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Space for Peace Week


Each fall the Global Network organizes Keep Space for Peace Week (October 5-12) where we invite activists around the world to hold local actions that connect-the-dots between the militarization of space and endless war on Earth.
 
This year we are again highlighting the deadly connections between military satellites and drones that are killing hundreds and hundreds of innocents in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and on the African continent.
 
We urge you to consider organizing a local event during space week to help the public see that very expensive military satellites, launched into space by very expensive rockets, are fundamentally key in making it possible for drones to carry out their deadly and immoral deeds.
 
Keep Space for Peace Week this year is being co-sponsored by Women's International League for Peace & Freedom (WILPF), Drone Campaign Network in the UK, and KnowDrones.com in the US.
 
Posters and flyers are now available to promote space week.  You can download them from our web site and/or you can order the poster directly from us.
 

 

 
The posters are selling for $3 each (includes postage) or five for $12.  Just send check to Global Network at address below.
 
Best wishes to all.

Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

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