Pax Christi International

Follow news from our participation in European Development Days, June 18-19

Pax Christi International announces the European Lawyers in Lesvos as recipient of the 2019 Peace Award

Join Pax Christi International and Pax Christi USA for a special fundraising concert in July in Washington, D.C.

Read the Pax Christi International report for 2018

PRESS RELEASE: Pax Christi International acknowledges 71 years of the Nakba

Pax Christi International sponsors special side-event during NPT PrepCom on May 9th

Faith leaders, peace practitioners deepen Church's commitment to nonviolence and peace at conference in Rome

Empowering new generations on active nonviolence, entrepreneurship in Burundi, Rwanda, & Democratic Republic of Congo


PRESS RELEASE: Pax Christi International acknowledges 71 years of the Nakba

Today, Palestinians throughout the West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem, Israel and the diaspora mark seventy-one years since the Nakba (Arabic for "The Catastrophe"). It marks the deliberate destruction of over 400 Palestinian towns and villages and the planned forced exodus of more than 750,000 men, women and children from their ancestral homes, between 1947 and 1948, to make way for the State of...

Pax Christi International, network members sign onto public statement for NPT PrepCom 2020

Pax Christi International, along with 15 member organisations, national sections and local groups, signed onto the "Public Statement to the Third Session of the Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT)"...

Pax Christi International submits written contribution to EU on human rights and democracy

Pax Christi International has submitted a written contribution to the EU on its forthcoming Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy (2020–2024), the successor of the present plan expiring at the end of 2019...

Belgium: PAX presents a conference on remote warfare in Brussels on 15 May

The shape of the EU's foreign, security and defence policies are changing. European defence investments are increasing against the backdrop of instability at Europe's borders and a previously reliable ally that is turning inwards...

Statement from Pax Christi Asia-Pacific on the Sri Lanka bombings

Pax Christi Asia-Pacific grieves the lives lost in the multiple suicide bombing attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, 21 April 2019. Claimed to have been carried out by the National Thowheeth Jama’ath, with aid from international militants, the bombings have killed more than 250 innocent people including children, with roughly 500 others wounded. The attacks struck three Christian churches and...

UK: Pax Christi UK calls for nuclear arms service to be scrapped

“Pax Christi does not regard the continuing possession of nuclear weapons by the UK as an achievement to be ‘marked’,” Theresa Alessandro, director of Pax Christi, told The Catholic Universe...