GH 101 War & GH March 2014 Revised.pdf

Landmineunexploded ordnance injury prevention

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Landmine/unexploded ordnance injury prevention Resettlement and vocational training Research needed on risk factors for recurrence of conflict Post- Conflict
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¡ Be a witness to war & structural violence ¡ Support anti-war, equity movements ¡ Work to constrain the arms trade ¡ Question assumptions about the US agenda ¡ Adopt a public Health Approach ¡ Define the problem ¡ Design, implement, monitor interventions What can health workers do?
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The role of physicians and other health workers in the preservation and promotion of peace is the most significant factor for the attainment of health for all.” World Health Assembly Resolution
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¡ Multi-track Peace Work l “Track two diplomacy” nongovernmental efforts ¡ Health as a Bridge for Peace (WHO) ¡ Peace Through Health l Analysis: health needs, peace deficits, types of violence, stage of conflict l Peace and Conflict Impact Assessment l Do No Harm Project l Peace-building Filter l Respect for Culture l Epidemiology Frameworks for Health Workers as Peace Builders
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Resources for Health Workers
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1. Redefinition of the situation 2. Superordinate goals 3. Mediation and conflict transformation 4. Dissent and noncooperation 5. Discovery and dissemination of knowledge 6. Rebuilding the fabric of society 7. Solidarity and support 8. Social healing 9. Evocation and extension of altruism 10. Limiting the destructiveness of war Mechanisms of Peace through Health
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