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    • what is conflict
      • its a kind of argument
      • it can be between 2 people or groups of people or countries
      • a clash of interests views or actions can result in conflict
      • where a group feels there needs values or interests are under threat or opposition
      • conflict is not always physical
    • what causes conflict
      • land
      • resources
      • belifes/historical claims
        • e.g conflict in Israel
      • certain groups feel they are being treated unfairly
      • poverty, economic decline, and dependence on exporting natural resources drives conflict
    • case studies
      • Northern Ireland
      • Darfur
    • what are the effects of conflict
      • with in the country
        • deaths- combatant deaths are a small fraction of all deaths
        • flight and disease
        • lost childhoods
        • landmines
        • poverty and isolation
      • regionally
        • refugess
        • infectious diseases
        • economic cost
      • globally
        • Druggs
        • HIV/AIDS and other diseases
        • international terrorism
    • conflict and human rights abuse
      • case study DRC
      • war 1998-2003
      • 3 million died
      • economic/ political factors
      • rights being abused
        • Article 2.Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration,
        • Article 3.Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
        • Article 3.Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.
    • how to resolve conflict
      • mediation
      • sanctions
      • targeted aid aid/support


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