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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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...

Syria: Sieges still matter says PAX with final Siege Watch report

The final Siege Watch report, “Out of Sight, Out of Mind: the Aftermath of Syria’s Sieges,” published in March, offers a summary of six years of sieges and considers the current needs of the victims...

USA: "Spirituality and a Culture of Peace" webinar available for viewing

Jacqueline Haessly, Ph.D. explains how to bring the spirituality of nonviolence into every facet of life and teaches how to embrace and embody a culture of peace in her webinar, "Spirituality & a Culture of Peace", presented by Pax Christi USA...

Belgium: Pax Christi Flanders supports prize to eliminate bullying in schools

With the 'Bullying no more!' prize for schools, the Choose Color Against Bullying Network each year honours the schools that are working on the most serious anti-bullying policies...

Europe: PAX releases report and video on "The EU as a Peace Project - Scenarios for 2040"

The search for a truly citizen-centered Europe can only be a joint efforts of many: the EU bodies, the EU member states, but also civil society organisations, local governments and local citizens’ initiatives can and must contribute...

Belgium: BePax is collaborating on a dialogue around populism, racism and the extreme right in May

From concrete cases in Belgium and Italy, we propose to analyse the articulation between populism, racism and the extreme right, returning first to the meaning of the words in order to better understand why and how racist and far-right narratives "vampirise" the political debate, within three weeks of the triple regional, federal and European elections on May 26, 2019...

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