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Organizations relating to Sanctions

Additional Protocol Relative to Non-intervention / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1936
International Convention Relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Oil Pollution Casualties / London, UK / Est. 1969
Centro Regionale d\'Intervento per la Cooperazione / Reggio Calabria, Italy / Est. 1983
Convention Concerning the Abolition of Penal Sanctions for Breaches of Contract of Employment by Indigenous Workers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1955
Protocol Relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Marine Pollution by Substances other Than Oil / London, UK / Est. 1973
IEPA Early Intervention in Mental Health / Parkville, Australia / Est. 1996
Society for Gastrointestinal Intervention / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 2007
Protocol of 1973 to the International Convention Relating to Intervention of the High Seas in Cases of Oil Pollution Casualties / London, UK / Est. 1973
Intervention Group of European Firemen / Villeurbanne, France / Est. 1999
Convention Concerning Penal Sanctions for Breaches of Contracts of Employment by Indigenous Workers / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1939
Association Internationale pour la Formation, la Recherche et l\'Intervention Sociale / Besançon, France / Est. 2008
Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Society / London ON, Canada / Est. 2004
Animal Assisted Intervention International / Groesbeek, Netherlands / Est. 2013

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World Problems relating to Sanctions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive government intervention in the private sector
Disappearance of common land
Government expropriation of private property
Vulnerability of small nations to foreign intervention
Boycott
Unsolicited foreign humanitarian intervention
Expropriation of land from indigenous populations
Foreign government intervention
Man-made diseases
Intervention of priests between a person and god
Economic sanctions against governments
Token humanitarian intervention
Embargo on medicines
Politicization of international sports events
Excessive government control
Expropriation
Monopoly of competence for intervention in the future
Misuse of non-interference principle
Disregard for internationally imposed economic sanctions
Irrational conscientious refusal of medical intervention
Political intervention by transnational corporations

Action Strategies relating to Sanctions

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Boycotting
Applying economic boycott
Reducing population growth
Refusing medical intervention
Changing behaviour with incentives
Using non-interference principle
Sanctioning
Sidestepping sanctions
Providing emergency humanitarian aid
Using multilateral sanctions
Circumventing international sanctions
Enforcing sanctions through secondary boycotts
Imposing economic sanctions
Carrying out intervention studies for communicable disease control
Tightening sanctions
Non-intervention
Nationalizing collective enterprises
Relaxing sanctions
Limiting competence for intervention in the future
Strengthening competence for intervention in the future
Strategic intervention by government in technology capacity-building
Using unilateral sanctions
Acknowledging internationally imposed economic sanctions
Demanding punitive structures
Using respectful intervention

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