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4th Iraqi non-violence week

 

Under the banner of the time has come for Iraqi national government formation and enough for the delay an Iraqi group of non-violence launch the fourth non-violence week for the period from 1st to 7th of October 2010.

The activity week for this year include, various events throughout the provinces in Iraq and Kurdistan region, all of this aim to reminder of the best alternative to change and it is non-violence struggle and the celebration the international non-violence day coincides every year on 2ndof October.

The week represents the means for non-violence group for promote and dissemination a culture of non- violence in Iraq, this means should be available to all as option for Political, Social and Economical change.

The activities and events will continue for period of week, and it is important to mention that Iraqi non-violence group include tens of Iraqi civil society organizations seeking to change through non-violence way and annually organize non-violence campaign. The week obtains the above banner for
reminder to accelerate the formation of national Iraqi governmentthat strengthen the national independence and consecration democracy.

For the more information about Iraqi non-violence group and the fourth non-violence week visit our website: www.laonf.net

Full program of the week:
PDF - 80.2 kb Press statement and agenda (PDF - 80.2 kb)

Newsletters of the 4th Iraqi non-violence week:
PDF - 1 Mb Newsletter 1 (PDF - 1 Mb)
PDF - 895.3 kb Newsletter 2 (PDF - 895.3 kb)
PDF - 1.7 Mb Newsletter 3 (PDF - 1.7 Mb)

Statement of the Iraqi non-violence group:
PDF - 145.8 kb LaOnf statement (PDF - 145.8 kb)

Report on Baghdad activities:
PDF - 311 kb Baghdad activities (PDF - 311 kb)

 
 

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