What if people around the world devoted the month of November to #NOwar?
In the US and many other countries, November 11 is remembered as the date of the armistice ending WWI.
What if people everywhere re-claimed that date for its original meaning – the determination to “end all wars”?
We’ll be adding new images daily here — some based on your social media contributions! — and linking them to key sections of our World Beyond War call to action, A Global Security System: An Alternative to War.
Help us share this message on social media:
Retweet our November campaign tweet and like @worldbeyondwar on Twitter.
Like and share our November Campaign message on Facebook, and like World Beyond War on Facebook.
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(More on the main World Beyond War social media page!)
An international Week of Action Against the Militarisation of Youth will be held for the second time November 14-20 – sponsored by War Resisters’ International:
For November 11 — Veterans Day/Armistice Day – we featured this article from Veterans for Peace executive director Michael McPhearson (and it was also carried in Truthout and Common Dreams):
Thanks for your support, Father John Dear and everyone at Pace e Bene/Campaign Nonviolence!
In Okinawa, protests against the US military presence intensify:
MALAYSIA: From World Future TV in Malaysia: Nov 11 is world’s no war day
October 25, 2015: “Tony Blair apologizes for Iraq War mistakes”
How will you be saying #NOwar in November?