The international organisation “World Without Wars” which is the driving force behind the World March for Peace and Non-Violence and Victoria Manno with her project “The end is the beginning in the heights”. Peace in 6 Continents has come together with the aim of raising the World March flag on 1 January 2010, from the world’s highest possible habitation on that date. Therefore, Victoria Manno will ascend Aconcagua, 6,962 metres high, an ascent that she already made consciously in the year 2000, carrying her own message of Peace and Solidarity.
“Copying the call for attention that Boys and Girls make in order to be heard, after 10 years of having began this call for attention to the whole of humanity, I am climbing the highest Mountain in 5 continents, sited in these majestic Andes, with the event “The end is the beginning in the heights”. Peace in 6 continents, but this time feeling one of the greatest privileges of my life, joining the International Organisation “World Without Wars” which is the driving force behind the “World March for Peace and Non-Violence”, for which I feel honoured to have this opportunity that the International Coordinator of this World March and founder of World Without Wars and Without Violence, Mr Rafael de la Rubia has given me.
With this ascension, Victoria Manno will complete the tenth milestone of a project that has taken her every 1 January to be in some ‘summit’ spot in the world, like Red Square in Moscow, King George Island in Antarctica, The Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China among others, announcing a message that calls for fairness and love.
According to Victoria “Even if the world does not change, we are the ones who must change, trying to contribute a thousandth of a grain of sand, for humanity in order to achieve a better world for everyone”.
To find out more about each one of the projects, visit the corresponding pages
[Video in support of the World March:](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALs4fLS3WD8)
*(Translation provided by Rhona Desmond)*