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Description

Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. It is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an "acquaintance" or an "association", such as a classmate, neighbor, coworker, or colleague.

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Organizations relating to Friendship

World Federation of Friends of Museums / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1975
European Conference of Binational/Bicultural Relationships / Frankfurt-Main, Germany
Fédération francophone des amis de l'orgue / Aulnay-sous-Bois, France / Est. 1983
Twin Cities International Association / Est. 1991
International Association for Relationship Research / Minneapolis MN, USA / Est. 2004
International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection / Storrs CT, USA / Est. 2006
Active - Sobriety, Friendship and Peace / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1990
Asociación Latinoamericana de Relaciones Públicas / Est. 1998
World Peace Bell Association / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1982
Association des amis du parc archéologique européen de Bliesbruck-Reinheim / Bliesbruck, France
Amici Thomae Mori / Bouzigues, France / Est. 1962
Friends of the Countryside / Brussels, Belgium
Association of Nordic War and UN Military Veterans / Est. 1974
International Inner Wheel / Altrincham, UK / Est. 1934
Alliance Internationale - Association des anciens et amis de la Cité internationale universitaire de Paris / Paris, France / Est. 1948
Christian Friends of Israel / Jerusalem, Israel
Union internationale des alsaciens / Colmar, France / Est. 1981
European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation - Twinned Cities and Areas in the Mediterranean / Athens, Greece / Est. 1986
International Society of Friendship and Good Will / Durham NC, USA / Est. 1978
Unis pour l'Equite et la Fin du Racisme / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1952
Kiwanis International / Indianapolis IN, USA / Est. 1915
Friends of the Earth International / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1971
International Pen Friends / Tampere, Finland / Est. 1967
International World Travellers Club / Ben Arous, Tunisia / Est. 1982
Friends of Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1999
International Relief Friendship Foundation / Red Hook NY, USA / Est. 1976
Consejo Cultural Mundial / Bulle, Switzerland / Est. 1981
Association francophone d'amitié et de liaison / Boulogne-Billancourt, France / Est. 1974
World Bonsai Friendship Federation / New Hope PA, USA / Est. 1989
INTERVac - International Home Exchange Holiday Service / Paris, France / Est. 1953
Universal Great Brotherhood / Caracas, Venezuela / Est. 1948
International Friendship League / Ross-on-Wye, UK / Est. 1926
ARA International / Québec QC, Canada / Est. 1982
Associated Humans / Paris, France / Est. 1984
Catholic Fraternity of Charismatic Covenant Communities and Fellowships / Rome, Italy / Est. 1990
Horizons of Friendship / Cobourg ON, Canada / Est. 1973
Amitiés catholiques françaises dans le mondes / Paris, France
Friends International Ministries / Ware, UK / Est. 1985
Best Buddies International / Miami FL, USA / Est. 1989
Life-Link Friendship-Schools / Uppsala, Sweden / Est. 1987
British Caribbean Association / London, UK / Est. 1958
Friends of the United Nations / Santa Monica CA, USA / Est. 1986
Bridges for Peace / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1976
PeopleLink / Petaluma CA, USA / Est. 1991
South Asian Fraternity / Delhi, India
International Friendship Development Organization / Ta Khmau, Cambodia
Les Amis d'un coin de l'Inde et du monde / Croizet-sur-Gand, France / Est. 1968
China Association for International Friendly Contact / Beijing, China / Est. 1984
Friendship Force International / Atlanta GA, USA / Est. 1977
International Ecumenical Fraternity / Lyon, France / Est. 2000

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World Problems relating to Friendship

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Prostitution
Loneliness
Misuse of spiritual authority for sexual purposes
Generation communication gap
Divisive international NGO postures on consultative relationships
Decline of human relationship to nature
Underdeveloped community leadership
Unsystematic use of powerful relationships by rural communities
Friendly fire
Interpersonal estrangement
Loss of civility
Unmeaningful relationships to place
Forced social intimacy
Attenuation of group relationships
Limited spheres of relationship
Detention of family of testifiers

Action Strategies relating to Friendship

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Relating to nature
Using companion planting
Pursuing human rights
Expanding databases on production and consumption patterns
Assessing relationships between production-consumption and sustainable development
Holding community meetings
Improving research on links among global cycles
Developing electronic interfaces
Twinning housing blocks
Strengthening relationships
Enhancing relationships
Building right human relations
Being penpals
Establishing friendly relations among neighbouring cities
Using transparent, user-friendly risk assessment methodology for setting sustainable development priorities
Changing spiritual attitudes towards relationships
Developing eco-tourism business strategies for biodiversity conservation
Searching for intimacy with God
Supporting user-friendly technology to improve multidisciplinary research and public awareness on the environment
Empowering renounceable relationship contracts
Forming relationships with sacred animals
Rehearsing wider corporate identity
Promoting international friendship
Establishing relationships among global projects
Recovering intentional global relatedness

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