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21-09-12, 11:26
5th INTERNATIONAL MARCH
FOR THE FREEDOM
OF OPPRESSED MINORITIES AND PEOPLES
BARCELONA, BERLIN,BRUSSELS, PARIS, ROME
SATURDAY, 13 OCTOBER, 3 p.m.

This silent demonstration aims to denounce the absence of freedom that many Peoples and Minorities have to endure, and to give a wider visibility to the commitment of whoever is fighting for freedom in the world.

SocietÓ Libera is an independent and non partisan association. Being consistent with its own conception of Liberalism, which acknowledges supremacy and a central role to the Person and to his natural rights, it has been promoting for five years the International March for Freedom, a silent demonstration that aims to rally public opinion in defence of the freedom of oppressed minorities and peoples.
Ms Rebiya Kadeer has taken part in the 2010 and 2011 editions in Rome.

Considering the worsening condition of human rights in the world, we believe that it is not enough to demonstrate separately and for single situations and this year we have organized the March at the same time in three European capitals like last year plus two more: Barcelona and Brussels.

With this event, the Promoting Committees in Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Brussels and Berlin, made up of the representatives of the concerned communities, intend to involve the people of Europe in the defence of human rights.
They believe that the Western world must shake up and concretely rally about the living condition of hundreds of millions of people, and that Europe and supranational organisms must take a position in defence of minorities, instituting and celebrating the European Day for Freedom of Oppressed Minorities and Peoples.

At 3 p.m. of October 13, in Berlin from Martin-Gropius-Bau to Brandenburger Tor, in Paris from La Statue de la LibertÚ - Pont de Grenelle to TrocadÚro, in Rome from Piazza Bocca della VeritÓ to Piazza Navona, in Barcelona from Fundacio Casa del Tibet to Plaša Sant Jaume, in Bruxelles from Rond-Point Robert Schuman to Place de la Monnaie the five Marches will start, guided by the international leaders of the different Communities, who will close the five demonstrations.

The promoting committees appeal to press organs and to communication operators, so that they acknowledge the importance and the specificity of this event, diffusing it as much as possible.