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  • 16:13 24 Jul 2009
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Conflict prevention & resolution

The UK Government is committed to preventing and resolving conflict around the world. UK Peacekeepers and children

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Ministry of Defence (MOD) and Department for International Development (DFID) staff work globally to resolve conflict and tackle their causes by promoting and developing human rights, democracy and good governance.

For example, British troops are working together with the US military and other coalition forces to fight insurgencies and to rebuild war-torn regions in Afghanistan and Iraq. In addition, British troops are deployed in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations in several other nations, including Sudan, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.

UK forces work alongside US colleagues on operations around the world, as a force for good to promote human rights, good governance and democracy, including the delivery of humanitarian relief to countries devastated by natural disasters.



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Helping countries prevent and resolve conflicts

The Embassy's Foreign & Security Policy Group tracks a number of issues regarding Conflict Prevention/Resolution. Read the latest blog postings on what is happening in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and more.

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