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Resistance

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Resistance

Eurosafe / Est. 1988
European Civil Servants' International Association of Ex-Resistance Workers, Deportees and Internees / Est. 1981
Resistance International / Est. 1983
FAO World Acaricide Resistance Reference Centre
Democracy International Committee to Aid Democratic Dissidents in Yugoslavia / Est. 1980
International Movement of Conscientious War Resisters in Israel / Est. 1945
International Federation of Resistance Movements / Est. 1951
Regional Study Centre for Resistance and Adaptation to Drought / Est. 1989
War Resisters' International / Est. 1921
European Nuclear Disarmament / Est. 1980
German Peace Society - United War Resisters / Est. 1892
International Resistance of Women Against War / Est. 1980
Conférence internationale sur l'histoire de la résistance européenne
International Resistance Against all forms of Totalitarianism
Interest Community of Resisters in Countries Occupied by Fascists
War Resisters League / Est. 1923
Baltic Network for Infection Control and Containment of Antibiotic Resistance / Est. 2004
Maison des citoyens du monde / Est. 1996
Peoples' Global Action Against Free Trade and the WTO / Est. 1998
Democracy International / Est. 1979
Autonomen / Est. 1969
European Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Network / Est. 1998
Free International Federation of Deportees and Resistance Internees / Est. 1951
International Organization of Political Dissidents in Communist Countries / Est. 1982
International Union of Resistance and Deportee Movements / Est. 1953

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World Problems relating to Resistance

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Dissent
Non-insulin dependent diabetes
Old Believers
Passive resistance
Civil disobedience
Civil disorders
Overuse of chemicals to control pests
Disobedience of the will of God
Inadequate models of socio-economic development
Failure to apply polluter pays principle
Citizen disobedience
Covert intelligence agency operations
Limitations of allopathy
Inadequate legal counsel for political dissidents
Obstacles to redeployment of military resources for peaceful applications
Vector resistance to disease
Bureaucratic resistance to self-review
Pathological lying
Hindering proceedings by disorderly conduct
Resistance to evangelization
Reluctance to impose pollution taxes
Reluctant claims on external resources

Action Strategies relating to Resistance

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Passive resistance
Resisting changing agricultural methods
Challenging globalization
Undermining political opposition to administrative action
Providing opposition to administrative action
Undertaking civilian protest
Opposing existing social order
Resisting animal testing
Developing resistance
Using the internet for civil disobedience
Countering exploitation of women's image
Rejecting scientific explanations
Developing pesticide and herbicide tolerant crops
Resisting the marketing of amoral issues by media
Resisting tyrannical dictatorship
Resisting police intervention in meetings
Resisting charitable giving
Resisting political intervention in international athletic exchanges
Resisting government
Resisting religious broadcasting
Resisting political dictatorship
Resisting foreign intervention through tourism
Providing legal counsel for political dissidents
Resisting foreign government intervention
Resisting displacement of national decision-making to super-power countries

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