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Programmes

  • Mitrovica

    Kosovo

    PAX works to involve citizens from all of Kosovo’s communities in the local, national, and international policymaking processes that affect their lives. PAX strives to bring citizens together to address challenges of common interest, such as poor governance, weak rule of law, and the unresolved legacy of violent conflict.

    Local Governance and Peacebuilding, Dealing with the Past, Community Based Security and Citizens Rights The Balkans
  • South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya: Peace dialogue and reconciliation

    South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya: Peace dialogue and reconciliation

    PAX has co-founded a network of organisations and churches in South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya. Pax supports partners in facilitating peace dialogue between rivalling communities and the government to promote peace, security and collaboration.

    Dealing with the Past, Community Based Security and Citizens Rights Africa
  • Kuron Peace Village in South Sudan

    Kuron Peace Village in South Sudan

    Kuron Peace Village was founded by Bishop Paride Taban to unite the population in the area and set an example of peaceful cohabitation in war-torn South Sudan.

    Local Governance and Peacebuilding, Community Based Security and Citizens Rights Africa
  • Control arms campaign

    Arms Trade

    The arms trade can fuel ongoing conflicts and lead to serious human rights violations by repressive regimes and armed groups. Peace organisation PAX works towards stricter and more effective Dutch and international arms transfer controls. Since 2003 it has been an active member of the Control Arms Coalition committed to work towards a strong UN Arms Trade Treaty (ATT).

    Humanitarian Disarmament
  • Stop Killer Robots Campaign

    Killer Robots

    What are killer robots?
    Killer robots are autonomous weapon systems that can select and attack targets without meaningful human control. Which means the weapon system can use lethal force without a direct instruction from a human operator. This is a function that could be applied to various weapon systems, for instance a battle tank, a fighter jet or a ship.

    Humanitarian Disarmament
  • Explosive weapons in populated areas

    Explosive weapons in populated areas

    PAX calls for immediate action to prevent civilian suffering from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas (EWIPA). PAX is co-founder and member of the steering committee of the International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW).

    Humanitarian Disarmament
  • Conflict & Environment

    Conflict & Environment

    PAX works to document the environmental impact of new and ongoing conflicts, and to build better responses in order to reduce threats to public health and environmental risks for civilians.

    Humanitarian Disarmament Middle East
  • Nuclear Weapons

    Nuclear Weapons

    Nuclear weapons are weapons of mass destruction prohibited by an international treaty. PAX is working to make sure the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons enters into force rapidly, and is signed and ratified by The Netherlands. We do this through public campaigning, political lobbying and publications, including the annual Don't Bank on the Bomb global study on investments in nuclear weapons producers.

    Humanitarian Disarmament
  • Landmines

    Landmines

    The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) has been working to achieve a world without Landmines for over 20 years. As an active member, PAX takes part in this campaign to make sure landmines are eradicated for good. We encourage countries to commit themselves to the Mine Ban Treaty (MBT). We encourage states that are already members to strictly implement the treaty

    Humanitarian Disarmament
  • Unpaid Debt

    Oil Extraction in South Sudan

    Since 2001 PAX has committed itself to stop and prevent conflicts around oil extraction in (South) Sudan. Responsible oil extraction can contribute to just peace.

    Natural Resources, Conflict & Human Rights Africa