symbol=A/66/889) passed a measure to implement a resolution previously approved on August 3, to support the prevention of armed conflict in Syria, calling the humanitarian situation "dire" and saying that international diplomatic efforts "lack unity and cohesion.
What does PAC stand for?
PAC stands for Prevention of Armed Conflict
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- Pregnancy Advisory Centre
- Preliminary Acceptance Certificate
- Preliminary Architectural Concept
- Premature Atrial Complex
- Premature Atrial Contraction
- Prepared Action Case
- Présence et Action Culturelles (Belgium)
- Presidents' Athletic Conference (various schools)
- Prevention Advisory Committee (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
6) Prevention of Armed Conflict, United Nations General Assembly, A/55/985-S/2001/574, & June 2001, page 8.
This is important to IKFF, in our focus on prevention of armed conflicts.
Efforts for Conflict Prevention -- A Basic Conceptual Framework -- The G-8 Heads of State and Government announced last June in Cologne, and we, Foreign Ministers, reiterated last December in Berlin, the determination to make prevention of armed conflict a high priority issue in coming years.
Progress Report on the Prevention of Armed Conflict, Report of the Secretary-General, UN Doc.
This resolution encourages efforts to better integrate programs combating the illicit trade in small arms with those aimed at the prevention of armed conflict as well as disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) programs for former combatants.
Global Partnership for Prevention of Armed Conflicts In 2005, representatives of organizations from around the world will meet at UN Headquarters in New York to discuss how 'civil society' can have an effective role in partnership with the UN and governments and institutions in preventing armed conflict.
The idea grew out of the 2001 UN Secretary-General's Report, Prevention of armed conflict, in which Kofi Annan urged non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to organize a conference on this theme (Recommendation #27).