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Valuing the worldview of indigenous peoples

Valuing the worldview of indigenous peoples

Recently, from the Intercultural Program of UADER, together with the Community I'Tu del Pueblo Nación Charrúa and other educational institutions, the Days for Good Living and Non-Violence were promoted, developed in Concordia within the framework of an international movement: the First Multiethnic and Pluricultural Latin American March for Nonviolence. Students and

Humahuaca: History of a Mural

Humahuaca: History of a Mural

From Humahuaca a meaningful account of the collaboration in the realization of a Mural In Humahuaca on October 16, 2021 On October 10 of this year, a Mural was made in Humahuaca - Jujuy in the context of the “1st Latin American March for the Nonviolence ”promoted by Siloistas and Humanistas.

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

Forum Towards the nonviolent future

Forum Towards the nonviolent future

The Latin American March closed with the Forum "Towards the nonviolent future of Latin America" ​​that was held in virtual mode by Zoom connection and broadcast on Facebook between October 1 and 2, 2021. The Forum was arranged in 6 Thematic Axes with the background of positive nonviolent action, which are described

Remembering previous actions in Argentina

Remembering previous actions in Argentina

We will show several of the actions that in Argentina served the preparation of the 1st Latin American Multiethnic and Pluricultural March for Nonviolence. On August 6, in the Patio Olmos of Córdoba Capital, a reminder of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was made. On August 14, in Villa La Ñata, Buenos Aires, the

After the March in Costa Rica

After the March in Costa Rica

On October 8, with the 1st Multiethnic and Pluricultural Latin American March for Nonviolence already over, thematic Axis 1 of the Forum, Wisdom of Indigenous Peoples, continued towards pluricultural nonviolent coexistence. Multicultural coexistence in harmony, valuation of the ancestral contribution of native peoples and how interculturality can provide us with the

After the end of the March in Argentina

After the end of the March in Argentina

After the closure of the 1st Multiethnic and Pluricultural Latin American March for Nonviolence, some activities inspired by it continued to be carried out. On October 6, from Salta, joyful news was shared with us: “With great joy we share the news that by ordinance 15.636 and 15.637 of the municipality of the city of

Bolivia: Activities in support of the March

Bolivia: Activities in support of the March

On September 11, the adherence of the activists of Nonviolence from Bolivia to the 1st Latin American Multiethnic and Pluricultural March for Nonviolence was expressed. Boys and Girls from 4th of Primary express their rejection of abuse. On October 2, International Day of Nonviolence, a work is carried out with the

Peru: Interviews in support of the March

Peru: Interviews in support of the March

In support of the 1st Multiethnic and Pluricultural Latin American March for Nonviolence, several explanatory interviews were carried out of the Latin American March, of the actions that were being carried out from different perspectives of Universalist Humanism with the community communication channel PLATAFORMA EMPRENDEDORES directed by Cesar Bejarano. On September 30, Madeleine John Pozzi-Escot departed

The Latin American March by country

The Latin American March by country

In this article, we are going to compile by country the different activities that have been carried out within the common framework of the 1st Multiethnic and Multicultural Latin American March for Nonviolence. We will take a walk here through the headlines posted on this website of the activities carried out country by country. We will begin, as a country that has hosted the