Who organizes the March?
The march is organized upon the initiative of Società Libera, a cultural study center not affiliated to any party whose purpose is the promotion of individual liberties.
What kind of march is it?
It is a SILENT march, in the same style of the pacific marches of Ghandi, non-violent and participative. The people marching want to be WITNESSES of the current situation of human rights, in order to raise the awareness in public opinion on the themes of human rights and individual liberties that, in todays global society, seem to have been marginalized to a second place behind mere economic and commercial needs.
How long does it last?
Due to the current Covid-19 situation instead of marching, participants will meet directly at the Sanctuary of Madonna del Sorbo.
Will the March take place if it rains?
In which city does the March take place?
This year the march will be held at the Sanctuary of Madonna del Sorbo in CAMPAGNANO DI ROMA (Rome – Italy)
What are the routes?
As stated above, due to the current Covid-19 situation instead of marching, participants will meet directly at the Sanctuary of Madonna del Sorbo.
What do I need to do in order to participate?
If you actively want to participate to the March you just need to show up at the departure point of the above mentioned routes. As previously said it is a silent march, in order to think about the current situation of individual liberties and human rights in the world. The March, therefore, also has a meditative purpose and aims at being a moment of reflection and aggregation.
Can I carry with me a symbol/flag of a specific community that I want to represent?
Yes. Everybody is allowed to carry a symbol of any community that for different reasons (oppression by authoritarian regimes in their country, violation of human rights) is oppressed or sees denied its own freedom of expression.