Worldwide Day of Action on the 5th Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq
End the Occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan
Korean Troops Out of Iraq
No to Normal Time Troop Deployment Act
Don't Attack Iran
Stop Korea-US War Alliance
Date and Time: March 16, 2:00 PM
Place: Seoul Train Station (March to Gwanghwamun)
Organizer: Korean Action against Dispatch of Troops
Contact: www.antiwar.or.kr email@example.com
International Webpage: http://theworldagainstwar.org
Declaration of World Against War conference
This conference of delegates from peace, anti-war, anti-imperialist and
liberation movements across the world declares its opposition to the
“endless war” prosecuted by the US government against states, peoples and
movements in all parts of our planet.
We oppose the interference of the US and its allies in sovereign states, and
assert the right of all peoples to self-determination. We support all people
fighting for peace and against imperialism.
In particular, we demand:
An immediate end to the illegal military occupation of Iraq, which has
caused hundreds of thousands of deaths and displaced millions of people, a
withdrawal of all foreign troops and the full transfer of sovereignty to the
Iraqi people and their representatives.
A halt to all preparations for an attack against Iran, and a commitment to
solve any issues through exclusively diplomatic means.
A withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, allowing the Afghan people
to determine their own future.
Justice for the Palestinian people, and an end to Israeli aggression
throughout the Middle East.
An end to plans for US missile defence, and that all states actively pursue
We affirm the solidarity of all those fighting for peace, social justice and
self-determination worldwide, and commit ourselves to strengthening our unity
and developing new forms of co-operation.
We therefore designate the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq as a
worldwide day of action in support of the demands NO ATTACK on IRAN and
TROOPS OUT OF IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN and call on all national anti-war movements to
hold mass protests and demonstrations on that day.