MSGySV Panama and the Latin American March

MSGySV Panama and the Latin American March

World Without Wars and Violence Panama transmits this statement sharing the activities carried out in the 1st Latin American March for Nonviolence and its gratitude to the participants and collaborating entities: World without wars and without violence, sent a special invitation to various organizations, entities and media, for their adherence to the

Costa Rica activities statement

Costa Rica activities statement

Fundación Transformación en Tiempos Violentos, Mundo sin Guerras y sin Violencia, Costa Rica Azul Foundation, San José Municipality, Distance State University and Antígono Gallery have the honor of inviting you to cover and spread positive messages in this Month of the Bicentennial of Independence and Peace and Nonviolence, since the

CYBERFESTIVAL Free of nuclear weapons

CYBERFESTIVAL Free of nuclear weapons

The citizens of the world have the right to celebrate the entry into force of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) that will take place at the United Nations on 22/1/2021. It has been achieved thanks to the signatures of 86 countries and the ratification of 51, to which we thank for their courage in facing the great

About the entry into force of TPAN

Communiqué on the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) and the 75th anniversary of Resolution 1 [i] of the UN Security Council We are facing “the principle of the elimination of nuclear weapons”. On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) will enter into force.

Given the special situation in Italy

Given the special situation in Italy

The Italian Promoter Team of the Second World March for Peace and Nonviolence expresses, in the first place, condolences and closeness with the victims of the COVID 19 virus throughout the world and in particular in Italy. The emergency generated by the increase in cases in our country and the corresponding measures have forced