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In Deutschland bisher ignoriert: Internationaler Friedenstag in Afghanistan

Veröffentlicht von: Nachtwei am 18. September 2011 19:49:33 +01:00 (8102 Aufrufe)

Seit 2006 begehen auch in Afghanistan Abertausende Menschen den 1981 von der UNO ausgerufenen Internationalen Friedenstag am 21. September, verbunden mit dem Aufruf zur allgemeinen Waffenruhe. Geplant sind Aktivitäten in 34 Provinzen. Träger ist das Afghan Civil Society Organization Network for Peace, das eine Petition an Präsident Karzei und die Führer der Internationalen Gemeinschaft initiiert hat. Unverständlicherweise finden diese mutigen Friedensaktivitäten in Deutschland bisher fast keine Beachtung, geschweige Unterstützung. Unterstützungsadressen an peaceafghan@yahoo.com

Hier die Übersicht über die Aktivitäten zum Friedenstag:

 

Internationaler Friedenstag 21. September 2011 in Afghanistan

Peace Day will be a national campaign to sign the Peace petition.  September 22nd, ACSONP (Afghan Civil Society Organization Network for Peace) will present the petitions that carry the following message to President Karzai.  The petitions will not only be signed by Afghan citizens but by international petitioners as well.

Message of Afghan people to the president and the International Community Leaders:

Afghan people are tired of current civil war, continues terrorist attacks, civilian causalities and destruction by foreign forces and anti government actors.Afghan people, Afghan civil society organizations, human and women rights activists are expressing their concerns and objections regarding current  injustice in the country, promoting the culture of impunity, human rights violation, poverty, unemployment, addiction, increasing violence against women and other anti human rights issues through conferences, symposiums and messages. They are always desirous peace and realization of justice in their country.

People want you not to disregard justice for ensuring peace in the country. They want you to recognize the sorrows of the war victims and end the culture of impunity.  You are obliged to respond to the demands and needs of the people.

Member organizations of the ACSNOP network believe that it is time to let the leaders in Afghanistan and leaders of the world know that the majority of Afghan's want peace.  Nine years after the fall of Taliban at this time in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, media and experts have begun to reflect the belief that peace in Afghanistan may not be possible. The leaders of ASCNOP believe that a grassroots level campaign to invite the silent majority of Afghans to raise their voices for peace will give hope to people around the world who hope to support Afghanistan reach stability and peace.

ACSNOP members will work together with AWSE (Afghan woman services and education organization, www.awse.org.af) ) coordination to schedule Peace Day activities in 34 provinces that feature the signing of the petition and writing personal messages on pieces of white cloth as the central activity designed to send an important reminder to President Karzai and world leaders that Afghan's want peace.

Activities scheduled around the country on 21st around the country will start with signing the petition and send their personal messages to President Karzai on white pieces of cloth.

Each organization will choose an activity appropriate to their province.  The activities will include:

1.      Sports events

2.      Kite flying

3.      Essay competitions in schools

4.      Publishing banners and peace messages distributed on 21st during petition signing.

5.      Round table discussion

6.      Event set in Mosques

ACSNOP organizations that have stepped forward to facilitate Peace Day activities in provinces around the country.

#

Province

ACSNOP Organization

Activities

1

Kabul

AWSE

Flying kites, Round table, Essay writing competition, installing Banners, distributing messages

2

Kandahar

OHW

Football match, installing banners ,Gathering, Essay reading competition

3

Badghes

ACTD

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering, Sport matches

4

Kunar

APDA

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Essay Writing competition

5

Wardak

BEST

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Essay writing competition, Gathering

6

Takhar

ASCF

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering,Sport Match

7

Faryab

AWCS

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Sport Matches, Gathering

8

Bamyan,

CCA

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Sports matches, Gathering

9

Kunduz

ECW

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering,Sport Match

10

Parwan

ERAO

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering,Discussion,Reading poem

11

Daikundi

GRSP

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Valleyball,Essay Writing competition

12

Herat

SDO

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Sport matches, Gathering

13

Nangarhar

THRA

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Essay Reading Competition

14

Laghman

APA

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Essay writing competition, Gathering

15

Khost

ATWO

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Discussion, Reading essay

16

Laghman

AGCHO

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Sport Matches,Essay Writing competition

17

Jawzjan

APA

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering,Poem competition

18

Paktika

ACRU

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering,Reading Essay

19

Badakhshan

LCSAWC

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Sport matches,Essay Writing competition

20

Mazar-e- sharif

CCA

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Sport Matches, Gathering

21

Nooristan

AWSE

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Poem competition,Gathering

22

Nimroz

ACRU

Installing Banners, distributing messages,EssayWriting competition,Reading Essays

23

Ghazni

AWSE

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering,Reading Essays

24

Samangan

ACSF

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Poem competition,reading topics

25

Ghoor

ACTD

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Sports Matches,Poem cometition

26

Panjshir

ERAO

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering , Reading topics

27

Logar

AWHCA

Installing Banners, distributing messages Sport matches,Essay writing competition

28

Paktia

ACTD

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Sport matches, reading topics

29

Farah

ANCB

Installing Banners, distributing messages,Gathering,Essay reading

30

Helmand

OHW

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Sport matches, Essay writing

31

Sarpol

ACTD

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering ,poem competition

32

Kandahar

OHW

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering and Sport matches

33

Zabul

ACTD

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Essay writing competition

34

Kapisa

AWSDC

Installing Banners, distributing messages, Gathering ,poem competition

 

 


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