Pax Christi International

Terror will not prevail: Pax Christi International on the terrorist attacks in Beirut and Paris

All energy should go to political negotiations for a solution in Syria

The continuing need to address the root causes of forced displacement

During Advent and Christmas, send messages of hope and solidarity to Bethlehem


Reaction on Belgium’s policy papers on foreign affairs and defence

Pax Christi Flanders has released an extensive commentary on the annual policy paper of Belgian's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Defence. Topics include the military and foreign policy, the global refugee crisis, the fight against terrorism...

Pax Christi International endorses statement on Syrian refugees in U.S.

Pax Christi International, Pax Christi USA, several member organisations and other national Catholic groups signed a letter to the U.S. Congress urging lawmakers to not reject Syrian refugees out of fear.

Training on children’s rights in Chile

The Children’s Rights Unit of Serpaj Chile, a member of Pax Christi International, organised a workshop on 3-5 Nov to teach participants how to implement educational strategies for various situations involving the violation of children’s rights...

Jesuit Refugee Service-Thailand shares an interview from refugee camp

Pax Christi International member organisation Jesuit Relief Service-Thailand (JRS-T) posted a new interview on its website with Pasquino, a high school head teacher from one of the two camps in Mae Hong Son province where JRS-T works...

Pax Christi Aotearoa New Zealand hosts discussion to “Living Laudato Si’”

On 19 November Pax Christi Aotearoa New Zealand hosted a discussion on how we can live Laudato Si' – in our prayer life, our family life, our buying patterns and our parishes. The discussion was led by Patrick Doherty, economist...

Pax Christi Flanders leads workshop on “active nonviolence”

On 22 November Pax Christi Flanders will lead a workshop entitled "Active Nonviolence" as part of the open day planned by the organization “Sortir de la Violence” In which 18 interactive workshops have been organised in France and Belgium