In anticipation of the Canada Public Pension Investment Boards’s (CPPIB) biennial public meetings this fall, we take this opportunity to call out its choice to invest in the destruction of the planet and human rights year after year. #WorldBEYONDWar
We need change-making—both big and small—around the world, that challenges the structural causes of militarism, corrupt capitalism, and climate catastrophe, while at the same time, concretely creating an alternative system based on a just and sustainable peace.
In an effort to strengthen the recently announced temporary truce and further incentivize Saudi Arabia to stay at the negotiation table, nearly 70 national organizations wrote and urged Congress “to cosponsor and publicly support Representatives Jayapal and DeFazio’s forthcoming War Powers Resolution to end U.S. military participation in the Saudi-led coalition’s war on Yemen.
Forty Organizations Urge Congress Not to Make Yemen Even Worse in a coalition letter.
In response to the growing threat of a new war in Ukraine an international movement for peace and human rights is forming. In collaboration with European Alternatives and the Washington-based Foreign Policy in Focus we are pleased to host this international appeal to recover the spirit of the Helsinki Accords.
Peace organisations and individuals in all regions of the world are invited to participate in this campaign either in cooperation with Veterans Global Peace Network or separately and should feel free to adopt or adapt the suggestions in this document.
Tackling Torture at the Top, a committee of Women Against Military Madness, a non-profit organization founded nearly 40 years ago, is sponsoring a call-in to Attorney General Merrick Garland to urge the Department of Justice to drop all charges and free Julian Assange.