-50 countries (11% of the world's population) have declared nuclear weapons illegal. -Nuclear weapons will be banned just like chemical and biological weapons. -The United Nations will activate the Treaty for the Prohibition of nuclear weapons in January 2021. On October 24, thanks to the incorporation of Honduras, the figure of 50 countries
Dr. Gastón Rolando Cornejo Bascopé passed away on the morning of October 6. He was born in Cochabamba in 1933. He spent his childhood in Sacaba. He left high school at Colegio La Salle. He studied Medicine at the University of Chile in Santiago graduating as a Surgeon. During his stay in Santiago he had the opportunity to
The “I Mostra de Cinema pola Paz e la Nonviolencia”, CINEMABEIRO, has been presented this September 29, 2020 at the City Hall of A Coruña. Organized by Mundo sen Guerras e sen Violencia in collaboration with 16 associations and social groups, sponsored by the EMALCSA Foundation and in collaboration with the City Council of A
This campaign "+ Peace + Nonviolence - Nuclear Weapons" is about taking advantage of the days between the International Day of Peace and the Day of Nonviolence to generate actions, add activists and endorsements. The format of the campaign will be non-face-to-face activities, carried out on social networks (Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Youtube, Telegram,
May 27, 2020Dear President SERGIO MATTARELLAPresidency of the RepublicPalacio del QuirinalePlaza del Quirinale00187 Rome Dear President, last year for Republic Day you declared that “in every area of freedom and democracy are not compatible with those who fuel the conflict, with the constant search for an enemy to identify.
How can we speak of peace while building new and formidable weapons of war? How can we speak of peace while justifying certain spurious actions with discourses of discrimination and hatred? ... Peace is nothing more than the sound of words, if it is not based on truth, if it is not built in accordance with justice,
At 12 noon, at the prison school, we gave a talk on the 2nd World March, the New Humanism and Peace and Non-violence. Then there was a colloquium and exchange around these topics. Questions were also asked: Do you think society is violent? Do you think he is a consumerist? When it was over, they interviewed us on