The march will take place in different places in Wallonia and will visit different projects that are active in the urban agriculture field, eco-feminism, agro ecology, sobriety, theatre, solidarity with poor people and with migrants. This aims to be a march of individual, collective and social transformation.
Volunteers will logistically supervise the march in Belgium: by assembling and disassembling tents, supporting the kitchen team, installing dry toilets and a mobile kitchen, loading and unloading of vans,…. The work will be done mainly in the morning and in the evening. Volunteers will have free time to discover different places, but they could also march some days if they wish to. Every evening, they will be invited to participate in the debates and presentations.
Accommodatie en maaltijden
In tent (provided by the partner). A solution will be provided in case of bad weather (spending the night in a building). Bring your mattress and your sleeping bag.
Locatie en vrije tijd
The march will start from Molenbeek in Brussels and will go through Ixelles, Etterbeek, Wattermael-Boisfort and then will stop in different places in Wallonia: Huldenberg Leuven, Grez-Doiceau, Beauvechain, Jodoigne, Perwez, Fernelmont, Namur. See project Jai Jagat 4.2, if you want to participate to as a volunteer or as a walker (in this case financial contribution for your food will be asked).
The work will be quite physical. To be interested in the topics. Two projects lasting two weeks and a half to cover the march are offered. It is possible to do one of them, both or one project only together with a part of the march.
Afterwards, there will be the possibility to continue towards Geneva, in order to take part in the international week JAI JAGAT from Sept. 26th to Oct. 3rd, together with walkers from New Delhi (one march started in Delhi last October 2nd 2019) and other countries (Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Italy, England, France, Germany) . One huge forum bringing together all the participants and the population of Geneva, will present at the ONU the developed program during the marches, for a new way of development to push the United Nations to act for justice and peace throughout the world.