Todos Somos Colombia


Humanizar Colombia, Más allá de la Paz. *Paz es educación gratuita y de calidad *Paz es justicia social *Paz es salud universal de calidad *Paz es preservar nuestro medio ambiente *Paz es oportunidades económicas para todos

Seventh Letter to My Friends by Silo


This is a collection of ten open letters expressing Silo's sociopolitical philosophy in a form that is both a critique and a proposal for change — it has provoked a wide spectrum of sometimes conflicting opinions. You can download the full book of letters (PDF) Destructive Chaos or Revolution Of What Revolution Are We Speaking? Action Fronts in the Revolutionary Process Revolutionary Process and Revolutionary Direction Dear Friends, This letter will speak of social revolution. But how is this possible, since certain arbiters of ...

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  • “Nonviolence, need of the hour”

    “Nonviolence, need of the hour”

    The Hindu With the world going through a turmoil, it should embrace nonviolence if the social, cultural and political crisis had to be addressed without making the world a terrible place, said Fernando A. Garcia, a writer and activist from Argentina, Speaking at a function organised here on Sunday to mark Nelson ...

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  • Todos Somos Colombia

    Todos Somos Colombia

    Humanizar Colombia, Más allá de la Paz. *Paz es educación gratuita y de calidad *Paz es justicia social *Paz es salud universal de calidad *Paz es preservar nuestro medio ambiente *Paz es oportunidades económicas para todos

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  • Opening of Silo’s Message Small Hall in Queens, NY

    Opening of Silo’s Message Small Hall in Queens, NY

    NY 06/10/2016  Yesterday was the inauguration of the first Small Hall of Silo’s Message on the East Coast of the United States. Located in Astoria, Queens, the site will serve the diverse ethnic communities of the area. Initial groups in English and Spanish are already formed and the coordinators are ...

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  • WHAT sobre el futuro: Juan Antonio Melé

    WHAT sobre el futuro: Juan Antonio Melé from WHAT on Vimeo. "El arte deberá ser tan importante en la educación como las matemáticas o la gramática, porque desarrolla nuestra capacidad emocional". Juan Antonio Melé dejó su puesto de director territorial en la caja de ahorros donde llevaba trabajando 30 años para ...

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“Nonviolence, need of the hour”


The Hindu With the world going through a turmoil, it should embrace nonviolence if the social, cultural and political crisis had to be addressed without making the world a terrible place, said Fernando A. Garcia, a writer and activist from Argentina, Speaking at a function organised here on Sunday to mark Nelson Mandela International day, Mr. Garcia said that the rapid transformation of the world was inevitable. “But what does it transform into is in our hands. We need to take all the good things from the old world to the new world, the most important of that being nonviolence,” he said. Full Article

Opening of Silo’s Message Small Hall in Queens, NY


NY 06/10/2016  Yesterday was the inauguration of the first Small Hall of Silo’s Message on the East Coast of the United States. Located in Astoria, Queens, the site will serve the diverse ethnic communities of the area. Initial groups in English and Spanish are already formed and the coordinators are looking to start a Portuguese-speaking group. The hall will be used for meetings of the Communities of Silo’s Message, as well as for ceremonies, study, and special celebrations. Silo’s Message states that all human beings should have full rights to believe, or not to believe, in immortality and the sacred. The Message gives the utmost importance to the themes of immortality and the sacred because, depending on how a person places him or herself with respect to these themes, so will be his or her orientation in life. Full Article

Book Review: Coffee with Silo and the Quest for Meaning in Life


A book by Pressenza co-director and first time author, Tony Robinson, has recently been published in Hungary.  It’s an autobiographical work which charts the author’s experiences as an activist in the Humanist Movement over 20 years but spans from his birth on the island of Guernsey off the coast of France to his present day situation living in Budapest, Hungary. The story takes us through his childhood, to the first stirrings of a social conscience and subsequently to his first encounter with the Humanist Party and a trip to Florence, Italy that became a pivotal moment in his life. Full Article