Marching as a sign of protest has served to empower those who are victims of injustice. Solidarity Youth Path’s 2014 SOLIDARITY MARCH throughout Spain in the second fortnight of July 2014 means to side with the over 400 million children who are victims of slavery, with the over 1,600 million adults who are unemployed, with those millions of people worldwide who suffer exploitation…
We challenge every person aiming for a just society to take part in this initiative. If you cannot march with us, during those days you can support our march by carrying out local actions to raise awareness of the CAUSES of Child Slavery and Unemployment.
We have already started Preliminary Actions in Spain over the course of 2013 year, during SYP’s summer camps in July in Spain and on 27th August in the streets of London: statues representing Child Slavery in front of the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, a drama in front of St. Paul’s Cathedral: the testimony of Iqbal Masih’s life – a child slave who fought against child slavery, and statues standing for Aggressions to Youth in Leicester Square.
Indifference makes us accomplices!
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