Pax Christi International

Pax Christi International holds side-event at UN discussing the latest draft of the nuclear weapons ban treaty

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

Urgent call for action in the Philippines

Pax Christi International delegation meets EU High Representative's office to raise the voice of Palestinians

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

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Spain: Young people met with the motto "Go looking for Jesus who loves you ... who follows you"

Between July 20th and 23rd, we met a group of young people from different provinces of Cuba and several Servants of San José to live together, share, work and deepen in following Jesus...

Haiti: considerations on the general situation of the country by our member organisation

For two to three months, the CRAN has not been heard. That was because the CRAN observed the government action...

Pax Christi International's Senior Policy Advisor Paul Lansu wrote reflections about tensions between Israelis and Palestinians

In July 2017, tensions between Israelis and Palestinians rose again after violence on and around the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. 50 years after the commencement of the occupation of Palestinian territories, peace in the region seems further away than ever...

Pax Christi International's statement on the occasion of Hiroshima Day and Nagasaki Day

There’s a difference to this year’s anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: A substantial majority of the world’s governments has just adopted a binding legal ban on nuclear weapons...

Venezuela: Red Clamor, the CELAM -Latin American Bishop's Council-Network on Migration expresses solidarity

The organizations of the Catholic Church that work in the pastoral care of migrants, displaced persons, refugees and victims of human trafficking, united with the support of the Latin American Episcopal Council (CELAM) in the CLAMOR Network, express our solidarity with the Venezuelan people...

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