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Today, 23 June, Quakers in Britain release a ground-breaking film in the build-up to Armed Forces Day (27 June).
Amnesty International has responded to David Cameron's announcement that the UK government is to allow ‘modest expansion’ of its resettlement scheme for Syrian refugees.
Members of the Northern Friends Peace Board met in Glasgow on 13 June to discuss issues from community peacebuilding to the Trident nuclear weapons system.
Donors attending today's Geneva pledging conference for South Sudan should address a massive funding shortfall ofmore than $1.1 billion, say humanitarian agencies.
The Mediterranean is the most dangerous sea route for refugees and migrants, says Amnesty International as it launches a new report at the start of Refugee Week.
Millions of people in Iraq are in need of greater assistance, says the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, following a two-day visit to the country
At its Annual General Meeting in London on 6 June, Pax Christi celebrated women peacemakers and the work of its General Secretary, Pat Gaffney over 25 years.
Reports have emerged that the US government is considering deploying land-based nuclear missiles in Europe that could pre-emptively destroy Russian weapons.
Amnesty International has said David Cameron was “completely wrong” to say that “the vast majority of Mediterranean migrants are not asylum-seekers”.
Increased fighting in South Sudan’s Unity State has forced a Christian Aid partner in the area to stop temporarily giving aid to those in desperate need.