The World March for Peace and Non-violence that started on 02 October 2009 at New Zealand after going through Australia, Philippines, Bangladesh and Nepal arrived at Mumbai from Delhi today.
Online PR News – 15-October-2009 – – The World March for Peace and Non-violence that started on 02 October 2009 at New Zealand after going through Australia, Philippines, Bangladesh and Nepal arrived at Mumbai from Delhi today.
Another Middle East team has begun actions in Tel Aviv that will continue in Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, and Turkey.
The base team consists of members from Spain, Italy, New Zealand, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and USA. A part of the team has gone to Chennai and another to Thrissur to take part in the actions there.
The team was received in with a welcome ceremony at Mumbai airport by a large group of volunteers.
This is the first ever and the biggest project of our time co-ordinating actions in over 90 countries and involving millions of people raising their concern for the world and demanding Peace and Non-violence.
It is unusual to see volunteers of World March organising actions for Peace in India as well as Pakistan, in Palestine as well Israel and in the same way over 90 countries of the world at the same time.
The World March has already been endorsed by various personalities across the globe, including Heads of States, Religious heads, UN Assembly General Secretary, Nobel Laureates and personalities from different fields viz., Politics, Arts, Thinkers, Educationists, NGOs, and others demanding de-Nuclearization of the world and a progressive-proportional disarmament of the whole world,.
The members of the team today inaugurated the paintings exhibition of National Academy Award winner K. A. Fancies on Peace and Non-violence at Jehangir art Gallery. The paintings are created using Khadi as canvass and depict different themes on Peace and non-violence.
Indian delegate Ms. Bhairavi will join the team in second lag from Moscow.
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