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The General Assembly of the United Nations in 2007 approved that each year on the 2 October as the international day of No Violence it is celebrated as a way to raise awareness regarding the need to seek peace, understanding, empathy, and tolerance and to create a brotherhood among people.

According to statistical data every year there are 1.6 million people lose their lives due to acts violence in various countries due to the impotence of their families, neighbours, friends and society.

The NGO Remar works in several countries with people who have suffered from acts of violence and whose lives have changed radically because of the death of there loved ones. Like the case in Guatemala where for 4 years, a monthly meeting is held with widows of bus drivers killed by gangs of delinquents, men who have lost their lives whilst working, leaving there wives and there children, Remar in Guatemala provides them with food, clothing, footwear and courses of baking which are being taught so that women can learn a way of financing themselves in difficult situations.

The NGO also works in the Refugee Camps in Greece since 2015 where thousands of people continue to live without a solution for them and their families, the thousands of refugees are people who one day had to leave their homes, all there belongings and the life that they had due to war and violence, embarking on a difficult path in which they have no way out.

The NGO Remar on the International Day of No Violence continues to work with men and young people who for over 36 years have left the streets and have abandoned the life of violence, crime, drug addiction and becoming useful to society without violence and future ahead.

The NGO Remar opening a path of peace and solidarity.
“Finally, brothers and sisters, rejoice! Strive for full restoration, encourage one another, be of one mind, live in peace. And the God of love and peace will be with you.” 2 2 Corinthians 13.11

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