India, Pakistan #NOWAR #SayNoToWar: Global StandOut for Peace in South Asia

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Peace loving citizens around the globe have joined hands to promote peace and say no to war. This move has come in response to the escalating tensions between the two neighbouring countries India and Pakistan.

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 The citizen initiated event will take place on March 3 across various cities globally.

Peace activists from all places are invited to join in the world they are and stand in solidarity against, war, violence and bigotry in South Asia where tensions between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan have held the region hostage for too long.

 The StandOut will take place in various cities in the USA, UK, India and Pakistan so far.

Some of the places where the event will take place are:

 Washington, D.C. Dupont Circle at 3 pm;
Boston; MIT main entrance at 4:30 pm
London; Tavistock Square, 2 pm,
Dallas Al Markaz restaurant, 12 noon,
Michigan 22575, Ann Harbor Tri, Dearborn Heights, 6 pm,
Lahore (Press Club at 4 pm),
Delhi (Lajpat Nagar 10am-6 pm and Red Fort, 8 pm),
Dublin (the Spire, 12 noon),
Providence, RI (Brown University, Faunce Steps, 12 noon – March 4).

And in other places like Karachi, Mumbai, Kolkata, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco

the venue and time will be announced as soon the same if fixed.

The StandOut has been started by citizens of India and Pakistan who believe their countries should have good neighbourly relations with all issues resolved through dialogue.

This is an open invitation for all those who wish to join in to propagate peace and say no to war.

Those who’d like to join an event but unable to do so for any reason are invited to get together with friends some time on Sunday, 3 March.

Carry signs of support in a public space or landmark, then take a picture and share it with the hashtags: #NoWar #SayNoToWar #iStandForPeace #iStandAgainstWar #PeaceInSouthAsia #GlobalStandOutForPeace. You are welcome to include slogans like “I am Indian and I stand with Pakistani peacemongers” or “I am Pakistani and I stand with Indian peacemongers”.

 For updates on event locations and times, please visit Facebook page: Global Standout For Peace in South Asia –

Bilateral peace groups supporting this initiative of individual Indians and Pakistanis include the Pakistan India People’s Forum for Peace and Democracy, Aman ki Asha (hope for peace), Aaghaz-e-Dosti (Start Friendship), besides human rights, student and artist organizations in both countries.

 For further information, please contact the organisers via the Facebook Page or email [email protected]