This fall take part in the…Continue
25 May 2011Regarding democracy demonstrations in Spain (M-15)Date: 25th May 2011World without Wars and Violence would like to express its warm support to the people of Spain who are mobilised and…Continue
19 May 2011 Those who interpreted the “Arab Spring” as a phenomenon that would only touch a few countries—in general dictatorships personifying the Arab world—have not understood the phenomenon that…Continue
World without Wars and Violence is extremely concerned about the escalating tension in the Korean Peninsula and calls for restraint on all sides. We also call on any country with friendly relations with the North to use their influence to prevent any attack by North Korea. We call for an end to finally be declared to the Korean War and for the demilitarised zone to be replaced by a normal international border between friendly nations. We call for immediate negotiations to begin to create…Continue
“The name proposed for this conference is already arguable.
Firstly, as a reflection rather than a criticism, if I am asked to talk
about nonviolent regime change is because the basic assumption
is that the possibility exists for regime change through violence.
Obviously this is still installed in the minds of many of us to
produce the changes we seek, while nonviolence appears only as an