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Peacekeeping comprises activities, especially military ones, intended to create conditions that favor lasting peace. Research generally finds that peacekeeping reduces civilian and battlefield deaths, as well as reduces the risk of renewed warfare.

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Organizations relating to Peacekeeping

New Partnership for Africa's Development / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 2001
Aix Group / Aix-en-Provence, France / Est. 2002
International Olympic Truce Foundation / Lausanne, Switzerland / Est. 2000
ZaMir Transnational Net / Est. 1992
International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy / Bétête, France / Est. 1990
Network for African Peace-Builders / Lusaka, Zambia
United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo / Kinshasa, Congo DR / Est. 2000
Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty / Rome, Italy / Est. 1988
International Association for Conflict Management / Myrtle Beach SC, USA / Est. 1984
KFOR / Pristina, Kosovo / Est. 1999
United Nations Peace-keeping Force in Cyprus / Nicosia, Cyprus / Est. 1964
Nonviolence International / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1989
Quartet Group / Est. 2002
Southern African Conflict Prevention Network / Lusaka, Zambia
United Nations Peacebuilding Fund / New York NY, USA / Est. 2006
EUROMARFOR / Est. 1995
The Elders Foundation / London, UK / Est. 2007
Karuna Center for Peacebuilding / Amherst MA, USA / Est. 1994
Centro Internacional de Toledo para la Paz / Toledo, Spain / Est. 2004
Spark M Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution / Honolulu HI, USA / Est. 1986
Institutionen för Freds-och Konfliktforskning vid Uppsala Universitet / Uppsala, Sweden / Est. 1971
Research Institute on the Non-Violent Resolution of Conflicts / Montreuil, France / Est. 1984
Centre for Peace, Non-Violence and Human Rights, Osijek / Osijek, Croatia / Est. 1992
Center for Justice and Peacebuilding / Harrisonburg VA, USA
Center for International Development and Conflict Management / College Park MD, USA / Est. 1981
Fund for Nonviolence / Santa Cruz CA, USA / Est. 1997
Foundation for the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World / Est. 2001
Sarvodaya International Trust / Bangalore, India / Est. 1995
Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1994
Irish Peace Institute / Limerick, Ireland / Est. 1984
Peacebuilders International / Central Coast NSW, Australia / Est. 2002
Centre for Peacebuilding and Conflict Management, Oslo / Ås, Norway
Reach Alternatives / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1999
Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1995
Mouvement pour une alternative non-violente / Montreuil, France / Est. 1974
International Tibet Independence Movement / Fishers IN, USA / Est. 1995
Society for Austro-Arab Relations / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1982
International Nonviolent Initiatives / Waltham MA, USA / Est. 1975
Center for International Conflict Resolution / New York NY, USA / Est. 1997
Galizan Institute for International Security and Peace Studies / La Coruña, Spain / Est. 2005
Alliance for Peacebuilding / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1999
International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution / New York NY, USA / Est. 1979
Centre for Anti-War Action, Belgrade / Belgrade, Serbia / Est. 1991
New Call to Peacemaking / Akron PA, USA / Est. 1975
Institute for Peace Work and Nonviolent Settlement of Conflict / Wahlenau, Germany / Est. 1992
Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness The Dalai Lama / Delhi, India / Est. 1992
Centre for Conflict Resolution, Bradford / Bradford, UK / Est. 1990
Umut Foundation / Istanbul, Türkiye / Est. 1993
Institute for International Security and Conflict Resolution / San Diego CA, USA / Est. 1995
PeaceJam Foundation / Arvada CO, USA / Est. 1996

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Action Strategies relating to Peacekeeping

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reaching nonviolence
Building culture of peace
Developing practical procedures for dispute management
Peace-making
Educating for peace
Defining transition from war to peace
Creating demilitarised zone
Demilitarizing international society
Appeasing
Demilitarizing
Peace-keeping

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