21-04-2017 PAX is urging the Dutch government to take a number of steps to prevent the situation in South Sudan from deteriorating further. The recommendations are aimed at fostering the Action Plan for Peace, national dialogue, transitional justice and civic space.Protection of Civilians, Africa
13-04-2017 “Every test in our lives makes us bitter or better. Every problem breaks us or makes us. The choice is ours; whether we become victims or victorious,” writes Bishop Paride Taban.
10-04-2017 What deals has the British arms manufacturer BAE made with the Saudi prince Bandar bin Sultan? And what role did former prime minister Tony Blair play in making these deals?Humanitarian Disarmament, Middle East
05-04-2017 Dutch peace organisation PAX is appalled that yet another chemical attack has taken place in Syria, despite repeated UN Security Council commitments to end the use of banned chemical weapons and hold responsible parties accountable.Middle East
04-04-2017 Last week, 132 countries took part in the first round of negotiations at the United Nations on a nuclear weapons ban. Survivors of the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, survivors of nuclear tests, civil society organizations such as PAX, and other experts actively participated in the talks.Humanitarian Disarmament
30-03-2017 The Swedish energy company Vattenfall has concluded an investigation into the human rights impact associated with coal mining in Colombia. PAX accompanied the investigators for part of their mission and witnessed first-hand their good, critical questions and that they allocated sufficient time for a thorough inquiry.Natural Resources, Conflict & Human Rights, Colombia
23-03-2017 Yet another mass expulsion is underway in Syria. Thousands of residents of the al-Waer district of Homs are being taken away under threat of violence as part of a Russian brokered forced surrender deal between opposition leaders in al-Waer and the Assad regime.Protection of Civilians, Middle East