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People around the world will mark Prisoners for Peace Day on Saturday, drawing attention to conscientious objectors and others imprisoned for resisting war.
Religious leaders have warned of mass suffering in Sudan’s so-called ‘Two Areas’, as bombardment intensifies and civilians become targets.
As the humanitarian crisis in eastern Congo worsens, with thousands of people fleeing new fighting, Oxfam is stepping up its supply of aid.
African Catholic Church leaders who met in Kinshasa recently say escalating violence in the east of DR Congo is causing a major humanitarian tragedy.
The struggle against the proliferation of small arms and light weapons "is critical for peace and security in Africa,” a churches' consultation has heard.
Middle East expert and Ekklesia associate Dr Harry Hagopian will be interviewed live from the studio by twelve BBC regional stations on Sunday, 25th November, 7-9 AM (UK-GMT).
Participants from Latin America will meet in Guatemala next week for a regional consultation on peace and human security in the continent.
International NGOs have welcomed the commencement of a ceasefire in Gaza and urged all parties to reach a lasting, comprehensive and just peace.
The National Coalition of Christian Organizations in Palestine (NCCOP) has called for international solidarity in ending aggression against Gaza.
A group of 38 development agencies has urged world leaders to take swift action to enforce a ceasefire in Gaza as death and destruction increases.