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Accord may refer to:

  • 1 Places
  • 2 Peace agreements
  • 3 International economics agreements
  • 4 Political parties and groups of parties
  • 5 Miscellaneous agreements
  • 6 International accreditation agreements
  • 7 Other uses
  • Accord, New York, in Ulster County, seat of the Town of Rochester
Peace agreements
  • Arab-Israeli conflict
    • Camp David Accords (1978) in the Egypt-Israel conflict
    • Oslo Accords (1993), part of a peace process of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • Geneva Accord (2003), an extra-governmental peace proposal in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
  • Sierra Leone Civil War
    • Abidjan Peace Accord (1996)
    • Lomé Peace Accord (1999)
  • Nkomati Accord (1984) between Mozambique and South Africa
  • Bicesse Accords (1991) in the Angolan civil war
  • Dakar Accord (2006) between Chad and Sudan
  • Waziristan accord (2006) between the government of Pakistan and tribals resident in the Waziristan area
International economics agreements
  • Plaza Accord (1985) to devalue the US dollar
  • Louvre Accord (1987) to stabilise the international currency markets
  • Basel Accords (1988/1996 and 2004) in banking
Political parties and groups of parties
  • Accord (Nigeria)
  • Coalition of People''s Accord, a former political bloc in Croatia
  • Iraqi National Accord, an Iraqi political party
  • Iraqi Accord Front, an Iraqi political coalition
  • Labor-Green Accord (1989–1992) in Tasmania, Australia
Miscellaneous agreements
  • Kyoto Accord, the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
  • 1951 Accord in American politics
  • Prices and Incomes Accord (1980s) in Australian industrial relations
  • Meech Lake Accord (1987) in Canadian constitutional development
  • Charlottetown Accord (1992) in Canadian constitutional development
  • Nouméa Accord (1998) in New Caledonian politics
International accreditation agreements
  • Washington Accord (1989) for professional engineering degree programs
  • Sydney Accord (2001) for engineering technologist qualifications.
Other uses
  • Accord (cigarette), a brand of Rothmans, Benson & Hedges
  • Accord (coalition), a campaign for reform of faith schools in Britain
  • Accord (company), a public services provider in South England
  • Accord (French record label)
  • Accord (Polish record label)
  • Accord (trade union), a British trade union
  • Accord and satisfaction in contract law
  • Bon Accord F.C., a Scottish football club
  • Honda Accord, a car manufactured by Honda Motor Company
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