World without Wars is greatly concerned by the rise in violent activities taking place in the coastal region of Kenya.
Following an election of full members of the international organisation a new coordination team has taken over from the previous team; the first one directly elected by its members. The new team consists of 5 Africans, 4 Europeans and 3 South Americans from 9 different countries and features 5 women and 7 men.
The signatories of Rio+20 "Disarmament for Sustainable Development" appeal demand that the governments of the world seriously address the neglected issue of peace and disarmament, and agree on a global plan for disarmament for sustainable development at the Rio Summit in June 2012. A bread tank with a garden inside will be at Rio+20 to underline the realistic possibility of eradicating hunger and extreme poverty by redirecting military spending.
the new issue of our international bulletin is out!
This time it is longer than usual, with many interesting articles
This is the last bulletin made by the current World Coordination Team.
I hope that you liked what we have produced in last two years and that it was usefull for you.
Enjoy our last piece of work!
World without Wars and Violence denounces moves taken by the Quebec Government to make nonviolent protest illegal.
International humanist organisation World without Wars and Violence will be present at the upcoming NPT Preparatory Committee that will take place from 30 April to 11 May 2012 in Vienna, Austria. The PrepCom and related civil society events will be attended by members of World without Wars and Violence from the Czech Republic.
World without Wars and Violence, organism of the Humanist Movement, gives its position with respect to the events that took place on the night of the 22nd of March 2012.
• Position regarding the rising tensions caused by the Iranian nuclear programme
• World without Wars loves “Israel loves Iran”
• News from Argentina, the Czech Republic, Canada, Italy and Greece
Since the International Atomic Energy Agency report into the current status of the Iranian nuclear programme was issued in November 2011, Israel, the USA and her allies have been quick to step up their criticism of the Iranian government and their real intentions in the face of Tehran’s repeated denial of any attempt to develop nuclear weapons. According to the IAEA report Iran’s nuclear programme could have a military purpose.
• Editorial: As we enter 2012 we reflect on the year gone by and our hopes for this year...
• World Forum for Peace and Nonviolence
• Declaration regarding the situation in Syria
• News from around the World