Catholic Peacebuilding and Mining featured in Peace Policy
Catholic Peacebuilding and Mining: Integral Peace, Development, and Ecology featured in the latest issue of the Kroc Institute's Peace Policy series and an accompanying episode of the Kroc Cast: Peace Studies Conversations.
Catholic Peacebuilding and Mining: Integral Peace, Development and Ecology
A new book co-edited by CPN Assistant Director Caesar A. Montevecchio and CPN Coordinator Gerard F. Powers, now available for pre-order.
Podcast: A Conversation with Nickolas Roth of the Stimson Center
A new episode The Kroc Cast: Peace Studies Conversation featuring a conversation with PhD student Sean Raming and Nickolas Roth, director of the Stimson Center’s Nuclear Security Program and International Nuclear Security Forum.
Catholic News Archive "Gearing Up" Virtual Round Table
SSCC Statement on 10th Anniversary of Independence
Statement from the South Sudan Council of Churches marking the tenth anniversary of the nation's independence.
[C]onflicts have rendered our first ten years of independence 'a wasted decade.'
Untangling Renewable Energy from Extractivist Development
CPN's Caesar A. Montevecchio in the Keough School of Global Affairs' Dignity and Development blog series.
Webinar Series in Observance of World Water Day
The Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development is hosting a series of five webinars starting March 22 in observance of World Water Day.
Webinar examining Pope Francis' trip to Iraq
Webinar examining Pope Francis' trip to Iraq
Virtual Event on Religious Minorities in Pakistan
In Memoriam: Former Secretary of State George Shultz
Former Secretary of State George Shultz, leader on nuclear disarmament, passed away February 6.
Statement from Cardinal Bo on the coup in Myanmar
Cardinal Charles Bo of Yangon, Myanmar has issued a statement on the recent military coup in the country. Cardinal Bo has been a leading voice for peace for many years, and his message is an important one at this fragile time for the people of Myanmar.
Statement from Cardinal Bo Feb 3 2021
The Catholic Church and Peacebuilding
Catholic Peacebuilding in the DRC
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.
Webinar: Catholic Peacebuilding in the DRC
Catholic Peacebuildin the DRC: Challenges, Opportunities, and Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa. July 8, 10:30 EDT / 14:30 UTC. Registration required.
New Anti-Terrorism Law in the Philippines
Catholic groups in the Philiipines fear the new proposed anti-terrorism law will lead to grave human rights problems and state violence and impunity.
Peace Accords Matrix Fourth Report on Colombian Peace Accord
Live virtual launch of the Fourth Comprehensive Report on the Colombian Peace Accord from the Kroc Institute's Peace Accords Matrix Barometer Initiative. June 16 at noon (EDT) in Spanish, June 17 at noon (EDT) in English. Registration required.
Bishops in Burundi note election irregularities
After May 20 elections, the Catholic bishops of Burundi decry voting irregularties and urge peace.
Cardinal Onaiyekan Foundation for Peace 2020-21 Fellowship
2020-21 Fellowship opportunity with the Cardinal Onaiyekan Foundation for Peace in Nigeria. The fellowship is for a certificate in interreligious dialogue and mediation, intended mainly to help build capacity for local and religious peacemakers. Applications are due by June 30.
Ecospirituality vs. Extractivism
Online conference from Iglesias y Minería, "Eco-Spirituality against Mining Extractivism ... Challenges in light of the Amazon Synod and in times of pandemic."
10:00 AM US Eastern / 14:00 UTC
Webinar: Global Dimensions of the Coronavirus Crisis
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: The Papacy Confronts Coronavirus
Tuesday, May 5, 12:00-1:00 US Eastern, RSVP required. Organized by Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and the Initaitive for Catholic Social Thought in Public Life.
Online Dialogue on the end of the ELN Ceasefire
CINEP/PPP in Bogotá to host an online dialogue on the end of the ELN's ceasefire, April 30, 5:00 PM EDT.
The People's Dialogue Webinar on Extractives and COVID-19
Webinar on April 22 examining COVID-19, extractivism, and climate change
Order of Malta statement on coronavirus in conflict zones
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
Pope Francis calls for global ceasefire
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis calls for global ceasefire.
It’s necessary to overcome antagonisms and oppositions through dialogue and a constructive search for peace
JPIC Webinar on Mining Justice
Webinar recording featuring Bishop Vicente Ferreira, CSsR, and Fr. Rodrigo Peret, OFM, sponsored by the Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation Commission of the Union of Superiors General-Union of International Superiors General.
Kroc Cast Podcast on Peace Studies in Conflict Zones
New episode of the Kroc Cast Podcast examines doing peace studies in areas with active conflict
Berkley Center Forum: The Pope and the Bomb
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs features "The Pope and the Bomb" in its online Forum series.