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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Military Forces

Nonviolent Peaceforce / Ferney-Voltaire, France
International Jumping Riders Club / Lugano, Switzerland / Est. 1977
Transatlantic Children\'s Enterprise / Enfield, UK / Est. 1985
United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo / Kinshasa, Congo DR / Est. 2000
NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force Command / Geilenkirchen, Germany / Est. 1980
Acte de Clôture des Négociations sur les Effectifs des Forces Armées Conventionnelles en Europe / Est. 1992
Conference of Central American Armed Forces / San Salvador, El Salvador / Est. 1997
United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon / Tyre, Lebanon / Est. 1978
Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 2000
Internationaal Keurkorps van Vrekken
United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti / New York NY, USA / Est. 2004
Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe / Shape, Belgium / Est. 1951
System of Cooperation among the American Air Forces / Tucson AZ, USA / Est. 1961
Eurocorps / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1992
United Nations Disengagement Observer Force / New York NY, USA / Est. 1974
Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe / Est. 1990
Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field, 1949 / Est. 1949
Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea / Est. 1949
United States European Command / Stuttgart, Germany
European Paratroopers Association / Est. 2001
NATO Parliamentary Assembly / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1955
European Union Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina / Est. 2004
Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armies in the Field, 1929 / Est. 1929
KFOR / Pristina, Kosovo / Est. 1999
International Convention Respecting Bombardments by Naval Forces in Time of War / Est. 1907

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World Problems relating to Military Forces

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Militarization of children
Children engendered by occupying soldiers
Military atrocities
Psychotic violence
Military expeditions against friendly powers
Inadequate army discipline
Secret armies
Friendly fire
Inadequate protection of civilians in armed conflict
Shortage of military manpower
Rape by military personnel
Anti-democratic forces
Techno-mercenaries
Unlawful recruiting for and enlistment in foreign armed forces
Aiding deserters
Denial of rights to wounded military personnel
Defensive life stance
Resistance to change
Unethical practices of priesthood
Inappropriate uncontrolled markets
Pollution during military occupation
Attacks on peace forces
Renegades
Unfair social representation in military forces
Lack of fighting forces

Action Strategies relating to Military Forces

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Opposing environmentally destructive forces
Developing armed forces
Balancing conventional armed forces
Providing food aid to military forces
Preparing military forces
Using market forces to improve global environment
Organizing community task forces
Using foreign military intervention
Protecting from the devil
Vanquishing evil forces
Re-directing productive forces
Providing mercenary troops
Establishing enforcing power
Mobilizing disciplined research forces
Soldier/warrior
Forces
Recontextualizing managerial forces
Establishing independent UN standby military force
Maintaining secret armies
Questioning control by economic forces
Providing sufficient army discipline
Requiring assistance in labour organization
Mobilizing tactical forces
Deploying troops
Organizing public maintenance forces

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