Velkommen med på tur til Irland og Nord-Irland!

BFP Norge sammen med Mayor For Peace planlegger kampanje for fred og menneskerettigheter og mot atomvåpenbruk. Vi har samarbeidet i 2014 og 2015. I 2014: Manchester-Roma-Kina-Japan-Kansas C-W DC-Oppegård-Frogn-Oslo-Skien. Skottland. 2015: W DC til N Y. Vi inviterer med oss politikere i Norge og andre land på denne turen. BFP og MFP er partipolitisk nøytrale. Man må ikke være ordfører for å delta. Man sykler mye og kjører buss en del for å nå avtalene underveis.

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Interview on Ukrainian TV

The president of Bike For Peace, Tore Naerland, was receintly visiting the Donestsk area in Ukraine to learn more about the war in Ukraine, and to cooperate with the Peace Institute in Ukraine to try to find out how we, together with the people of Ukraine, can end this war.

 

Please see the full interview here:

 

Kolkata – Dhaka 2017

Bike for Peace meets Saber Hossain Chowdhury, President of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, who spoke about Disarmament for Development.

He invited BFP to bike from Kolkata to Dhaka to participate in National Conference for Nuclear Abolition.

 

We need to STOP war in Syria!

We need to STOP war in Syria! Syrian women speak on realities of conflict and hopes for future.

With Sabiha Khalil, Syrian Women’s Network Legal Committee and Wejdan Nassif, Coordinating Committee of Syrian Women’s Network.

We need to encourage women worldwide to be more active to stop this war!

World Peace Congress

At the World Peace Congress we had the honor to meet Tawakkol Karman, Nobel Peace Prize winner 2011 from Yemen and Liv Torres, Director of Nobel Peace Center, Norway.

Bike for Peace will support initiative for peace negotiation in Yemen. We invite Norwegian peace organizations and peace negotiators to be part of it!

Meting with Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine

Today Tore Naerland and Anastasiya Odnoroh met the Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine on European Integration Mykola Movchan and we discussed future projects between “Bike for Peace” and Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine

Tore Naerland's photo.

The project we discussed :

Proposal of cooperation in European integration of Ukraine and peacemaking process and program for USA

Bike for Peace in cooperation with organization We Are For Peace Today will organize InterEuropeanPeace Ride 2017
In Europe the route is following:
20.08.17-30.08.17Lviv-Warsaw-Berlin
And after that we continue to Copenhagen – boat – Oslo – bike to Bergen and opening there the World competition for cicling 16.09.17.
In Usa the route is following:
15.03.17- 30.03.17 San-Francisco – LosAngeles
14.07.17 – 21.07.17 Kansas City – Washington DC
Slogan for this tour is follow:
1. Peace in East Ukraine – peace in the whole world
2. Support the people who is disable because of the war
3. Abolish nuclear weapons now!
4. Support of victim of nuclear testing

Bicycle-tour Moscow to St.Petersburg

Bicycle-tour Moscow to St.Petersburg from the 11th to the 22nd of August 2016.

Bike for Peace will bike with the Russian Cycle Touring Club. We are five going; Rigmor Festø, Svein Aronsen, Ole Folkvord, Maria Bilyk and Tore Nærland.

Other participants come from the UK, Canda, Russia, Singapore and China.

On Saturday we met with the Norwegian Ambassador to Russia, Leidulv Namtvedt. We have spoken to officials in Moscow who will help us to set up meetings with members of parliament etc.

Bike For Peace and the Peaceride in Russia 1983

Report about Norways efforts in Afghanistan

Bjørn Tore Godal has written a very good and critical review on the war in Afghanistan 2001-2014.

Thanks very much to mr. Godal and the members of the Comittee pointed out by the Norwegian Government and the Liberal Party in Norway initiated it. We hope the NATO-members and the Norwegian Government have learned from this report. 2300 people were killed on 9.11. Godal reports that 90.000 have been killed in Afghanistan. 10 of them were Norwegians. There has also been reported higher numbers of casualties through these years.

We hope all politicians will learn from what they have done.

We are very sad for those who lost their lives on 9.11, in Afghanistan and all other war-infected areas of the world.

The peace-movement has to be more active from now on to find more peaceful solutions.