Solidarity across national borders, What are some good examples?

The nature of the state includes its defense of national borders. Hundreds of years ago, city-states defended themselves with fortifications and armed guards, but now the cities have open borders and it is only the state that limits the movement of people. Historically, it can be seen as one of the aspects of the culture of war.

Civil society organizations often work to reduce the barriers with those in neighboring states. Here are examples from Cyprus, Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic), Northern Europe (Norway and Russia), Central America (Guatemala and Belize) and the Great Lakes region of Africa, among others.

Here are the CPNN articles on this subject:

Rutilio Escandón holds meeting with Rigoberta Menchú, Nobel Peace Prize winner

G5 Sahel: Heads of State announce Prize for the promotion of the culture of peace

Senegal: Launch of the National Initiative “Resilience at the Borders”

Neighbours as friends, not enemies: Nordic-Russian seminar, PRIO, Oslo, 3.- 4. February 2020

EDUCATION: Imagine programme helping to reconcile divided Cyprus

Haiti – Dominican Republic : “For a culture of peace at the binational level”, theme of the 8th edition (2019) of the week of the diaspora

Nordic trip to Russia: Neighbours As Friends, Not Enemies

Belize and Guatemala host Garifuna Cultural Event

A Visit to Russia for “Life Extension” of the Planet

Central Africa: ICGLR Summit On Formal Peace Education in the Great Lakes Region Concludes in Nairobi

The Gambia: ‘African countries must unite’

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