Recording of our webinar "Catholic Peacebuilding in the DRC: Challenges, Opportunities, and Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa" is now available. Translated French subtitles are available in the video settings.
Catholic groups in the Philiipines fear the new proposed anti-terrorism law will lead to grave human rights problems and state violence and impunity.
After May 20 elections, the Catholic bishops of Burundi decry voting irregularties and urge peace.
The Pope's stand is clear: the only path forward is nuclear disarmament and the complete elimination of nuclear weapons. Join former Secretary of Defense William Perry and former Secretary of State George Shultz for this important online event on May 20th at 2pm (PDT).
Webinar from Georgetown University's Initiative for Catholic Social Thought in Public Life featuring Cardinal Peter Turkson of the Vatican's Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development. Tuesday, May 12, 11:00AM US Eastern; RSVP required.
Webinar on April 22 examining COVID-19, extractivism, and climate change
Concerns are mounting for communities living in war ridden zones across the globe, where access to primary health care is little and scarce. Displaced people in these areas suffer from a shortage of drinking water, food and health services
It’s necessary to overcome antagonisms and oppositions through dialogue and a constructive search for peace
New episode of the Kroc Cast Podcast examines doing peace studies in areas with active conflict
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs features "The Pope and the Bomb" in its online Forum series.
New podcasts on justice, ethics, and activism in extractive industries, part of the Pulte Institute's "Global Pathways Podcast"
With facilitation from Sant'Egidio, opposition groups in South Sudan who did not sign the R-ARCSS agree to cease hostilities.