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Conflict

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Description

Conflict may refer to:

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Conflict

Algemene Nederlandse Vredesactie / Est. 1946
Mechanism for Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution / Est. 1993
Centre for Conflict Management, Almaty
Centre for Defence and International Security Studies / Est. 1990
Aanmoedigingsfonds voor Realiseerbare Initiativen tot Conflicthantering Uitgaande van de Bevolking in het Afrika van de Grote Meren
Centre for Peace Studies, Hamilton / Est. 1989
Young Leadership Forum / Est. 1989
Conflict Research Consortium / Est. 1988
Institute for Peace Research
Africa Humanitarian Action / Est. 1994
Danish Center for Conflict Resolution / Est. 1994
German Working Group on Historical Peace Research / Est. 1984
NATO-led Stabilization Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Est. 1996
Peaceworkers USA / Est. 1948
Centre for Peace and Development Studies, Limerick / Est. 1994
Nonviolent Peaceforce
International Centre for Ethnic Studies / Est. 1982
Protocol Concerning the Adhesion of States Not Represented at the Third Conference on Private International Law to the Convention of June 12 1902, Relating to the Settlement of the Conflicts of Laws and Jurisdictions as Regards Divorce and Separation / Est. 1923
Global Peace Service
Karuna Center for Peacebuilding / Est. 1994
Toledo International Centre for Peace
Inter-American Peace Committee / Est. 1940
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation / Est. 1983
International Olympic Truce Foundation / Est. 2000
Kinshasa Peace Research Institute / Est. 1987

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World Problems relating to Conflict

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

War
Acute myocardial infarction
Maladjustment
Intrusion
Erosion of collective consensus
Misuse of electronic surveillance by governments
Low-intensity conflict
International non-military conflict
Combat trauma
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Panic disorder
Economic unrest
Aggressive foreign policy
Sectarian conflict
Antichrist
Unethical practices of priesthood
Fainting
Political conflict
Infringement of privacy
Enmity
Civil war
Class conflict
Uncontrolled dogs
Economic conflict
Verbal abuse

Action Strategies relating to Conflict

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recognizing role of women in peacekeeping
Engaging in psychic warfare
Demonizing the enemy
Fighting misinformation in science
Controlling drug abuse
Preventing terrorism
Advancing conflict prevention
Placating opponents
Fighting war against drugs
Suicide bombing
Protecting human rights
Developing mobilization plan in event of warfare
Protecting the environment during warfare
Providing raw materials for social myths
Freedom fighter
Settling regional tensions
Preventing crime
Managing violent conflict
Protecting civil rights
Challenging people to fight
Shattering conflict myths
Fighting public misinformation
Eliminating discrimination
Arbitrating
Countering exploitation of women's image

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