Webinar: CNI accomplishments and next steps, fall 2017

Watch/listen to this webinar here

Since its creation in 2016, CNI has celebrated a number of positive effects, such as Pope Francis’ 2017 World Day of Peace message, “Nonviolence: A style of politics for peace.” Other concrete actions, events, and dialogue have been ongoing, including dialogue with the Vatican. This webinar, recorded 7 November 2017,  provides an update on some particular accomplishments and concrete next steps to maintain energy around the CNI and offers practical examples of action we can take to help move this forward in different social spheres.

Moderator: Gerry Lee is director of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns and member of the CNI executive committee.

  • Overview of CNI accomplishments: Judy Coode, coordinator of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative.
  • Example of regional efforts: Jasmin Nario Galace, executive director of the Center for Peace Education at Miriam College and current president of Pax Christi-Pilipinas.
  • CNI’s next steps: Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International and member of the CNI executive committee.
  • CNI’s action guide: Eli McCarthy, director of Justice and Peace with the Conference of Superiors of Men and professor in Justice and Peace Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
  • Discussion

Listen to our previous webinars here.

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Pax Christi Peace Stories

Pax Christi International is a global Catholic peace movement and network that works to help establish Peace, Respect for Human Rights, Justice and Reconciliation in areas of the world that are torn by conflict. It is grounded in the belief that peace is possible and that vicious cycles of violence and injustice can be broken.

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