Sitemap | Impressum
web2.0 Diaspora Vimeo Wir in der taz Wir bei Mastodon A-FsA Song RSS Twitter Youtube Unsere Artikel bei Tumblr Unsere Bilder bei Flickr Aktion FsA bei Wikipedia Spenden Facebook Bitmessage Spenden über Betterplace Zugriff im Tor-Netzwerk https-everywhere

Daniel Ellsberg and Sevim Dagdelen Online Organizing for Peace

Beginn: So, 06. Mar 20:00 CET 2022
Ende:   So, 06. Mar 22:00 CET 2022
Ort:   weltweit
Tags: Frieden, Krieg, Atomwaffen, Militär, Aufrüstung, Konzerne, Menschenrechte, Zivilklauseln,

Diesen Termin als .ics Kalendereintrag herunterladen:  

Zoom call on The Russia-Ukraine War

Attention Time Zone !!
Click here to register and get the link for this Zoom call on The Russia-Ukraine War and the Imperative of Organizing for Peace.
[ ]

Date: Sunday, March 6, 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern, 8pm Berlin

The shocking invasion of Ukraine by Russia has impacts that will reverberate around the world for some time. In addition to our deep concern for the victims of this unjust war, we think there is an important opening for *greater cooperation between peace forces* in Europe (East and West) and North America. What can we do to *end this war swiftly*? What can we do to *prevent the next one*? Join us on the Global Day of Action for Peace in Ukraine. Speakers will include:

Sevim Dağdelen has been a member of the Bundestag in Germany since 2017. In the parliament as a member of the Die Linke (Left) Party, she is a member of the committee on foreign affairs.

Daniel Ellsberg is a former U.S. military analyst who caused a national uproar in 1971 when he provided the "New York Times "and other newspapers with the Pentagon Papers, a 7,000-page official U.S. document that exposed many of the government's deceptions during the Vietnam War. Since then, he has continued as an activist. His latest book is "The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner."

Bill Fletcher Jr. is former president of TransAfrica Forum and a Senior Scholar with the Institute for Policy Studies. He is the author of several books, a syndicated columnist, and a regular media commentator on television, radio and the Web.

Nadezhda Azhgihina is a Russian journalist, director of PEN Moscow, board member of Article 19, member of Russian Chamber for Media Complaints, co-founder of Association of Women Journalists (Russia). She lives in Moscow.

Register here. [ ]

Zurück zur Terminliste

Kommentar abgeben

Wer hat, der kann! Für eine verschlüsselte Rückantwort hier den eigenen Public Key reinkopieren.
(Natürlich optional)
Geben Sie bitte noch die im linken Bild dargestellte Zeichenfolge in das rechte Feld ein, um die Verwendung dieses Formulars durch Spam-Robots auszuschließen.

CC Lizenz   Mitglied im European Civil Liberties Network   Bundesfreiwilligendienst   Wir speichern nicht   World Beyond War   Tor nutzen   HTTPS nutzen   Kein Java   Transparenz in der Zivilgesellschaft

logos Mitglied im European Civil Liberties Network Creative Commons Bundesfreiwilligendienst Wir speichern nicht World Beyond War Tor - The onion router HTTPS - verschlüsselte Verbindungen nutzen Wir verwenden kein JavaScript Für Transparenz in der Zivilgesellschaft