STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES

You shall not pervert the justice due a stranger (Deuteronomy 24:17). Justice and Peace is dismayed by the outcome of the political agreement reached last December 20 on the reform of asylum procedures in the European Union, which gives the final green light to the implementation of the European Pact on Migration and Asylum.

Every year is demonstrated by the lack of political ambition at the Climate Summits that the environment is as much a little brother as the poorest people on the planet.

We face increasingly populist politics and growing authoritarianism. We suffer from an avalanche of misinformation online and offline, and an alarming spread of conflict and violence. All of these factors impede our progress toward a freer and more just world. For this reason, the General Commission for Justice and Peace addressed ethics in...

On 18, 19 and 20 November 2022, around sixty people from Justice and Peace, together with sister organisations Cáritas Española and CONFER; D. Romà Casanova, Bishop of Vic; and D. Javier Vilanova, accompanying Bishop of the General Commission, gathered at the Cave of St. Ignatius in Manresa. We have chosen this place for the annual...

The following Saturday after Easter, when it is celebrated by the Orthodox Church, the Spanish Commission for Justice and Peace held a webinar on the situation of the Palestinian people.

In view of the events that have been taking place in recent days in Ukraine due to geostrategic interests between the European Union, the United States and Russia, the Spanish Commission for Justice and Peace recalls that dialogue and negotiation are the only ways to seek peace. Violence, armed deterrence and provocation in a conflict are never the...