UNITED Statement on Turkey and Syria Earthquake

Ruins after earthquake

What happened in the last hours it’s not only a tragedy but a global catastrophe and as such it demands global solidarity Monday morning at 4.17 there was a 7.8 scale earthquake that lasted 90 seconds! (https://www.usgs.gov/news/featured-story/magnitude-78-earthquake-nurdagi-turkey) The area of the quake was enormous, like 300 kms across and covered 10 cities, bigger than the… Read more »

UNITED at the International Peace Forum

UNITED speaks at the International Peace forum

UNITED speaks at the International Peace Forum As the largest anti-racist network in Europe, UNITED were invited to speak at the International Peace Forum, initiated by the Network People and Peace in Sweden together with International Peace Bureau (IPB) and Prague Spring 2 network (PS2).  The International Peace Forum aimed to unite various social movements… Read more »


CALL FOR CEASEFIRE IN NAGORNO-KARABACH #CEASEFIRENOW #PEACEinNagornoKarabach Joint statement We, UNITED for Intercultural Action, No Hate Speech Network, Prague Spring 2, Youth Center “Perspektiva”, IMPRESS, Alliance for Labour and Solidarity, Activists for Peace, Human Rights Association, APICE and YAN express deep and grave concerns over the escalating violence between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh… Read more »

Belarus: UNITED calls the government to respect the rights of all citizens to peaceful demonstrations

Image: Andrei Bortnikau (Shutterstock) UNITED For Intercultural Action expresses its solidarity with the Belarusian civil society in the face of the government’s repression. We are deeply concerned about the violent mass repression against peaceful demonstrators, nongovernmental organizations, journalists and political opponents in Belarus. The reports we have received from grassroots activists and journalists echo the… Read more »