Category: Nonviolence, a style of politics for peace

Honouring Religious Sisters in DR Congo

Tribute to religious sisters in the war-torn region of the Great Lakes in Africa March 8, International Women’s Day, is an opportunity to support these women who care for people who have endured atrocities. The religious sisters introduced below extend often the only aid and social structures to which vulnerable people and victims of violence

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European Parliament members receive factsheets on advocacy priorities

Brussels – The new members of the European Parliament (MEPs) met for the first time on 2-4 July in Strasbourg and its Committees and Sub-Committees on Foreign Affairs, International Trade, Development, Human Rights and Security and Defence have been formed. It’s therefore a timely moment for Pax Christi International, together with some of its European

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Empowering New Generations for Active Nonviolence

“Active nonviolence happens when peaceful means are used to promote one’s ideas, fight injustice or resist aggression. It happens when respect for one’s adversary is preached. It happens when one advocates for a struggle that does not undermine the integrity … of one’s opponent.” — A young participant in the Kinshasa training, Democratic Republic of

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