On July 18, the presentation of the First Latin American March for Nonviolence, Multi-ethnic and Pluricultural was held, in virtual form. It was an initial presentation that opens the realization of multiple activities prior to the date on which it will take place, that is, from September 15 to October 2. This
World without Wars and without Violence Latin America, an organism belonging to the New Universalist Humanist, whose purposes are to contribute to ending all types of armed conflict, wars, and in general to achieving a world without violence or discrimination of any kind, expresses its deep consternation at the situation of violence that
Monday, May 10, 2021. Faced with the latest events of violence, repression and abuse of power, of which the protesters of the Colombian National Strike have been victims, we energetically declare: Our support for the Colombian people who oppose the tax reform, as well as well as other neoliberal policies in favor of big companies,
The citizens of the world have the right to celebrate the entry into force of the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) that will take place at the United Nations on 22/1/2021. It has been achieved thanks to the signatures of 86 countries and the ratification of 51, to which we thank for their courage in facing the great
Communiqué on the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) and the 75th anniversary of Resolution 1 [i] of the UN Security Council We are facing “the principle of the elimination of nuclear weapons”. On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN) will enter into force.
-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