Jean-Paul du Jura

Walk for Survival - non fundraising

My Activity Tracking

160
kms

My target 160 kms

I am walking for

The Jai Jagat was launched by the Indian association Ekta Parishad to demand an alternative to the dominant economic model, which is devastating for both people and the climate. It aims to bring together the "voiceless" from all over the world: evicted peasants, migrants, precarious and/or unemployed workers, indigenous peoples, exploited women and children, etc... Our team supported the Jai Jagat by walking from several places in France to the city of Geneva.

My Achievements

Hit 5km!

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Reached distance goal

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My Updates

Tuesday 24th Nov
The Jai Jagat was launched by the Indian association Ekta Parishad to demand an alternative to the dominant economic model, which is devastating for both people and the climate. It aims to bring together the "voiceless" from all over the world: evicted peasants, migrants, precarious and/or unemployed workers, indigenous peoples, exploited women and children, etc... Our team supported the Jai Jagat by walking from several places in France to the city of Geneva.

March to Geneva for Justice and Peace

Tuesday 24th Nov
The Jai Jagat was launched by the Indian association Ekta Parishad to demand an alternative to the dominant economic model, which is devastating for both people and the climate. It aims to bring together the "voiceless" from all over the world: evicted peasants, migrants, precarious and/or unemployed workers, indigenous peoples, exploited women and children, etc... Our team supported the Jai Jagat by walking from several places in France to the city of Geneva.

A Genève pour la Justice et la Paix !

Tuesday 10th Nov

La Jai Jagat a été lancée par l'association indienne Ekta Parishad pour revendiquer une alternative au modèle économique dominant, dévastateur à la fois pour les personnes et pour le climat. Il s'agit de fédérer les "sans-voix" du monde entier : paysans et paysannes expulsé·e·s, migrant·e·s, travailleurs et travailleuses précaires et/ou sans emploi, peuples autochtones, femmes et enfants exploité·e·s... Notre équipe soutenu la Jai Jagat en marchant depuis plusieurs lieux en France vers la ville de Genève.