We Raise Our Voices: “No to War!

We express our full solidarity with the Ukrainian civilian population and victims, and with those of the other current conflicts that continue in the world.

We call for a halt to the military escalation and the immediate cessation of hostilities; all parties must immediately initiate a real process of dialogue and peace that guarantees compliance with International Humanitarian Law: guarantee of human rights, as well as the protection of the civilian population, with special attention to children, youth and women, civil infrastructures, especially schools and hospitals.

We defend the processes of coexistence and the culture of peace. We urge the immediate cessation of all conflicts and call on all parties involved to ensure demilitarization and propose solutions to the causes that generate conflicts.

We stand in solidarity with the people who suffer directly from the grave consequences of wars. Human rights and people’s security must be placed at the center of any approach.

Other conflicts:

We remember and call for the promotion of peace and the fulfillment of human rights in the tension between the West and Russia over Ukraine, the future of Afghanistan after the return of the Taliban, the endemic crisis in Haiti, the expansion of Jihadism in the Sahel. There are many open international fronts of active wars and conflicts:

Cameroon: the UN estimates that four million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. Armed conflicts are located in the north of the country (due to Jihadist attacks) and in the west, in a war, which since 2017, pits separatist groups against the government. Schools and teachers are targeted by armed groups supporting the separatists.

Ethiopia: has long been experiencing a tense political situation, aggravated in recent years by escalating ethnically motivated violence and growing hostilities in the Tigray region.

Mozambique: increasing violence and insecurity in several regions of the country. Attacks by Jihadist groups and the Islamic State of Central Africa has taken control of some localities, all of which has aggravated the humanitarian situation and the food security of the population, resulting in an increase in internally displaced persons.

The Sahel, which comprises 11 countries, many of which are among the poorest in the world, is marked by the presence of militias and terrorist groups, especially in Nigeria. Violence and the effects of climate change, among the most prominent causes, have led to an increase in internal displacement and food insecurity.

Yemen: for the past seven years, the Yemeni population has been plunged into a civil war, initiated as a result of a coup d’état that has divided the country into three parts. The Huthi-controlled north is backed by Iran, while in the south two forces coexist: the separatists and the followers of President Al-Hadi. It is estimated that 80% of the population is in need of humanitarian assistance and, for yet another year, it is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.

The war in Syria reached its 10th anniversary in 2021. Although tensions have been reduced, no cease-fire agreement has been reached and attacks continue. In the aftermath of the conflict, the UN estimates that eight out of ten Syrians live in poverty. The situation is worrying, as Syria faces a serious economic crisis, and refugees account for almost a quarter of its population.

Others that we cannot forget are the struggle between Israel and Palestine, the latter claiming recognition as a State from the international community; tensions between Western Sahara and Morocco.

These conflicts need resolutions on the basis of peace and the observance of human rights.

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