Pax Christi International

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

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

Pax Christi International mourns the death of International Board member Fr. Neles Tebay of the Papua Peace Network

Pax Christi International, member organisations release manifesto on the May 2019 elections of the European Parliament

Pax Christi International signs onto statement calling on European member states to support the Council of Europe

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

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Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de las Casas on the eviction of 75 Tzotzil families

Pax Christi member Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de las Casas (Frayba) has reported the eviction of 75 families from the Tzotzil community in Mexico. According to the Human Rights Centre, the police forced the families...

Pax Christi UK rolls out Peace Plans for World War I Commemoration

Over the coming months, Pax Christi UK along with other UK peace groups will be preparing events and creating resources to ensure that the World War I commemorations reflect the need for repentance and forgiveness and lead...

Pax Christi Wallonie-Bruxelles on the ongoing conflict in Syria

In a recent article Pax Christi Wallonie-Bruxelles analyses the ongoing conflict in Syria. The article points out that almost three years after the start of protests against the regime of Bashar al- Assad, the regime is still in place and...

Women in peace processes: challenges ahead

Fourteen years after the unanimous adoption of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) on Women, Peace and Security, the striking absence of women from formal peace...

Pax Christi USA signs petition calling for diplomacy in dealing with Iran

Pax Christi USA has signed a letter to US Congress members asking them to choose diplomacy over sanctions in engaging with Iran. The letter urges people to oppose additional sanctions or any other action that could undermine the negotiation...

Pax Christi Germany calls for national policy changes restraining arms exports

Pax Christi Germany and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) call for policy changes at national level to restrict German arms exports to areas of tension and dictatorship. In particular, the two peace organisations...

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