaty / Est. 1996
Canadian Disarmament Information Service / Toronto ON, Canada
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty / Est. 1991
United Nations Disarmament Commission / New York NY, USA / Est. 1978
World EOD Foundation / Watford, UK
International Field Archery Association / Sörth, Germany / Est. 1969
International Boxing Association / Lausanne, Switzerland / 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 Seido Karate Organization / New York NY, USA
WKF Australia and Oceania / Mandurah, Australia
International Judo Federation / Paris, France / Est. 1951
World Karate Organization / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1990
International Sumo Federation / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1992
Oceanian Belt Wrestling Confederation
International Taekwondo Academy / Yongin, Korea Rep
International Association of Gay and Lesbian Martial Artists / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 1990
Oceania Sumo Union / New York NY, Australia / Est. 1994
South American Wrestling Confederation / Santiago, Chile
Arab Shooting Confederation / Dasma, Kuwait
Geneva Forum / Geneva, Switzerland
Asian Associated Wrestling Committee / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1973

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World Problems relating to Arms

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inhumane and indiscriminate weapons
Proliferation of nuclear weapons and technology
Imbalance in strategic arms
Biological warfare
Chemical warfare
Proliferation of strategic nuclear weapons
Hazardous remnants of war
Nerve gases
Spent radioactive artillery shells
Genetic weapons
Competitive acquisition of arms
Environmental consequences of war
Nuclear arms race
Psychotic violence
Denial of human rights in armed conflicts
Radiological warfare
Unethical practices of national defence industries
Restriction of arms supply
Accidents to nuclear weapons systems
Private international arms dealers
Insecurity and vulnerability of nuclear weapon states
Incendiary weapons of massive destructiveness
Insecurity and vulnerability of non-nuclear weapon states
Space weapons arms race
Internal armed conflicts

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
Using nuclear weapons
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

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