The World March will be presented at Congress

Next October 2, in the Congress of Deputies, round table, presentation of the 3rd MM

As part of the many activities and events in favor of nonviolence and peace that take place throughout Spain and around the world, on October 2* In 2023, in the Congress of Deputies, a digital and in-person round table will take place to present the 3rd World March for Peace and Nonviolence.

On Monday, October 2 at 16:00 p.m. In the Hernest Lluch room, with connection with the Legislative Assembly of San José de Costa Rica, the presentation will be held with the participation of:

Federico Mayor Zaragoza: President of the Culture of Peace Foundation and former director of UNESCO.
Rafael of the Rubia: Promoter of the World Marches for Peace and Nonviolence and founder of the World without Wars and Violence Association.
Geovanny Blanco: Member of MSGYSV and coordinator of the World March in Costa Rica.
Lisset Vasquez from Mexico: Coordinates the Mesoamerica and North America route.
Madathil Pradeepan from India: The route of Asia and Oceania.
Marco Inglessis from Italy: The World March in Europe.
Martine Sicard, from Monde San Guerres et San Violence, coordinates the African part.
Cecilia Flores, from Chile, coordinates the South American part of Latin American Hope.
Carlos Umaña, Co-President of IPPNW, The International Association of Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.
Jesus Arguedas, from World Without Wars and Without Violence Spain.
Rafael Egido Pérez, Sociologist, councilor for the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) in Serna del Monte.

COORDINATES AND PRESENTS: María Victoria Caro Bernal, PDTA. Honor of the Rhetoric and Eloquence Group of the Ateneo de Madrid, Director of the International Festival of Poetry and Art Grito de Mujer.

The presentation, included in the agenda of Parliament, can be seen live on the Parliament Channel: Parliament Channel Programming.

At the end of the Spanish presentation, at 17.00:XNUMX p.m. (Central Europe), you can continue the meeting (**) by attending the event at the Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica.


* October 2, the day of Mahatma Gandhi's birth, is commemorated in his honor, as a pioneer of nonviolence, as World Nonviolence Day. On the UN website, it is explained to us regarding this commemoration: 'In accordance with resolution A/RES/61/271 of the General Assembly, of June 15, 2007, which established the commemoration, the International Day It is an occasion to “spread the message of nonviolence, including through education and public awareness.” The resolution reaffirms “the universal relevance of the principle of non-violence” and the desire to “ensure a culture of peace, tolerance, understanding and non-violence.” Introducing the resolution in the General Assembly on behalf of 140 co-sponsors, India's Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma said the broad and diverse sponsorship of the resolution was a reflection of universal respect for Mahatma Gandhi and enduring relevance of his philosophy. Quoting the late leader's own words, he said: “Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of humanity. It is more powerful than the most powerful weapon of destruction conceived by the ingenuity of man.”'

** https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85134838413?pwd=gMSaysnlV38PvLbFLNfwfPuf8RSqaW.1

3 comments on “The World March will be presented at Congress”

  1. We, the people, can do something so that this world changes and so that our children do not have to die in damn wars. I don't care what country they are from. They are our children.

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  2. Thank you for making us participate in this initiative.
    Let us pray that it touches the sensitivity of the hearts of the people who decide to wage wars.
    They themselves and their children receive the consequences of their failure. Along the way they leave a trail of the destruction of Life on our planet Earth.
    Wake up! It's already getting late!

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