Join people from all across the UK who care about the lives of innocent people and #RallyForAleppo outside Downing Street on Saturday, October 22.

This is the chance to take a giant stride towards stopping the heartbreaking violence in Syria.

In Aleppo, hundreds of bombs are being dropped every day on a population roughly the size of Coventry – this is one of the worst war crimes in living memory and it can’t be allowed to continue.

If huge numbers of us turn up, we’ll show the Prime Minister Theresa May and other politicians that they must do more to stop the killing and protect the people of Aleppo, including 100,000 innocent children who are living under the bombs. It’s on every one of us who cares about peace and the protection of civilians to do what we can to stop the killing.

Some of the world’s biggest charities are coming together on Saturday to demand the British Government set out a plan to stop the slaughter of innocent children in Syria, make sure you’re there to add your voice. This will be a very family friendly event so come along with everyone you can bring and please bring a teddy bear if you can, we’ll be placing a huge pile at the Prime Minister’s door for the children of Aleppo.

Together we can make a real difference and save lives. The UK government has a huge role to play in protecting the innocent in Aleppo so let’s send a powerful message this Saturday in a huge rally outside Downing Street.

Please join and SHARE the event with your friends so we can stop the violence.


The organisations involved are:

Amnesty International UK
Big Heart
Council on Arab British Understanding (CAABU)
CARE International UK
Christian Aid
Doctors of the World UK
Human Appeal
International Rescue Committee UK
Syria Relief
The Syria Campaign
War Child
Sunday Mirror and Daily Mirror

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  1. K SHESHU BABU says:

    Tremendous efforts to save Aleppo. People from other countries also should stand solidarity with these organisations in stopping bombings of Syrian cities by any country, especially on residential areas.

  2. chris harries says:

    Sounds like the Imperial Fan Club to me.