Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/No-War-Action-in-Chile-27MZIFC18HS.htmlConceptually similarNo War Action in ChileGP0XM7Completed★★★★No War Action in ChileGP0RQUCompleted★★★★War Anniversary Demonstration in ChileGP09JACompleted★★★★No War Demonstration in ChileGP0MAQCompleted★★★★No War Demonstration in ChileGP016C1Completed★★★★★★Protest Against Violence in the Field in BrazilGP0STRB5DCompleted★★★★★★Protest Against Violence in the Field in BrazilGP0STRB5ECompleted★★★★Protest Against Violence in the Field in BrazilGP0STRB6ACompleted★★★★Protest Against Violence in the Field in BrazilGP0STRB6BCompleted★★★★View AllGP0PQONo War Action in ChileActivists lay down on the ground next to crosses acting as they were dead during an action in front of the Government House in Santiago. Greenpeace is against the proposed US led war to Iraq and calls on all governments to veto any resolution that supports war. A banner in the background reads in Spanish 'President vote no to death'.Locations:Chile-Santiago (Chile)-South AmericaDate:7 Mar, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Francisco VentosaMaximum size:2048px X 1353pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Christian crosses-Death-Greenpeace activists-Peace-Props-Street theatre actions-WarsShoot:No War Action in ChileGreenpeace activists created a 'live cemetery' in front of the Government House in Santiago, as the UN (United Nations) Security Council meets in New York. Forty activists, dressed in black, erected 70 white crosses on the grass at the main entrance of the building and lay down on the ground pretending to be dead. Greenpeace is protesting against the proposed US led war to Iraq and is calling on all governments to veto any resolution that supports war.