International Conference for the abolition of foreign military bases
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The International No Bases Network invites to join the International Conference for the Abolition of Foreign Military Bases, which will be held in Quito, Ecuador on March 5 - 9, 2007. The conference will gather anti-bases activists, individuals and organizations working in campaigns against war, against corporate-led globalization, militarism and imperialism; movements for disarmament, demilitarization, liberation, sovereignty, peace and justice. The Conference will be a working meeting to build objectives, action plans, coordination, communication and decision-making strategies for the Network. It will also express its solidarity with the Ecuadorian people in their struggle against the Manta Base. Conference’s official website / Choike’s in-depth report on Disarmament

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