No War 2016: Real Security Without TerrorismBeginn: Fr, 23. Sep 12:00 CEST 2016
Ende: So, 25. Sep 14:00 CEST 2016
Ort: Washington, US, American University’s School of International Service, Nebraska Av. NW / New Mexico Av. NW
Tags: Atomwaffen, Militär, Bundeswehr, Aufrüstung, Waffenexporte, Drohnen, Frieden, Krieg, Friedenserziehung, Menschenrechte, Zivilklauseln,
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Sept. 23-25 in DC: NO WAR 2016
World Beyond War is planning a big event in Washington, D.C., in September 2016, just after the International Day of Peace, including a conference running from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. on Friday September 23, 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday September 24, and with speakers and activist workshops from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday the 25th. We’re also working with the National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance (NCNR) which is planning a nonviolent activism training and planning session on the 25th and a nonviolent action in D.C. on Monday morning September 26th, with support from Campaign Nonviolence.
Join us to learn about and engage in working on viable alternatives to war and militarism.
The event will feature sessions focused on such topics as:
Strategies to End War
Ending War and Patriarchy
Remaking the Mass Media for Peace
Capitalism and transition to Peace Economy
The Racism of War
Promoting Peace Begins With Abolishing War
War Isn’t Working, and It Isn’t Necessary: Why we need complete abolition, even of humanitarian wars
Diplomacy, Aid, and Nonviolent Peacekeeping and Protection
Disarmament, and Abolishing Nuclear Weapons
Protecting the Environment from War by Ending War
Changing War Culture to Peace Culture
International Law. Can War Makers Be Held Accountable? Can We Achieve Truth and Reconciliation?
Demonstrations, Direct Action, Resistance and Counter-Recruitment
Untold History of the United States
Nonviolent Action: Getting to Work
Bringing United States into the International Criminal Court
Resistance, Ending the Draft, Countering Recruitment, Creating Free College
Abolishing Nuclear Weapons
Young People Organizing for Peace
Improving the Alternative Global Security Strategy
Building Friendship Between the United States and Russia
We encourage everyone to come for as much of the conference as possible, and participate in building a broader movement to end all war.
Click here to see the full agenda: http://worldbeyondwar.org/nowar2016agenda
World Beyond War is working with our allies to plan similar events focused on alternatives to war the same week in other parts of the world. Please contact us to help plan such events. One already planned for September 2016 is in Berlin, Germany, during which U.S. whistleblowers will deliver to the German government a petition from RootsAction.org, World Beyond War, and others urging the closure of Ramstein Airbase (yes, also being delivered to the U.S. government).
American-University-School-7Plans for Washington are still being shaped, and we’re inviting organizations and individuals to contact us with ideas and proposals. Organizations can sign on as partners by contributing financially and in working on plans, or as cosponsors by agreeing just to help promote the event.
Speakers committed to being part of the events in Washington, D.C., include: Dennis Kucinich, Kathy Kelly, Miriam Pemberton, David Vine, Kozue Akibayashi, Harvey Wasserman, Jeff Bachman, Peter Kuznick, Medea Benjamin, Maurice Carney, David Swanson, Leah Bolger, David Hartsough, Pat Elder, John Dear, Mel Duncan, Kimberley Phillips, Ira Helfand, Darakshan Raja, Bill Fletcher Jr., Lindsey German, Maria Santelli, Mark Engler, Maja Groff, Robert Fantina, Barbara Wien, Jodie Evans, Odile Hugonot Haber, Gar Alperovitz, Sam Husseini, Christopher Simpson, Brenna Gautam, Kent Shifferd, Patrick Hiller, Mubarak Awad, Michelle Kwak, John Washburn, Bruce Gagnon, David Cortright, Michael McPhearson, Sharon Tennison, Gareth Porter, John Reuwer.
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