Pax Christi International

Pax Christi International delegation meets EU High Representative's office to raise the voice of Palestinians

Negotiations to ban nuclear weapons make a good start, despite opposition of nuclear-armed states

Four things you can do right now to help us expand our reach on social media!

In 2017, help us raise awareness around nonviolence as a force that is changing our world #ThisIsNonviolence

Statement on the situation in Syria and call for fasting in support of the people of Syria

Sign the petition asking the EU to suspend economic relations with Israel as response to move to legalise settlements

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Syria: PAX calls on UNSC to take action after chemical attack

Dutch peace organisation PAX is appalled that yet another chemical attack has taken place in Syria, despite repeated UN Security Council commitments to end the use of banned chemical weapons and hold responsible parties accountable...

United Nations: Negotiations to ban nuclear weapons make a good start, despite opposition of nuclear-armed states

One-hundred-thirty-two governments began history-making talks to ban nuclear weapons, 27-31 March 2017 at the United Nations...

Pax Christi International’s panel discussion on ‘Nonviolence: a Style of Politics for Peace’ to take place on the 21st of April in Brussels

At our 21 April event taking place in the afternoon we will focus on the potential of nonviolent strategies and tools, especially as part of EU policies responding to conflicts in the world...

South Africa: SA Catholic Bishop's Conference (SACBC) publishes statement to address the dismissal of the Minister of Finance which damages economy and the poor

The continuous reshuffling of the Ministry of Finance summits throw the Country into chaos and uncertainty and "are not in the interest of the economy and the poor". This was stated in a statement by His Exc. Mgr. Abel Gabuza ...

UK: Pax Christi UK marks the beginning of Lent with witness at military sites

Ash Wednesday marked the 35th year of Christian witness and protest to nuclear war preparations at the Ministry of Defence in London...

Philippines: Pax Christi in the Philippines opposes move toward the death penalty

The Catholic group Pax Christi Institute in Bacolod City opposed the death penalty, expressing fears about wrongful convictions under a corrupt justice system...

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