NEW special guest lecture 14h – 15h30 | “Challenges for Peace and the Environmental Movements” by Hubert Weiger, President of the Friends of the Earth, Germany (in Germany, but an English translation is provided)
Organized by Abolition 2000-Europe Nuclear Weapons Working Group www.abolition2000.org | Bertrand Russel Peace Foundation www.russfound.org/ | INES www.inesglobal.net | International Peace Bureau www.ipb.org | IPPWN Europa www.ippnw.eu | ITUC www.ituc-csi.org With the support of TRANSFORM www.transform-network.net & Belgian Coalition Against Nuclear Weapons www.nonukes.be INTERNATIONAL MEETING – SAVE THE DATE …Continue reading →
Invitation to the IPB Youth Network Conference 2019 – Transform! Towards a Culture of Peace Organizers IPB Youth Network, IPB in partnership with ITUC and ITUC Youth With the support of DFG-VK, International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES), Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Hans-Böckler-Stiftung (tbc) Date 20-22 September 2019 Location Technical University Berlin, Building of Mathematics, Strasse des 17. Juni 136, Berlin, Germany Introduction In the 21st century, we experience multiple wars, destruction and injustice. Challenges and problems …Continue reading →
No War 2019: Pathways to Peace — Limerick, Ireland October 5-6 No War 2019: Pathways to Peace — Limerick, Ireland October 5-6 World BEYOND War’s fourth annual global conference on the abolition of war will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 5th and 6th, in Limerick, Ireland, and include a rally on the 6th at Shannon Airport, where U.S. military forces routinely pass through in violation of Irish neutrality and of laws against war. We’ll be marking the …Continue reading →
by Pat Elder Reporting from the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington. See our media messages attached here. I’ll be speaking tonight on military recruiting – and contamination – at 7:00 pm Washington time.
Hi all, Here is an invitation to join the 2019 East Asia Peace Walk from June 10- August 6 which goes from Okinawa, to Taiwan, to 3 Japanese islands that have missile bases , Jeju Island, South Korea and finally to Hiroshima. Rev Yuichi Kamshita has led walks in the Pacific North West and on the East Coast. Could we add this peace march to all our organizational calendars? VFP, World Beyond War, No to NATO, Nuclear Resister, Codepink and …Continue reading →
EUROPE AND PEACE: HARD OR SOFT POWER, ARMED OR JUST PEACE? Kees Nieuwerth Paper presented to the Seminar on European Militarism – organized by the International Network No to War – No to NATO, Amsterdam, 14 April 2019. INTRO. On the third of May, in two weeks time, something unimaginable is going to take place in the United Kingdom, and no, it has nothing to do with Brexit….” The Royal Navy has seduced – there is no other word for …Continue reading →
[Presentation at the seminar on Euromilitarism, Oorlog is geen Oplossing / VD AMOK / Network No to War – No to NATO, Amsterdam, 14 April 2019 by Mark Akkermann]
Last Wednesday the action group ‘Stop the War on Migrants’ held an unnannounced noise demonstration at the headquarters of European arms giant Airbus in the Dutch city of Leiden. The action, at the day of the annual shareholders meeting of Airbus here in Amsterdam, was in protest of both the arms exports of Airbus to countries in conflict and dictatorships, such as Saudi-Arabia and Egypt, and the role of the company in the militarisation and externalisation of the European borders.
Statement of the international network “No to war – no to NATO” We demand the immediate release of Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange In April 2010, Julian Assange’s whistleblower platform Wikileaks published hundreds of thousands of US documents classified as secret. This uncovered serious violations of international law and criminal law by the USA, including the video “Collateral Murder”. To this day, both Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning are persecuted politically for whistleblowing. Over the next few years, Julian Assange …Continue reading →
In the summer of 2012, three members of the bin Ali Jaber family were killed in a drone attack in Yemen; many of the survivors were left traumatized. The US military base Ramstein in Germany played an important role in the attack. The German government’s response has been to deny any knowledge of or responsibility for the drone strikes. https://www.ecchr.eu/en/case/important-judgment-germany-obliged-to-scrutinize-us-drone-strikes-via-ramstein/ …Continue reading →
Real Russia in the real world Myths, conflicts and provocations Anna Ochkina Western perception of Russia is distorted by propaganda, traditional myths and stereotypes. The same can be said about Russian perception of the West. The difference, however, is that in Russia considerable section of society doesn’t take official propaganda seriously and stereotypes are very much undermined by practical experience given the fact that millions of Russians travel abroad, many lived abroad and many people have relatives living abroad. Moreover …Continue reading →
EU militarization & NATO Ludo De Brabander (Vrede vzw) Washington, 2 april In June 2016, Federica Mogherini, the High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, presented the Global Strategy for the European Union’s Foreign and Security Policy. It came thirteen years after the first European Security Strategy (2003) and is supposed to give direction to the EU foreign and security policy in the coming years. Absence of European responsibility Mogherini’s Global Strategy offers little room for self-criticism. The …Continue reading →
Our campaign: “Büchel is everywhere – nuclear-free now!” Worldwide Solidarity.
Twenty weeks for twenty bombs – starting again on March 26*, 201 until August 9th, groups and individuals will hold vigils and other kinds of nonviolent direct action (blockades, trespassing, etc.) at the Büchel base to pressure the government, sending back the nucleat bombs. In July and August a peace camp take place.
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