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Remarks by Pax Christi International Co-President Marie Dennis at international conference on nuclear disarmament in Kazakhstan

Increased tensions in Ukraine: Call for sufficient political efforts by the international community

Pax Christi International Senior Policy Advisor Fr. Paul Lansu reflects on how it takes ideas to win peace

"Strengthen the Global Ban on Biological Weapons," a Pax Christi International statement to PrepCom BTWC

Churches and Mining Network in Latin America to meet in Bogota in September

As the fighting escalates in South Sudan, read our most recent statement

New backgrounder on the developing situation in Turkey following the recent coup attempt

Report from the historic "Nonviolence and Just Peace" conference, in April 2016, Rome

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Pax Christi UK takes a creative approach to raising awareness about Palestine

A small group based at St. Dunstan’s in Birmingham has started holding a stall at the monthly Kings Heath farmers’ market in order to sell Palestinian goods and to raise awareness of the situation in Palestine/Israel...

Pax Christi USA explores racial justice at national conference

Earlier this month, Pax Christi USA hosted a national gathering entitled, "Building the Beloved Community," which was focused on the necessity of creative nonviolence, social justice, and racial justice...

Remarks by Pax Christi International Co-President Marie Dennis at international conference on nuclear disarmament in Kazakhstan

The following remarks were delivered by Pax Christi International Co-President Marie Dennis in her position as a panelist at the "Building a Nuclear Weapon-Free World" conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, 28-29 August...

Pax Christi Germany welcomes peace agreement in Colombia

German human rights and development organisations have welcomed the final text of the peace agreement bringing the long conflict in Colombia to an end. According to our member...

Op-ed from Pax Christi Flanders staff member on the movement to ban nuclear weapons

The UN Open-ended Working Group (OEWG) on nuclear disarmament met last week in Geneva. An overwhelming majority of the 107 countries present supported a proposal to start negotiations in 2017 on a new international treaty banning nuclear weapons...

Conference of States Parties of the Arms Trade Treaty in Geneva this week

The second Conference of States Parties (CSP2) of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is currently being held in Geneva this week. Over 100 states have registered to attend the conference...

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