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15.06.2009

UN Secretary-General launches multimedia disarmament campaign in marking 100-day countdown to international day of peace

The International Day of Peace, observed each year on 21 September, is a global call for ceasefire and non-violence. It is a time to reflect on the horror and cost of war and the benefits of peacefully resolving our disputes. This year, I will use this important day to ask Governments and citizens of the world to focus on the important issues of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. »

13.06.2009

Peace Bureau deplores general rise in military spending

Global peace network urges investments in diplomacy rather than preparations for resource wars »

04.06.2009

World Peace March to start from most peaceful nation on earth

Global Peace Index gives top ranking to New Zealand, the launching site of the 95-nation peace march. »

31.05.2009

“Give Peace another chance” Press Conference

Montreal, May 28, 2009 – In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Yoko Ono and John Lennon's Bed-In, the organizing committee of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence has organized the launch of Bed-In activities throughout the world at the Montreal Fine Arts Museum. »

28.05.2009

The Colombian Congress endorses the World March

According to Senate sources in Bogota, today Congress endorsed the World March. »

26.05.2009

This journey will also symbolize a step forward in humanity’s history, away from discord and towards harmony

With such words, Queen Rania Al Abdullah, from Jordan, endorses the World March for Peace and Non-Violence. »

06.05.2009

As an unfortunate development is seen the resignation of Nepal’s Prime Minister

The healing of the nation stands as a priority and this means integrating the Maoist Army with the National Army. »

16.02.2009

Czech Mayors protest US Missile Defense

The Czech Republic and Poland: US Trojan Horses to divide Europe? »

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