intercommunity

intercommunity

(ˌɪntəkəˈmjuːnɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being common to multiple groups
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The intercommunity clashes have been evident for years in Kitui South, Mwingi North and Kitui East constituencies contributing to adverse insecurity, loss of lives, destruction of property and closure of schools for months.
The third annual event was organised by the Muslim community in North Ormesby to encourage intercommunity understanding and appreciation.
UNISFA also facilitated an intercommunity traditional leaders' meeting at Todach on 4 August.
Expatriates from the two neighbouring countries, which share close cultural and historical ties, said the decision would make minorities feel even more at home and further improve intercommunity relations.
In the past, people have been banned from entering the United Kingdom for fostering hatred that might provoke intercommunity violence.
The overall direction of the intercommunity relations is on trial and the fate of peace maker Rajab Ali's kin is a sad reminder of the state of affairs.
The present dispute, involving nightly parades and a protest camp, has heightened intercommunity tensions.
The South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce, along with partners in the South and Central Okanagan including TOTA and Air Canada, announced the new daily scheduled shuttle service from Osoyoos to Kelowna International Airport (YLW) with 10 intercommunity stops along the way.
In countries afflicted by religious conflict, such as Nigeria, this means helping religious leaders to develop strong intercommunity relationships.
In Macedonia for example, the failure to conduct a census in 2011 makes it difficult to work on any more substantial issues affecting the intercommunity relations.
In Chuschi, La Serna argues, abusive local power holders deeply entangled with cattle rustling, landed conflict, intercommunity violence, and sexualized aggression undermined local sensibilities about morality and rightful authority.