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Musicians engage against the threat of nuclear war and climate change

Getting involved in this initiative is possible with little effort and at no cost.

The aim of this initiative is to improve awareness among the population about the risk of nuclear war and to reach many people in this way. The aim of these pages is to draw attention to the risks, but no political demands are associated with this. Further information on the objectives (length: 1 page): www.fwes.info/imanw-ziele-en.pdf

In order to reach many people, it is not enough for names of musicians and bands to appear on the page https://mit-musik-gegen-atomkrieg.de/Unterstuetzer/. Because this page is visited by too few people. The pages of bands and musicians are visited a lot, especially if they are very well known. That is why information about the risk of nuclear war is particularly important on such pages.

Dear musicians, help us, put support notes on your website, for example:

  • We support the initiative imanw.org

  • I support peace initiatives, such as imanw.org and …

  • Peace is important, that’s why we support …

  • For the preservation of peace, I support …

  • Social commitment: imanw.org , …

 Other domains can also be chosen or links to other organisations of the peace movement can be set (see also atomkrieg-aus-versehen.de/en/was-kann-ich-tun/ at the bottom).

If you place a corresponding reference on your homepage, you can send this to mail@akav.de or karlhans@blaesius.net . A corresponding entry will then be included at mit-musik-gegen-atomkrieg.de/gb/Unterstuetzer/.

If a large number of musicians join in, this can lead to an initiative comparable to the initiatives “Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War” (www.ippnw.de) and “Advocates against Nuclear Weapons” (www.ialana.de). Musicians can reach far more people with their messages than other initiatives and can thus make an important contribution to reducing the risk of nuclear war.

This call is addressed to all musicians, both internationally known and only regionally active.