Jai Jagat manifesto intends to stir courage by offering a vision to people, especially the young, with a sense of their own power, and learn to express in a myriad ways.

The manifesto is available in the following languages: English, French, Spanish, Georgian and Hindi; download the copy from here.


Stepping Stones for Jai Jagat 2021-2030

  “Jai Jagat 2020” is a global campaign for justice and peace rooted in the thought and practice of Gandhi. The main action was the Global Peace March, launched on 2nd October 2019 in New Delhi, aiming to walk through 10 countries until reaching Geneva in September 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the March had to be suspended in Armenia, as well as most of other planned marches and activities. The suspension of the campaign offered the opportunity to learn from the past and to take the time to plan a  new campaign.

It is decided now to reshape the campaign as “Jai Jagat 2021-2030”, a ten years movement.

 Save the date and join our virtual global Relaunch of a nonviolent Movement and a worldwide Campaign for Justice and Peace, on Saturday Jan. 30th at 3 PM UTC+1

Zoom & Facebook Live

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: jaijagat


Map offers the many local yet globally relevant individual/collective nonviolent actions that are taking place across the globe; those that lead to the well-being of all and enable better interaction between local action and global change. 

Do you know any nonviolent local action taking place? Want to learn and host training camps? Or simply wish to collaborate/ volunteer?

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