Debate at Petersham Town Hall on 22 April 2015 at 6.00pm Gallipoli and Anzac after 100 Years - Lessons and the Prospects for Peace Today Click here to register
The Gallipoli Centenary Peace Campaign is hosting a public forum entitled 'Gallipoli and Anzac after 100 Years - Lessons and the Prospects for Peace Today' on Wednesday 22 April. A generous Q&A session to encourage audience participation will follow presentations from our three speakers: Douglas Newton(historian), Margot Pearson (WILPF) and Anne Noonan (MAPW).
Pax Christi came into existence at the end of World War II. Building on the initial inspiration of Madame Marie-Marthe Dortel-Claudot, a small group of French men and women, inspired by the Gospel, had the vision, the faith and the courage to foster a movement for reconciliation. During the 1960s the movement spread to most…
Pax Christi Australia believes that our commitment to peace places us in a long tradition of people who have dreamed of a new heaven and a new earth where mercy and truth have met, justice and peace have embraced; where the integrity of creation is celebrated in freedom and the walls of separation are dissolved…
Recommendation of the week: Mediators Beyond Borders presents “Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness”. In Beyond Right & Wrong, a woman who survived the death of her five children wonders if she can forgive the man who killed them. A victim’s daughter strikes up an unusual friendship with the bomber who killed…
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has produced a report on Asylum Trends 2014 (Levels and Trends in Industrialized Countries) - This report demonstrates just how few refugees Australia takes compared to other countries in the world"
“Pax Christi Peace Stories”, the Pax Christi International’s blog, aims to be a special forum where selected voices within our international movement reflect and share their experiences as peacemakers. It is a blog dedicated to feature peace voices around us... More, it is an effort to encourage us to pay more attention to those existing peace voices.
These stories allow readers to connect and gain insight into Pax Christi’s mission of creating cultures of peace and reconciliation. They are little windows open to share peace stories with all those eager to listen to the good news that peace is possible.
We need more peace storytelling and we need to pay more attention to peace storytellers. We deserve to have peace storytelling in our lives, as well. But more importantly, as peacemakers, we have also a vocation to share peace stories. We need to make peace storytelling pervasive!
Secretary-General of Pax Christi International