A few days after endorsing the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, informs the whole country of his decision to support the initiative for nuclear disarmament. »
In a 50 minute audience, today at 5pm, the President of Ecuador, economist Rafael Correa, spoke with much joy and fraternity to Rafael de la Rubia and Tomas Hirsch, to express his resolute commitment to the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. »
In an important gesture, Evo Morales met today in the Government Palace in La Paz with the Latin American coordinator of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, Tomas Hirsch, to express his endorsement of the initiative. »
Carlos Valderrama Endorses the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, “We want to generate a global consciousness against every form of violence”
Colombian soccer play, Carlos (The Kid) Valderrama, has endorsed the World March for Peace and Nonviolence inspiring others to participate in his nationally televised video spot asking for the end of wars and for complete nuclear disarmament. »
"The acceleration of everyday life, the growth of arms technology and the over-development of the global economy with ensuing global climate change among many other issues has left the world in a far more precarious place than ever in the history of civilization". »
“Governments only mobilize today if there is popular pressure,” said Rafael de la Rubia, coordinator of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, thankful for the support declared by the mayor of Bogotá in the launching of the initiative in Colombia. »
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