2011/11/25

Series of “No To Compulsory Recruitment” articles - Part 7: How Can You Help Us


Of course this movement won’t succeed in achieving its goals by the effort of the small active group in it.
We need all the possible help to be able to change the laws which regulate conscription in Egypt.

These are things you can help us with and that we wish that everyone does it in order to achieve our goals.

1- Personal publicity
Tell the ones you know and you friends about the ide… Try to convince them with it. Try to introduce them to us and introduce us to them… We need to reach everyone in Egypt.

2- Electronic publicity
Tell your friends and the ones you know about the website or the groups of the movement… Advertise continuously for our website and our articles on your blog, your group or your page… Encourage people to visit our website and to interact with the articles published in it.

3- The book
Help us that the book reaches each house in Egypt… Discuss the ideas of the book with the people around you.

4- Political and media support
If you have relations with journalists, politicians or parliamentarians, you may convince them to be concerned with our movement… Or at least give them a copy of the book and link us to them.

I hope that we all do all of these things in order to be able to achieve our goal and abolish conscription.

Related links:
* No to Compulsory Military Recruitment - an overview - (page)
* Series of "No To Compulsory Recruitment" articles - Part 1: Conscription System and it’s Legal Framework
* Series of "No To Compulsory Recruitment" articles - Part 2: Why are we Against Conscription?
* Series of “No To Compulsory Recruitment” articles - Part 3: The Unconstitutionality of Conscription
* Series of “No To Compulsory Recruitment” articles - Part 4: Conscientious Objection
* Series of “No To Compulsory Recruitment” articles - Part 5: What's the Alternative? The Voluntary Recruiting System
* Series of “No To Compulsory Recruitment” articles - Part 6: Summary of our Demands

Map for conscription in the world:-
Green: No armed forces
Blue: No enforced conscription
Orange: Plan to abolish conscription in the near future
Red: Conscription (notice that European countries which have conscription don't mistreat recruits and acknowledge conscientious objection to refuse recruitment)

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