On Saturday May 20 2017 a demonstration against NATO took place on Wenceslas Square in the centre of Prague, Czech Republic. Protest was organised by the Czech Peace Movement in the framework of the international campaign of the World Peace Council "YES TO PEACE! NO TO NATO!" and was directed against the upcomming NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium.
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On May 2 2017 peace loving people of many countries remembered the third anniversary of the fascist masacre in the Trade Union House Odessa. The Czech Peace Movement together with other Czech peace and anti-fascist organizations commemorated on Wenceslas Square in Prague dozens of victims of this fascist muredrous attack in Odessa. Representative of the Czech Peace Movement Milan Krajča, underlined the importance to rember crime i Odessa three years ago as well as the role imperialism played in Ukraine openly supporting fascist and reactionary forces.
The Czech Peace Movement co-organised a public meeting in Prague, Czech Republic on November 17 to commemorate the International Students' Day which was declared after the german nazi-fascist massacre against Czech students movement in 1939. Demonstration was supported by several peace and anti fascist organizations.
Two weeks before the Warsaw NATO summit a demonstration against NATO took place in Prague, Czech Republic. The peace demonstration was organised by several peace organizations and the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia on Wenceslas Square in Prague city centre on Saturday 25 June 2016.
On Saturday 11 June 2016 the peace assembly against NATO took place at the Municipality Hall of Prague. Event was organised under slogan of the World Peace Council´s campaign „YES TO PEACE! NO TO NATO!“ and was organised by the Czech Peace Movement and the Association of Soldiers against War and was supported by several peace organizations and initiatives.
The Czech Peace Movement and association of Soldiers against War, with the support by other peace forces, will organize a Peace Meeting against NATO under the slogan of the WPC campaign "Yes to Peace! No to NATO!" Meeting will take place at the Prague City Hall on Saturday, June 11.
On the occasion of a national holiday October 28th 2015, the day 97th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Peace Movement organised in cooperation with other peace and anti-war organizations and initiatives, a demonstration for peace, democracy and sovereignty. The demonstration took place on the Square of the Republic in the center of Prague.
This manifestation took place September 28, 2015 in Venceslav Square in the center of Prague and was co-organised by the Czech Peace Movement (together with some other peace and antiwar initiatives) as part of the campaign against NATO which still continues, e. g. collection of signateres under a petition demanding the disengagement of the country from NATO with the aim to present them at the end of October during a special event in the Parliament of the Czech Republic .
The Czech Peace Movement is taking part in the anti-NATO protests in the Czech Republic, against the country’s membership to NATO.