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The World March for Peace and Nonviolence is coming to Czechia

29.10.2009 -

The World March for Peace and Nonviolence is coming to Prague on Sunday. While in the Czech Republic, events will take place in the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic and a multicultural “Peace Party” will unite thousands of people on one of Prague’s biggest squares.

The March’s Base Team, which was recently joined by the Czech representative Lucie Fialová, will arrive in Prague in the afternoon of Sunday, November 1. Among others, its members will be welcomed by actress Jana Švandová, Miss Czech Republic Lucie Váchová and Aneta Vignerová and a legendary Czech singer whose name cannot be revealed in advance. The meeting and a press briefing will take place at 6pm in Imperial Hotel, which will be hosting the members of the World March during their stay in Prague.

Conference in the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic

First vice-president of the Czech Senate Alena Gajdůšková in cooperation with the Humanist movement is organizing a conference on the occasion of the World March on Monday, November 2 from 9am to 12:15pm. The speakers include international coordinator of the World March Rafael de la Rubia, Jan Tamáš, chairman of the Czech Humanist Party, Otakar Mika, expert on weapons of mass destruction and Tomáš Tožička, expert on international development. Speakers will also participate in an official lunch with the vice-president of the Senate Alena Gajdůšková after the conference. A press briefing with the speakers will take place before the beginning of the conference at 9:30am.

Peace Party” in Wenceslas Square in Prague

On Tuesday, November 3, thousands of people will meet at Wenceslas Square in Prague to march together for peace and nonviolence. The event will be launched with a “Mass Karaoke for Peace” with thousands of people singing John Lennon’s Imagine while being accompanied by some of the best Czech pop singers. The karaoke will be followed by a march through the city center with parade floats and a carnival-like atmosphere. Finally the march will return to Wenceslas square to release the “Lanters of wishes”. These Thai lanterns will illuminate the path of the World March and will wish them good luck during the rest of the journey.

The Base Team of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence will depart from Prague on November 4 and will be accompanied by a Czech delegation to Hungary, where thousands of people are already awaiting it.

The World March for Peace and Nonviolence is the first ever World March that travels the world asking for the end of wars, the dismantling of nuclear weapons and for an end to all forms of violence (physical, economic, racial, religious, cultural, sexual and psychological).It started on October 2, 2009 from Wellington, New Zealand and will end on January 2, 2010 in Punta de Vacas, Argentina.,

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