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IPB, METO, and IPPNW jointly released a statement on Israel-Palestine. This collaboration ensures it reflects our stance and local voices. Read the full statement and help us share it widely.

Please help spread this news to other organizations and Nobel Peace Laureates worldwide to support this nomination. Our united voices for conscientious objection can safeguard those who courageously defend their beliefs and peace advocates who reject violence.

In Memoriam: Johan Galtung

With heavy hearts, we mourn the passing of Johan Galtung, a legacy in the field of peace and conflict studies. Johan was a visionary, a pioneer, and a relentless advocate for peace, justice, and human rights. His contributions to the theory and practice of conflict resolution have left an indelible...

BUILD PEACE AND JUSTICE NOW!

Statement signed at 18 February 2024 at World Social Forum in Kathmandu, Nepal Nobody can doubt any longer that the multiple crises have deepened worldwide. Superpowers and market-oriented international institutions including the European Union, Russia, and the United States of America, NATO, the...

Exciting News: We are relaunching IPB’s Peace Education Program!

We are thrilled to announce the relaunch of the International Peace Bureau’s (IPB) Peace Education Program, opening with an enriching series of webinars centered around the pivotal topic of neutrality in international relations...

Honoring the Legacy of Fredrik S. Heffermehl: A Voice for Peace and a Final Masterpiece

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of Fredrik S. Heffermehl in late December 2023, a cherished member of our community and a relentless advocate for peace. As a distinguished lawyer, author, and former Vice President of the IPB, Heffermehl dedicated his life to the cause of peace and...

War opponent Boris Kagarlitsky is unexpectedly released in Russia

Press release from the People and Peace Network 12 December 2023War opponent Boris Kagarlitsky is unexpectedly released in Russia Today, the Russian war opponent Boris Kagarlitsky was released from prison in the trial in Suktyvkar. Unlike many other prominent opponents of Russia’s war of...

Joining Forces with the World Peace Foundation: Addressing the Intersection of Military, Climate, and Justice

We are honored to announce that IPB has been featured in the World Peace Foundation’s esteemed Movement Index. This recognition comes alongside the publication of their critical report, written by Nico Edwards, examining the complex interplay between military actions, climate change, and...

The military elephant in the room will lead to an unjust transition

Post-review of NATO Climate Killer Part 2: Climate Crossfire Webinar, recorded on December 2nd, 2023, during COP 28 Author: Pippa Bartolotti As we navigate COP 28, this webinar addressed the pertinent issues of military spending and its environmental ramifications. Ably introduced by the Canadian...

It’s Giving Tuesday!

Support Peace this Giving Tuesday: Help the International Peace Bureau Create a Better World! This Giving Tuesday, be part of a global generosity movement that has been inspiring action since 2012. Created as a day to encourage people to do good, GivingTuesday has evolved into a worldwide phenomenon...

Protest of the Shoes: Grieving Every Loss of Palestine

#ProtestoftheShoes: Grieving Every Loss of Palestine Ceasefire Now! Stop the Genocide! Free Palestine! In solidarity with the Korean Civil Society in Solidarity and Palestine led a movement, we support the Protest of the Shoes campaign. Learn more how you can continue the support through here:...