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UNO International Decades

2014–2024

United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All
2011–2020

Third International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism

United Nations Decade on Biodiversity

Decade of Action for Road Safety
2010–2020

United Nations Decade for Deserts and the Fight against Desertification
2008–2017

Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty
2006–2016

Decade of Recovery and Sustainable Development of the Affected Regions
(third decade after the Chernobyl disaster)

2005–2015

International Decade for Action, “Water for Life”
2005–2014

United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development

Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People
2003–2012

United Nations Literacy Decade: Education for All
2001–2010

International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence for the Children of the World

Decade to Roll Back Malaria in Developing Countries, Particularly in Africa

Second International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism
1997–2006

Decade for The Eradication for Poverty
1995–2004

Decade for Human Rights Education
1994–2004

Decade of the World's Indigenous People
1993–2003

Third Decade to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination
1991–2000

Second Industrial Development Decade for Africa

Second Transport and Communications Decade in Africa

United Nations Decade Against Drug Abuse

Fourth United Nations Development Decade
1990–2000

International Decade for the Eradification of Colonialism
1990–1999

United Nations Decade of International Law

International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction
1990's

Third Disarmament Decade
1988–1997

World Decade for Cultural Development
1983–1993

Second Decade to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination
1983–1992

United Nations Decade for Disabled Persons
1981–1990

International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade

Third United Nations Development Decade
1980–1990

Second Disarmament Decade
1980s

Industrial Development Decade for Africa 

1978–1988

Transport and Communications Decade for Africa
1976–1985

United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace
1973–1983 

Decade to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination
1971–1980

Second United Nations Development Decade
 1970

Disarmament Decade
1960–1970

United Nations Development Decade
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  1. Dear Partner,

    Now that the First Oscar – Mandela March in Puerto Rico is history, we can now begin to work on making an even bigger success of The First Oscar Mandela Protest in New York City. This year’s Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City a week before our protest will be dedicated to our political prisoner Oscar López Rivera.

    On Monday, June 23, 2014, the United Nations (UN) will be discussing again Puerto Rico’s colonial relationship with the United States. The UN is in its third decade trying to eradicate colonialism from the world, because of the belief that it constitutes a threat to world peace. Since this date is a week later than usual, our committee decided to have 2 protests this year.

    On the Monday, June 16, 2014, the day after Fathers’ Day, we will have our first protest in the park across from the UN on 46th Street and First Avenue from 8 AM to 5 PM to show the world that we too believe that colonialism is a crime against humanity. On the same day of the hearing, Monday June 23, we will have the second one. We will have a press conference in New York City to inform the public of the latest details of these event. We will need as many people at the protest as possible to make the government of the United States (US) comply with the 32 UN resolutions asking the US to decolonize immediately Puerto Rico. After this many resolutions, it is obvious that the US does not want to.

    President Obama recently showed the government of the United States’ hypocrisy about human rights. In his memorial ceremony speech, he had only praise for Nelson Mandela. He, however, has refused, despite the enormous pressure from Puerto Rico and the rest of the world, to release from prison Oscar López Rivera who is doing exactly what Mandela did. Oscar has already spent 6 more years in prison than the 27 that Mandela served. The US is happy when other countries decolonize their colonies, but the US wants to keep hers. What kind of democracy is this? Obviously, those who have colonies don’t believe in justice for all.

    Please tell your friends about this important protest for Oscar López Rivera’s release from prison, and to achieve what he has spent his life on, the decolonization of Puerto Rico.

    We will have a sheet of paper so that whoever who wants to get involved in the planning of this yearly permanent event in New York City can provide us with your contact information. If you wish, you can also email me right now at jlop28vislophis@yahoo.com.

    We look forward to greeting old and new partners in our struggle to provide real justice for all!

    Sincerely,
    José M López Sierra
    www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.blogspot.com
    Because, rights are not requested, they are demanded!

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