Latin American March


The 1st Latin American Multiethnic and Pluricultural March for Nonviolence

What?

"Nonviolence on the March through Latin America"
The Latin American and Caribbean Peoples, indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants and inhabitants of this vast territory, we connect, mobilize and march, to overcome the different forms of violence and build the Latin American union for a solidary and nonviolent society.

Who can participate?

Activists, groups, social organizations, public and private institutions, schools, universities, committed to this Latin American Nonviolent action.

How?

Carrying out actions prior to and during the March with virtual and face-to-face events in each country, such as walks, sporting events, regional or local marches; developing conferences, round tables, dissemination workshops, cultural festivals, talks, or creative actions in favor of Nonviolence, etc. We will also carry out a consultation and research on the future of the Latin America that we want to build.

For what?

Social Denunciation

1- Report and transform all types of violence existing in our societies: physical, gender, verbal, psychological, economic, racial and religious.

Nondiscrimination

2- Promote non-discrimination and equal opportunities and the elimination of visas between countries in the region.

Original towns

3-Vindicate the Native Peoples throughout Latin America, recognizing their rights and their ancestral contribution.

Make aware

4- Raise awareness about the ecological crisis defending natural resources. No to mega mining and no more pesticides on crops. Unrestricted access to water for all human beings.

Give up the war

5- That the states constitutionally renounce to use war as a way to resolve conflicts. Progressive and proportional reduction of conventional weapons.

No to military bases

6- Say No to the installation of foreign military bases and demand the withdrawal of the existing ones.

Promote TPAN signature

7- Promote the signing and ratification of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) throughout the region.

Make Nonviolence Visible

8- Make visible nonviolent actions in favor of life in the region.

When and where?

Between September 15, 2021, Bicentennial of the Independence of Central American countries and October 2, International Day of Nonviolence.

We aspire to travel the region to strengthen our Latin American union and to rebuild our common history, in the search for convergences, diversity and Nonviolence.
"CONNECTING WITH THE BEST OF EACH ONE OF US, CREATING AWARENESS THAT IT IS, ONLY THROUGH PEACE AND NOVIOLENCE, HOW THE SPECIES WILL OPEN TO THE FUTURE"
SILO