Latest News from Pax Christi Scotland
From 'The Scottish Catholic' March 2022
Our Letter to Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and Russia
Pax Christi at Faslane
Grace Buckley speaking at the first anniversary of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons coming into force. Pax Christi Scotland joined Scottish CND, ICAN, Catholic Worker, Peace Camp members, Justice and Peace Scotland and others on January 22, 2022 at the gates of the nuclear installation at Faslane.
Marian Pallister. Chair of Pax Christi Scotland, speaking at the gates of Faslane nuclear base on the anniversary of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons coming into force, January 22, 2022.
Joint Letter on Sri Lanka Police Training
Sri Lanka joint letter
Pax Christi Scotland, working with Human Rights Watch, Freedom From Torture, and Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice, has sought further answers from the Justice Minister, Police Scotland and the Police Scotland Authority about the issue of training personnel from Sri Lanka, where human rights violations are alleged to be escalating. ************ August 16, …
Pax Christi Scotland has been working ecumenically to promote the Korea Peace Appeal, and on Sunday, July 25, we will host a Zoom event at which Sandy Sneddon, Church of Scotland Asia Secretary, Faith Impact Forum, and Anselmo Lee of Pax Christi Korea will explore the current situation in Korea and the hopes for future peace. The Korea Peace Appeal campaign lasts until July 27, 2023, the 70th anniversary of the Korea Armistice. It aims to collect 100,000,000 signatures. We would urge Pax Christi Scotland members and friends to sign here. Then go to our contact page and let us know your action, so that we can encourage our Pax Christi Korea friends.
Partnership with ICAN Approved
Pax Christi Scotland has been accepted as a partner of ICAN - The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and Nobel Peace Prize winner, one of 45 new partners. Read more about the vital work of ICAN here.