Pax Christi International

"Implementing the New Commitments to Peace", a shared statement for the International Day of Peace

Nuclear weapons ban treaty open for signatures starting 20 September

Pax Christi International honours ZODEVITE with 2017 Pax Christi International Peace Award

Pax Christi International statement on North Korea-USA crisis

In 2017, help us raise awareness around nonviolence as a force that is changing our world #ThisIsNonviolence

Enough! Time to end the 50 year Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories

Four things you can do right now to help us expand our reach on social media!


Obituary: Pax Christi International mourns the passing of Rev. Karel Eilers

Fr. Karel had been a dedicated, long-term volunteer with the Secretariat of Pax Christi International since 1995. His passion and expertise was on peace spirituality and peace theology, as well as on ecumenical dialogue and collaboration...

Sweden: Between co-option and autonomy: Grassroots CVE initiatives as the alternative?

This issue of the Horn of Africa Bulletin (HAB) follows from the January-February 2016 issue of the HAB which also focused on countering violent extremism (CVE)...

World Week for Peace for Palestine and Israel: Pax Christi International sends letters to Vatican and national church leaders

On the occasion of the World Week for Peace for Palestine and Israel (WWPPI), Pax Christi International has sent letters to the Vatican's Secretary of State and Secretary for Relations with States drawing attention to the situation of the Palestinians...

STATEMENT: Implementing the New Commitments to Peace, a shared statement for the International Day of Peace

The following statement, "Implementing the New Commitments to Peace", is a shared statement by peacebuilding organisations released for the International Day of Peace, 21 September 2017. Pax Christi International is a signatory to the statement...

Philippines: Pax Christi Pilipinas tells government to sign the nuclear weapons ban treaty

Pax Christi-Pilipinas believes that the continued existence of nuclear weapons causes insecurity among states which in turn fuels the need to possess them. Nuclear weapons, whether used or not, have humanitarian consequences...

New UN nuclear weapons ban treaty: Open for signature by governments starting today

The treaty will be open for signatures to all states at UN Headquarters in New York on 20 September 2017 during the High-Level Segment of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly...