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A Safer Future: Reducing the human cost of war

A Safer Future: Reducing the human cost of war

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Published by Oxfam
A Safer Future draws on Oxfam's experience of working with communities caught up in armed conflict in many countries around the world and makes recommendations for urgent action by governments that would reduce the risk of war and protect civilian lives. It looks specifically at changes in international policies and pre-emptive action by the international community which could prevent some wars occurring.
A Safer Future draws on Oxfam's experience of working with communities caught up in armed conflict in many countries around the world and makes recommendations for urgent action by governments that would reduce the risk of war and protect civilian lives. It looks specifically at changes in international policies and pre-emptive action by the international community which could prevent some wars occurring.

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Published by: Oxfam on Apr 12, 2011
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02/08/2013

 
Reducing theHuman Costof War
Edmund Cairns
OxfamPublications
 
©
Oxfam (United Kingdom and Ireland) 1997First published by Oxfam (UK and Ireland) 1997A catalogue record for
this
book
is
available from the British Library.
ISBN
085598
386 8
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working with people
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ha ve suffered
as a
result of war but
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rangeof conflicts
in
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is co-published with other affiliates of Oxfam International as acontribution to international debate about issues of conflict and poverty.Published by Oxfam (UK and Ireland) 274 Banbury Road, Oxford
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