The nonviolence that Gandhi advocated and practiced has shown us that there are very powerful tools to fight injustice in a constructive way.
Today, the effects of the health crisis and the energy, climate and financial emergencies make the need for global cooperation and coordinated actions more necessary than ever before, as well as direct actions to end the war.
The School for a Culture of Peace's report, ‘Alerta 2022!’, analyzes armed conflicts and tensions in the world, while identifying opportunities for peacebuilding.
A joint mission of NOVACT and the International Catalan Institute for Peace (ICIP) has traveled to the conflict to gather support and document citizen resistance initiatives, which will be captured in a series of videos.
Neus Sotomayor of Unipau and Antoni Soler of Fundipau reflect on the militarism triggered by the Ukrainian war and why pacifism and non-violence must be emphasized to prevent conflict.
A nuclear exchange would be catastrophic, and nuclear war between the US and Russia would present an existential threat.
Russia is not only violating the sovereignty of one of it’s neighbours and its people, but is also questioning the whole architecture of global security, and is using the fragile situation of a dysfunctional and ineffective UN Security Council.
The peace movement can make an important contribution to this process of détente through popular diplomacy from below.
The activist and writer talks about the importance of education as a tool for resolving conflicts in Afghanistan.
“Good education” requires treating others with respect and consideration. Violence is just the opposite; it is a form of relationship that is characterized by a total lack of respect.
Next autumn, the capital of Catalonia will host a large gathering of international movements for peace and justice.