Meet-up details for Peace Pilgrimage for Syria.


Please find below some practical details for the Peace Pilgrimage for Syria, taking place in central London on Tuesday 10th December – International Human Rights Day.

There will be two groups starting from different locations, so that all the key embassies and offices can be comfortably covered on foot. You are welcome to join either group.

– Group A will meet on Kensington High Street, outside High Street Kensington tube, at 12noon, calling at the embassies of Russia, Israel, Iraq, Kuwait, Iran and France;

Contact:  Dan – 07506 234 091

–  Group B will meet outside the office of the UNHCR* (UN Refugee Agency) at 12noon, calling in at Downing Street / the Foreign Office and the Chinese embassy.

*UNHCR, Strand Bridge House, 138-142  Strand, London WC2R 1HH

Nearest tube: Temple

Contact:  Simon – 07963 475 196

The two groups will converge at the US embassy* (24 Grosvenor Square W1A 2LQ) at 3.30pm, before walking together to the embassies of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Germany, ending with a candlelit vigil outside the Syrian embassy** (8 Belgrave Square SW1X 8PH) from 6pm (ending by 8pm).*US embassy map:
Nearest tube: Bond Street / Marble Arch

**Syrian embassy map:
Nearest tube: Knightsbridge / Hyde Park Corner

The total distance covered by each group will be around 5 miles.

Please bring food and drink to share during the day (hot tea or coffee in a Thermos flask would be great), as well as warm clothing and wet weather gear, if needed. If you have any rainbow peace flags or similar, feel free to bring those as well.

For further information:

– Website:

– Promo vids:
      > Teaser (0:30):
      > Full length (4:30):
 – Twitter: @SyriaPJ  – Facebook: Syria Peace & Justice

To let us know you are coming, and for any other queries:

– E-mail: syriapeaceandjustice [at]
 – Tel: 07466 838 320  or  07506 234 091

7 thoughts on “Meet-up details for Peace Pilgrimage for Syria.

  1. This all looks very commendable and extremely well-organized. May I suggest an addition to the text or banners – “Assad forces’ sieges of towns and cities must end – people are dying of starvation and disease!”
    Good luck, hope the weather is fine. Wish I could be with you!

  2. Thank you for your positive comment and good wishes, Therese.

    As far as the text of our flyer is concerned, I think your point is already covered by demands 1 and 2:

    “An immediate ceasefire, especially in besieged areas with urgent humanitarian needs”

    “All Syrian and foreign parties to address the desperate humanitarian situation and end all human rights abuses without further violence”

    Best wishes,

  3. Thank God the Syrian people and their army are winning this war and driving back these foreign fanatics who are invading their beloved homeland. Syria is winning and most Syrians are backing their president. Let us not fudge the issue. Syria is being attacked by proxy forces of Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and NATO undercover troops. The people are suffering but they are so proud of their young men who are winning and beating back these jihadist savages.

    • Hi Des,

      We (Syria Peace and Justice) want to see peace in Syria and an end to the involvement of foreign troops and fighters, many of whom appear to have an agenda of their own that seemingly has little to do with the welfare of the Syrian people. We think there should be an end to all foreign military interference in Syria. The atrocities have to stop on all sides. We are particularly concerned about the plight of unarmed civilians – especially the children – caught in the middle of the violence, and the survivors and those lucky enough to escape are deeply traumatised. The international community must do more to bring an end to the violence and suffering, but we are opposed to foreign military intervention and believe that further militarisation of the conflict / revolution will only lead to greater suffering on all sides. Peace and justice for the people of Syria, peace for the world.

      In peace,

      • Agree 100% with your comments above Dan. Des is swallowing the regime propaganda hook, line and sinker. Assad imported the terrorist Hezbollah forces in to Syria to re-take Qusayr because his army could not do it alone. Des conveniently omits this when he refers to “jihadist savages.” Hezbollah has been condemned world-wide as a terorist organization, but I guess if they are Assad’s terrorists that is fine with Des.

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