Dear President Biden and President Putin, I hope this letter finds you and your families  well.   I hope you will continue in good health to perform your important work. Thank you for all you do to make the world a better place for our children.  I write to you both as World Leaders to ask for your advice and help in these challenging times.   I would like  to know what I can do, together with my friends, to help avert a Third World War, and prevent further suffering and death for millions for my brothers and sisters around the world.   I have been reading the news about military build-up in Europe and South East Asia,etc., and the rhetoric being used  by many of our World Leaders (words cut deeper than…
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Displaced people in Calais and Grande-Synthe

Refugee Women's Centre
Louise Mc Gowan from the Peace People has returned home from working in both Calais and Grande-Synthe with the Refugee Women’s Centre from October - February 2021. Louise says there is little peace for displaced people living in northern France. How can there be peace when you are worried for your own/your family’s safety? How can there be peace when the fear or expectance of police violence hangs overhead every morning? How can there be peace when the only way to get to the place where you might feel safe is via dangerous routes? In the past year, volunteers working in northern France have witnessed a rise in dangerous channel boat crossings, deteriorating living conditions in informal camps and accommodation centres, as well as numerous tragic deaths. These have been accompanied by increasingly hostile…
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A letter from Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire to President Biden. “Free Julian Assange & end the war on Yemen”

A letter from Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire to President Biden, FREE JULIAN ASSANGE, Julian Assange, Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire, Press, Press Release, Yemen
Mairead Maguire & other members of the Peace People delivered a letter to the U.S. Consulate General Belfast today. This letter was for President Joe Biden. The open letter is requesting the following: 1. Free Julian Assange 2. End the war on Yemen Mairead Maguire and Ann Patterson today calling for the freedom of Julian Assange and end the war on Yemen. Open Letter to President Joe Biden from Mairead Maguire - Nobel laureate. A letter from Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire to President Biden. To address the following requests: Dear Mr President Please accept my congratulations and best wishes in your work as President. I have two urgent requests to ask of you. l)  Free Julian Assange. Please do all you can to free Julian Assange and release him to let…
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International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Global Harmony Association (GHA) Generation Hip Hop Global (GHHG) World Growth Forums (WGF)

Anti-Nuclear Manifesto
Anti-Nuclear Manifesto Gandhian peace spherons tetrad replacing genocidal nuclear triad Mahatma Gandhi:Nonviolence [harmony of the spherons verified now by worldstatistics] is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It ismightier than the mightiest [nuclear] weapon of destruction.Nonviolence [of the spherons] is the law of our life.DedicatedTo the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Victims 75th AnniversaryByThe ICAN/GHA 46 co-authors from the 26 countriesNew Delhi2020The Manifesto co-authors & contributors can be seen below: “Nuclear weapons present an unacceptable danger to humanity. The only real way to eliminate the threat of nuclear weapons is to eliminate nuclear weapons…75th Anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima andNagasaki: time to end the nuclear menace.”UN Secretary-General António Guterres“No problem can be solved from the same levelof consciousness that created it”.Albert EinsteinThe UN has been talking about the elimination of…
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Press Release – Nomination of Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.

FREE JULIAN ASSANGE, Nomination of Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize., Press, Press Release
Dear Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, I hope this finds you well. I am herein nominating these three individuals, as a group, for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. All three have been individually nominated in previous years for the Peace Prize, but none received it to date.My reasons for nominating them together are simple. Individually, each has given countless examples of courage exposing governments’ illegal actions that caused millions of deaths—putting their own freedoms and lives o­n the line. Collectively, their lives of self-sacrifice and selflessness constitute remarkable demonstrations of the magnificence of the human spirit. They are indeed breath taking testimonies to the goodness inherent in the human heart. Today around the world, when we listen or read about violence, militarism, poverty, war, pandemics, climate change, and particularly…
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