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Appeal agreed to in Stuttgart, Germany, October 5th, 2008
No to War – No to NATO
On the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the NATO military organization, we appeal to all people to come to Strasbourg and Baden-Baden 2009, to protest against NATO’s aggressive military and nuclear policies, and assert our vision of a just world free of war.
NATO is an increasing obstacle to achieving world peace. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has reinvented itself as a tool for military action by the “international community”, including the promotion of the so-called “war on terror”. In reality it is a vehicle for US-led use of force with military bases on all continents, bypassing the United Nations and the system of international law, accelerating militarization and escalating arms expenditure – NATO countries account for 75% of global military expenditure. Continue reading →
Signatures (as of March 9th 2020).
All organizations, initiatives and groups are members of the ‘No to war – no to NATO’ network :
International: All-African People’s Revolutionary PARTY (GC) /// Anti-imperialist Camp /// European Feminist Initiative /// Europäisches Friedensforum (epf) / European Peace Forum /// European Left (EL) /// Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space /// International Association of Democratic Lawyers /// International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, Europe (IALANA) /// International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES) /// International Peace Bureau (IPB) /// No Bases Network /// Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) /// World March of Women Against Violence and Poverty /// War Resisters’ International /// WORLD BEYOND WAR (WBW) /// World Peace Council (WPC) ///
Read more … Supporters ordered by countries
Appeal agreed in Stuttgart 5th October 2008 (English) Appel de Stuttgart du 5 octobre 2008 (Francais) Stuttgarter Appell vom 5.10.2008 (German) Appel vedtaget i Stuttgart 5. oktober 2008 (Danish) Llamamiento acordado en Stuttgart 5 de octubre 2008 (Spanish) Declaration no war no nato in greek Appello Sottoscritto a Stoccarda Il 5 Ottobre 2008 (Italian) Internationale oproep zoals besloten in Stuttgart, 5 oktober 2008 (Netherlands) Çağrı NATO’ya Hayir – Savaşa Hayir (Turkish) Ei soota – Ei Natoa (Finish)Continue reading →
Platform paper of the international coalition “No to war – No to NATO” agreed in Istanbul, 1 July 2010 NATO is a child of the Cold War and the East-West confrontation. After more than 60 years of existence, NATO is an increasing obstacle to achieving world peace. Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has reinvented itself as a tool for military action by the “international community”, including the promotion of the so-called “war on terror”. In reality, it … Continue reading →
What is the network? “No to war – No to NATO” is an international network of groups and organisations from a wide political spectrum united in their opposition to NATO, NATO’s wars in Afghanistan, Lybia, etc. and NATO’s increasingly aggressive global role. It is open to all groups and organisations who share our opposition to NATO, as long as they do not support oppressive regimes or ideologies, and do not practice or endorse racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression. … Continue reading →
The “job” of the ICC is to develop the Network, f.e. in exchanging information and communicate frequently. At least twice a year the ICC (or parts of it) should meet in person. The ICC has the responsibility to intensify/ coordinate communication within the network, to coordinate the work of the network on specific topics, and to develop and conduct events with the network. The ICC fulfills the decisions of the annual meeting. The work in the ICC is voluntary (honorifique, … Continue reading →