Justice and Peace denounces the culture of death behind the European and Spanish migration policy that claims thousands of lives every year
STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES
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...
Annual Conference Final Statement in Valladolid of Spanish General Commission for Justice and Peace
New report shows diverging implementation of the European Conflict Minerals Regulation across EU Member States: Spain needs to improve
A Coalition of European NGOs working on responsible mineral sourcing have published a review paper discussing the state of implementation of the European Conflict Minerals Regulation across European Union (EU) Member States. The report highlights the shortcomings of the Regulation and the general lack of transparency that hinders effective and...
The COVID-19 pandemic has once again shown that we live in a very unequal world in which people in impoverished countries are always the most vulnerable. Over the past year we have seen statistics on the lack of doctors, hospital beds, medicines and basic health supplies in many countries to cope with the pandemic. In addition, millions of...
For Justice and Peace family, Arcadi's death has given rise to mixed feelings, both of sorrow for his death and of deep gratitude for his life.
Justice and Peace points the culture of eco-social care as a response to the cry of impoverished people
Yesterday the General Commission for Justice and Peace held a seminar on the second Laudato si' goal: Response to the Cry of the Poor.
Migrantes con Derechos points out that the conditions set by the Constitutional Court for border rejections in Ceuta and Melilla must be met
Press release International Migrants Day - December 18
Justice and Peace Highlights Responses to Ecological Deterioration on International Human Rights Day
Madrid, December 10th, 2020 - The General Commission of Justice and Peace held a seminar on the first objective Laudato si' to respond to the clamor of the Earth. Increased use of clean and renewable energy and reduction of fossil fuels in order to achieve carbon neutrality, protect and promote biodiversity or ensure universal access to clean water...