Pax Christi International

STATEMENT: Today’s historic meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un: key points to be included in follow-up talks for peace and disarmament

STATEMENT: International Catholic community decries President Trump’s decision to end U.S. participation in Iran deal

Pax Christi International organises Mexico meeting with Latin American members and partners to discuss extractives, share experiences of resistance

POSITION PAPER: Pax Christi International releases position paper calling the international community to support nonviolent policy options for sustainable peace

Pax Christi International announces No Boundaries Coalition of USA as 2018 Peace Award Laureates

"Choosing Peace", a new book by Pax Christi International Co-President Marie Dennis examines the Catholic Church's return to gospel nonviolence

Pax Christi Int'l launches programme on empowering new generations on active nonviolence, entrepreneurship in Burundi, Rwanda, & DRC

In the DR Congo, "This is what NONVIOLENCE looks like!" #ThisIsNonviolence


Pax Christi Italy participates in the Arena di Pace e Disarmo 2014

On the 25 of April, Pax Christi Italy participates in the "Arena di Pace e Disarmo 2014", an event of resistance and liberation organised in the Verona Arena, Italy. The main goal of the "Arena di Pace e Disarmo" is to shake off the fears and...

Pax Christi International attends EPLO's General Assembly meetings

The sessions will start with a round-table on "Crisis Response and State Fragility: Lessons from France’s Engagement." Pax Christi International’s Senior Policy Advisor, Paul Lansu, will attend.

Pax Christi Diocese of Münster signs an open letter to the members of the German Parliament

Pax Christi Diocese of Münster, Germany, has sent an open letter to the members of the Parliament demanding stronger engagement of the German government with peace processes.

Pax Christi participates in the Soka Gakkai conference on the Humanitarian Consequences of Nuclear Weapons

Science and policy leaders will join to consider the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons, and discuss pathways for collaboration between the faith and secular advocacy communities in the areas of non-proliferation and disarmament.

Pax Christi International co-signs a letter in support of the people of Western Sahara

On 16 of April, prior to the United Nations Security Council meeting on Western Sahara, 116 organisations from 21 countries issued a letter calling for the UN Security Council members to agree an expansion of the current MINURSO...

PAX Netherlands co-signs letter asking for better protection of civilians in DRC

PAX Netherlands, together with several Congolese and international civil society groups, co-signed a letter calling on the UN peacekeeping mission to DR Congo MONUSCO to improve their efforts to protect civilians against the Lord’s...