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On April 1st, Russia will assume the Presidency of the Security Council, the most powerful body of the United Nations. This is an affront to justice and to the 18 million people severely affected by Putin's evil invasion of Ukraine. We must act.

Join us in getting countries to boycott the body & paralyze Russia’s month-long presidency. How? We are pressuring democracy-loving countries not to show up: if 7 out of 15 Security Council member states join the boycott, Russia won’t be able to get anything passed.

Add your name to this petition, share it with friends, and we will share the complete list of supporters with the Ambassadors of the United Nations with our demand every day throughout April. Be on the right side of history. Join #UNBoycottRussia.

And if you can, go the extra mile by sharing it with friends, family & the internet - find a template social media action below. 

We hope you’ll stand with Ukraine.

The Atlas Team 🇺🇦👊 


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Take a picture with the sign “Boycott Russia at the United Nations #UNBoycottRussia” and this can be a caption:

#Russia is about to take on the Presidency of the #UNSecurityCouncil. We call for a boycott to stop this shame: if 7 of 15 member nations join, the body will be paralyzed. Join #UNBoycottRussia, sign this letter to the @UN, #StandWithUkraine


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