Having had #Enough! global warming, inequalities and war, #Enough! is a people’s movement that seeks to build a critical mass of borderfree nonviolent relationships and alternatives for a Green, Equal and Nonviolent World Without War, a key mission being the abolition of war.
The Afghan Peace Volunteers have initiated #Enough! as members of that human family. They are a grassroots group of ordinary, multi-ethnic Afghans who build nonviolent alternatives for a green and equal world without war. They volunteer in various peace-building and service programs at the Borderfree Nonviolence Community Centre in Kabul, nurturing nonviolent, egalitarian relationships with Nature and with the human family across all borders. Their work can be viewed at http://ourjourneytosmile.com/blog/
Join us! You can consider
1. One Friend: Ask one other friend to form a local Earth GEN ( Green, Equal and Nonviolent ) Community. If you wish to, you can connect with the global Earth GEN Community by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Together with the Afghan Peace Volunteers
and Borderfree Street Kids, Zarghuna says #Enough!
Bernie Meyer in known as ‘The American Gandhi’ by his friends in India,
where he was recently to participate in the Global Youth Peace Festival
2. One Sharing Action : Share food, water, shelter, greenery, healing, reconciliation, happiness and stories with one another. You can register your local sharing action here: Sharing Action
The Afghan Peace Volunteers teach 100 street kids weekly,
and provide rice and oil once a month
Steve Clemens and anti-drone activists in Minnesota
3.One Agreement : Sign ‘The People’s Agreement to Abolish War’ here. You’ll be generating the critical mass of friends needed to build a world without war.
In Afghanistan, the Agreement is also available for signing on paper
By signing the Agreement with friends, we form small, local communities where war and weapons are banned.
Here, you can download our flyers and print them for your use. Place them where you think they may be picked up or distribute them to friends. Feel free to also use them for your ‘Solidarity Actions’. Thank you!!