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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Open Letter to candidates to the Human Rights Council

ISHR issues a joint letter with 40 some NGO's, including Pax Christi International, signing on to this open letter on the elections to the Human Rights Council.

Civil society presentations on disarmament at the United Nations’ First Committee

The NGO committees present at the First Committee sessions of the UNGA in New York from 7 October - 5 November 2013 issued the following statements...

Two Years On: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

ALEF-Act for Human Rights issued a report entitled “Two Years On: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon” with the assistance of IKV Pax Christi.

GreenFaith Fellowship Program

With the support of Pax Christi International, Madeline C. Labriola has been accepted to the 2014 GreenFaith Fellowship Programme, an initiative that facilitates...

Nuclear Weapons: Threats and Solutions

On 28 October, the US-based Global Institute for Security held a special event at the United Nations entitled “Nuclear Weapons: Threats and Solutions.”

Call for improved efforts to end LRA atrocities

Leaders of civil society organizations from each country affected by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) as well as Europe and the United States met in Brussels in early October and issued a joint statement calling for urgent action to finally end LRA atrocities.

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