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Informe de la Oficina y del Ejecutivo Noviembre 2015 – Agosto 2016

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Elaborado por el comité ejecutivo y el personal de la oficina de la IRG

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Introducción

Otro año ha transcurrido y en su transcurso ha habido de nuevo demasiada muerte y destrucción, provocadas por la guerra y el militarismo. Pero en todas partes del mundo, la gente sigue defendiendo la paz y oponiendo resistencia a las (no)soluciones militares, la carrera armamentista, las injusticias, la desigual distribución de recursos... En este informe anual podrás leer sobre algunas de estas luchas: objetores de conciencia que se niegan a formar parte de la maquinaria bélica, grupos de todo el mundo que emprenden acciones contra la militarización de los jóvenes, activistas por la paz que se juntan para aprender unos de otros y fortalecer campañas y redes que ya están en marcha.

El informe contiene un repaso de las actividades y programas de la IRG desde el último consejo, la labor realizada por la IRG y sus afiliados en distintas regiones del mundo, la actividad interna de la organización, publicaciones, declaraciones y comunicados de prensa, la campaña para detener la violencia en Turquía, la situación económica y, por último, las perspectivas de cara al próximo año. Como leerás en el informe, siguen llegando organizaciones y personas a la IRG para intercambiar experiencias y conocimientos, establecer colaboraciones entre activistas por la paz de todo el mundo y forjar movimientos más fuertes a medida que aprendemos unos de otros.<--break- />

WRI Delegation Report: Stop the Cycle of Violence in Turkey

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War Resisters‘ International (WRI), in collaboration with Connection e.V. in Germany and nonviolent activists and WRI members from Turkey sent a delegation to the Southeast of Turkey between 26-29 April. A report from the delegation's visit, which included activists from Austria, Germany, Spain and Sweden, is now available online. 

La oficina de la Internacional de Resistentes a la Guerra y el Informe Ejecutivo agosto 2014-septiembre 2015

Desde la histórica conferencia que tuvo lugar en Ciudad del Cabo en verano de 2014, la oficina de la IRG y la red han continuado realizando una labor importante en todo el mundo, apoyando a objetores de conciencia, realizando acciones contra las bases militares y la fabricación de armas, luchando contra el reclutamiento militar, resistiéndose a la militarización de la policía, dando a conocer la resistencia noviolenta y creando redes para apoyarnos los unos a los otros y ser más fuertes estando unidos.

Lee nuestro informe anual de agosto 2014 – septiembre 2015 aquí.

Report of the Office and Executive Committee to the International Assembly (Conference) on Activities in the years 2010–2014

 War Resisters' International

Report of the Office and Executive Committee to the International Assembly (Conference) on Activities in the years 2010–2014

1. Introduction

In this report, we present the work that War Resisters' International has been involved in since the international conference in January 2010 in India, and the challenges WRI faces. It describes the staffed programmes, the work in the regions and the work of the WRI bodies – executive and council. Last but not least, it deals with WRI’s finances – an issue of continued concern and worry.

Office and Executive Report: September 2012 - August 2013

This report has been prepared by the staff and Executive Committee

1. Introduction

The year since the Council meeting in Bilbao in September 2012 has been a period of a successful transition in the office from Andreas Speck to Hannah Brock, and the continuation of WRI’s various We are all Natan Blanc poster at vigil for Chelsea Manning, London, February 2013We are all Natan Blanc poster at vigil for Chelsea Manning, London, February 2013programmatic activities. The progressing preparation of the upcoming International Conference in South Africa 2014 and the preparation of the Council 2013 have been two further important elements of our work. In the international network, the Global Action Day Against Military Spending on April 15, the Conscientious Objectors Day exactly one month later and the days of action against the militarization of youth in June 2013 marked dates when many of our affiliates took common action.  The international political situation has remained full of challenges and issues – from Venezuela and Paraguay where our affiliates struggle for human rights and against the all-powerful influence of the military establishment through the Middle East with its various theatres of conflict and war to East Asia where our members from South Korea fight against a military basis on an island under the shadow of a major conflict between North and South Korea. This report describes the programmatic activities in the two WRI programmes (Nonviolence and the Right to Refuse to Kill), the work of WRI in the regions, the WRI-internal business and of course WRI’s financial situation.

Office and Executive Report - January 2010 - May 2011

This report has been prepared by the staff and the Executive Committee, covering the period January 2010 to May 2011. Items for discussion at the Council meeting will be especially highlighted.


1. Introduction

Two deaths mark the introduction to this report.

Professional soldiers and the right to conscientious objection in the European Union

This publication provides an overview of the present state of the right to conscientious objection in the European Union, including the candidate countries Croatia, Turkey, and FYROM (Macedonia). This publication was produced in close co-operation with War Resisters' International (WRI). It builts on the global survey on the situation of conscientious objectors by War Resisters' International from 1998 and their update by Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) from 2005.

Author(s)/editor(s): 
War Resisters' International
Publisher: 
European Parliamentary Group European United Left / Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL)
Year published: 
2008


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Professional soldiers and the right to conscientious objection in the European Union

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NOTE: This is the preface to a full 60-page report, issued by Tobias Pflüger MEP in cooperation with WRI, which is available here in PDF (main text in English only; 4.5Mb).

Situación de la militarización y la objeción de conciencia en Colombia

Colombia tiene uno de los conflictos armados internos más antiguos de Latinoamérica, que cuenta, por un lado, con diferentes actores armados en confrontación, como son las guerrillas del ELN y las FARC, los paramilitares, las fuerzas militares y demás cuerpos de seguridad del Estado, y, por otro lado, otros actores de poder implicados en la guerra, como la clase política y económica, las empresas transnacionales, y los medios masivos de comunicación, que pertenecen a los imperios económicos nacionales, los cuales respaldan abiertamente el gesto militar y beligerante de la política del actual gobierno.

The Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service in selected member states of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe

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The right to conscientious objection is derived from Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and seen as a manifestation of the freedom of religion and belief. The then CSCE stressed the right to conscientious objection in paragraph 18 of the Document of the Copenhagen meeting of the Conference on the Human Dimension in June 1990.The UN Commission on Human Rights stressed the right to conscientious objection in several resolution, most recently Resolution 1998/77, 2000/34, 2002/45. The Council of Europe also stresses the right to conscientious objection, especially in resolution 337 (1967) and recommendations 1518 (2001), R (87) 8, and 816 (1977).
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