Pax Christi International

Pax Christi International issues statement on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights

Resources and reflections for peace during the Advent and Christmas seasons

Colombian delegation visits Brussels for an advocacy tour on the peace process and extractivism

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

Former Pax Christi International Board member part of panel on "Women's Voices in the Abuse Crisis" in Rome on 27 November

Pax Christi International member organisation DHUMA receives international human rights award

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

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

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

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Statement of Pax Christi International on Article 9

Pax Christi International is deeply concerned about efforts to revise or remove Article 9 from the Japanese Constitution. Article 9 has been a sign of hope for a world that yearns for deep, inclusive and lasting peace. It has encouraged dialogue and diplomacy, helping Japan to become...

Lessons from 10 years of international involvement in Iraq

It has been 10 years since Iraq was invaded by a US-led coalition and the regime of Saddam Hussein was toppled. The invasion led to one of the most violent periods in Iraqi history, during which the present Iraq was shaped. International involvement placed a heavy mark on the process of...

12th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

The 12th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues will be held on 20 - 31 May 2013 at the UN headquarters in New York. Beth Begley, Patrick Ryan and Mary McDonald will be representing Pax Christi International at this meeting. A provisional...

Pax Christi International calls for the immediate liberation of the two kidnapped bishops in Syria

Pax Christi International calls for the immediate liberation of Yohanna Ibrahim, the Syriac Orthodox archbishop of Aleppo, and Paul Yazigi, the Greek Orthodox archbishop of Aleppo in Syria. The two archbishops reportedly were kidnapped, and a deacon driving them...

Pax Christi International on Peace Spirituality

Since the beginning, Pax Christi has sustained attention to the spirituality that nourishes our movement and has an impact on the priorities and effectiveness of our work for peace. This spirituality, with roots in, for example, the dignity of every person, active nonviolence...

Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention

As of 1 June 2013, all 27 European Union member states will be bound by the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention, or Ottawa Convention, which entered into force on 1 March 1999. The Convention aims at achieving a world free of anti-personnel mines, ending the suffering...

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