Route

Main Route

The route in the same way as the 1st World March is taken as reference. With the particularity of starting and ending it in Madrid.

The tentative calendar of the route with the dates of entry to and exit from the continents in January 2019 was the following:

  • EUROPE: Madrid 2/10/2019, Cádiz 6/10
  • WEST AFRICA: Tanger 8/10, Dakar 3/11
  • EAST AFRICA: Adis Abeba 18/11, Johannesburgo 17/12
  • MEDITERRANEAN SEA ROUTE: Geneva 27/10, Barcelona 4/11, Argel 15/11, Tunis 26/11, Palermo 3/12, Civitavecchia 6/12, Livorno 18/12
  • NORTH-CENTRE AMERICA: New-York 4/11, San José de Costa Rica 25/11, Panama 30/11
  • SOUTH AMERICA: Pacific Corridor: Bogotá 3/12, Santiago de Chile 23/12; Atlantic Corridor: Caracas 3/12, Buenos Aires 23/12
  • OCEANIA-ASIA: Wellington 5/1/2020, New Delhi 28/1/2020
  • EUROPE: Moscow 6/2/2020, Madrid 8/3/2020

From March 2019 till October, locations and dates will be confirmed and/or modified. All the routes can be seen in the events section:

Converging Route

The joining initiatives along the trunk line route as well as converging routes will be numerous and will give even more strength and intensity to the WM. There were many examples in the 1st WM. Such as a group of young women marching for 10 days in New Zealand to incorporate themselves in the commencement of the WM in Wellington. Also the routes of Middle-East-Balkans or South Africa-Oriental, both of which marched through various countries and thousands of km.

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