WORLD MARCH FOR PEACE AND NOVIOLENCE
URGE TO STOP WARS IN THE WORLD
The World March for Peace and Nonviolence echoes the call for a "world ceasefire" made by the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, on March 23, asking that all conflicts stop to "focus together in the real fight of our lives. "
Guterres thus puts the issue of health at the center of the debate, an issue that equally concerns all human beings at the moment: "Our world faces a common enemy: Covid-19".
Personalities such as Pope Francis and organizations such as the International Peace Bureau, which has asked to invest in health rather than in weapons and militarization expenses, have already joined this appeal.
In the same sense, Rafael de la Rubia, coordinator of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, after having completed the 2nd March a few days ago and having circumnavigated the planet for the second time, stated that “The future of humanity It involves cooperation, learning to solve problems together.
People want to have a decent life for themselves and their loved ones
We have verified that this is what people want and ask for in all countries, regardless of their economic situation, skin color, beliefs, ethnicity or origin. People want to have a decent life for themselves and their loved ones. That is his biggest concern. To get it we have to take care of each other.
Humanity has to learn to live together and help each other because there are resources for everyone if we manage them properly. One of the scourges of humanity is the wars that destroy coexistence and close the future to new generations "
From the World March we express our support for the appeal of the UN Secretary General and we also propose to go a step further and advance in the configuration of the United Nations by creating within it a "Social Security Council" that watches over the health of all human beings of the planet.ç
This proposal has been carried out through the 50 countries of the route of the 2nd March. We believe that there is an urgent need to stop wars in the world, to declare an "immediate and global" ceasefire and to attend to the health and primary food needs of all the inhabitants of the planet.
Improving one's health is improving everyone's health!