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Organizations relating to Disposal of Bodies

International Cremation Federation / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1937
Association for Cemetery and Crematoria in the Nordic Countries / Stockholm, Sweden / Est. 1997
Association of Significant Cemeteries in Europe / Maribor, Slovenia / Est. 2001
Commonwealth War Graves Commission / Maidenhead, UK / Est. 1917
Europäische Bestatter-Union / Est. 1964
International and Universal Federation of Cremation Societies / Est. 1910
Association européenne de thanatologie / Est. 1966
British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia / London, UK / Est. 1976
Preferred Funeral Directors International / Indian Rocks Beach FL, USA / Est. 1937
International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association / Sterling VA, USA / Est. 1887
Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association / Preston VIC, Australia
International Agreement Concerning the Conveyance of Corpses / Est. 1937
Agreement in Regard to War Graves / Est. 1935
Agreement Regarding British War Cemeteries in Iraq / Est. 1935
Agreement Regarding British War Memorial Cemeteries and Graves in Egypt / Est. 1937
Agreement Concerning British Military Cemeteries / Est. 1917
Europese Crematoriumvereniging / Roeselare, Belgium
European Centre of Teaching of Thanatopractic
Nordisk Samarbejdsråd inden for Kirkegårds- og Krematoriespörsmål
Associated Funeral Directors International / Largo FL, USA / Est. 1939
International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories / Bridgewater Township NJ, / Est. 1971
Agreement on the Transfer of Corpses / Strasbourg, / Est. 1973
Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe / Harrow,
International Federation of Thanatologists Associations / Lelystad, / Est. 1970

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World Problems relating to Disposal of Bodies

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Violation of sacred sites
Desecration of cemeteries
Inadequate disposal of hospital waste
Failure to repatriate human remains
Isolated mass cemeteries

Action Strategies relating to Disposal of Bodies

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reburying human bodies
Marking graves
Promoting awareness of hygienic, ethical, aesthetic value of cremation
Managing cemeteries
Desecrating ancient burial sites
Disposing of corpses
Embalming corpses
Robbing graves
Simplifying burial
Recycling graves
Focusing on corpses
Beautifying cemeteries
Protecting graveyards from vandalism
Protecting ancient burial sites

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