following World War II, to unite forces of peace supported by countries of the world socialist system and other states, international working class, Communist and workers' parties, national liberation movements and popular masses. 1st World Congress of Partisans of Peace, 20-25 Apr 1949. Governing body is World Peace Council (WPC), having taken over this activity, 22 Nov 1950, from World Committee of the World Congress of the Partisans of Peace.
As an international mass movement, work for a stable and indestructible peace, regardless of differences in nationality or in political or religious beliefs.Available with paid subscription only.
Supports national liberation movements and mass demonstrations and meetings related to disarmament, colonialism, conscription, etc. Organizes campaigns for disarmament and abolition of nuclear weapons.
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