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'Not One Step Back': A song to promote conscientious objection in Spain
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.- The Spanish organization Professionals for Ethics has released a music video of a song promoting the right of parents to conscientiously object to the government-sponsored course Education for Citizenship.

The purpose of the initiative is to raise funds and secure sponsors for distributing information about the right to object to the controversial course.  The song is called, “Ni un paso atrás” (Not One Step Back) and the video can be seen on YouTube.com. 

The organization said it planned to print 25,000 DVDs of the video and distribute them to parents to help them resist attempts to force their children to attend the course.  The DVD will include the video of the song, as well as additional legal and practical information.

“We are in negotiations with a national weekly about having the DVD included as an insert,” representatives of the organization said.  They also explained the need for sponsors to cover the costs of producing the DVD. More information on collaborating with the project can be obtained by writing [email protected]

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October 21, 2014

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