Nonviolence Incorporation Releases Statement on International Human Solidarity Day

Coinciding with International Human Rights Solidarity Day on December 20, Nonviolence Incorporation published a statement that reads as follows:

“The world leaders designated December 20, as the International Human Solidarity Day, in a bid to spread the culture of cooperation and solidarity among human societies all around the world. In 2006, the United Nations declared solidarity as one of the basic principles in relations between all countries. Nonviolence Incorporation underscores the need for solidarity and lends its full support to expanding the spirit of cooperation worldwide, particularly in the wake of armed conflicts, political tensions and economic bullying. It should be noticed that all social spectrums have serious complaints with respect to the violation of their human and social rights, which are endorsed by the UN conventions. Therefore, there needs to be joint efforts to establish humanitarian programs in all parts of the world.”