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Live @ Jai Jagat 2020

Live events happening at the Jai Jagat Campaign will appear here…so stay tuned friends.


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.


Upcoming Events

  1. September 11th- Karuna Samvaad-Dialogue of Compassion and Empathy- This is the celebration of Vinoba Bhave’s 125th Birth Anniversary year. It’s a 2-hour reflection event on the state of the world’s poor and marginalized communities. 
  2. September 21st : Fasting for Peace- A day long fast in commemoration of the International Day of Peace along with discussions and deliberations. Webinar on Building Back Better, IST 1330-1530 , CET 1000-1200, GMT 0800-1000
  3. September 22nd, 23rd, 24th: On each day there will be a solidarity meeting between various Jai Jagat support organizations and the marchers. This will be a chance to share some of the Jai Jagat work going on in different countries.
  4. July 30th to September 25th: In continuation of the Global Jai Jagat Peace March, 50-100 people are marching into Geneva from several destinations in France and Switzerland. The objective behind these marches is to bring many of the local issues to the attention of United Nations and Global Policy Makers.
  5. September 26th ,The Meal – 11.30am – 2.30pm CET (Physical Meet with live streaming) at Plaine de Palais. There will be other Meal events in various countries. 
  6. September 28th: 2 webinars on Indigenous issues focusing on India, Europe, Canada & Mexico:
  7. September 29th: Webinar on Youth Engagement
  8. September 30th : Panel 1: Women and Land: A conversation between Indian and Nepali Activists, Penal 2: Arts, Handicrafts, and Peace Tourism: A conversation between India and Iran, Panel 3: Women’s Exploitation and Human Trafficking (Spain)
  9. October 1st: Webinar on Re-imagining a Nonviolent Economy (Part I)
  10. October 2nd: Seminar and Plenary in Geneva for Jai Jagat 2020: Re-imagining a Global-Local Non- Violent Economy (part II) and JJ Looking forward 2020 – 2030
  11. October 2nd: Celebration in various countries of Gandhi-Kasturba’s 151st Birthday (India, Mexico, Canada, Europe, Georgia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and many more countries) 
  12. October 11th: Celebration of Jayaprakash Narayan Anniversary Event

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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?

Write to us at contact@jaijagat2020.org



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