Manifest of the World March

Ten years after the First World March for Peace and Nonviolence, the reasons that motivated her, far from being reduced, have been strengthened. We live in a world where authoritarian unilateralism grows. The foundational role of the United Nations in resolving international conflicts is losing strength. A world that bleeds into dozens of wars, mostly silenced by misinformation. The ecological crises that the Club of Rome half a century ago With millions of migrants, refugees and environmentally displaced people who are forced to challenge borders full of injustice and death. Where it is intended to justify wars and massacres for disputes of increasingly scarce resources. Where the clash of "geopolitical plates" between dominant and emerging powers raises new and dangerous tensions. A world in which the greed of the richest bankrupt, even in developed countries, any expectation of welfare society. The waves of indignation that are generated end up manipulating and generating alarming movements of rejection and xenophobia against refugees and immigrants. In short, a world, in which the justification of violence, in the name of "security", increases the risk of military escalations of uncontrollable proportions.

El Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, from 1970 , far from opening the way to nuclear disarmament, it has consolidated the
power of mass destruction, expanding even the initial global death club with nuclear arsenals now in the hands of the US, Russia, China, United Kingdom, France, Israel, India, Pakistan and the Republic of Korea. All this explains why the Atomic Scientists Committee places the current index (Doomsday Clock) as the greatest global risk lived from the Crisis of the Missiles of Cuba in 1962.

Today the 2ª World March for Peace and Nonviolence, is more necessary than ever. It is planned to leave Madrid on October 2 of 2019 to ring all the continents, until March 8 of the 2020 that will conclude in Madrid. It will promote education in nonviolence and federate the movements that around the world defend and promote the
democracy, social and environmental justice, gender equality, solidarity between peoples and the sustainability of life on the planet. A March that seeks to make visible and empower these movements, communities and organizations, in a global convergence of efforts towards the following objectives:

  • Raise a great global clamor of that "we, the peoples " fromCharter of the United Nations, to support the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, that eliminates the possibility of planetary catastrophe and free resources to solve the basic needs of humanity.
  • Refound the United Nations , giving participation to civil society, democratizing the Security Council to transform it into an authentic World Peace Council . and creating a Council of Environmental and Economic Security, that reinforce the five priorities: food, water, health, environment and education.
  • Assume a Hunger Eradication Plan, in accordance with the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), that has the necessary funds to be effective.
  • Activate a Urgent Measures Plan against all types of supremacism, racism, segregation, discrimination and persecution by sex, age, race, nationality or religion .
  • Promote a Democratic Charter of Global Citizenship, that complements the Declaration of Human Rights (civil, political and socioeconomic).
  • Incorporate Earth Charter to the "International Agenda" of the SDGs, to deal effectively with climate change and other fronts of environmental unsustainability.
  • Promote the No Active Violence so that it becomes the true transformative force of the world, to move from the culture of imposition, violence and war to the culture of peace, dialogue and solidarity in each locality, country and region in the global perspective transmitted to us by this World March for Peace and Nonviolence.