peace Archive

Peace and Prosperity are Priorities for Myanmar, Says Suu Kyi

Myanmar has made great progress in recent years, but faces political challenges to ensure stability Education and investment are keys to unlocking greater prosperity and deepening the nation’s project of development Suu Kyi: In hindsight, the situation in Rakhine State could have been handled better; accepts 100% of responsibility and reaffirms commitment to repatriation of

Event to mark 15th anniversary of the UN Convention against Corruption highlights links to peace and security, sustainable development

NEW YORK/VIENNA, 23 May 2018 (UN Information Service) — Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) called for renewed anti-corruption action at an event to mark the 15th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Convention against Corruption. The high-level debate was opened by the President of

No Peace in the Middle East without Defeating Daesh – Reconstruction, Reconciliation and Good Governance Need to Follow

  EU’s Mogherini expressed hope that US administration would forego protectionist policies, support free trade Germany’s von der Leyen stressed that the use of military means alone cannot lead to success International community must work together against the “plague” on Jordan’s borders The panel called for Russia to put more pressure on Syrian government More

Wuja Congress 2017 at Cleaveland, Ohio, USA from 27 June – 2 July2017

The World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA) will hold its quadrennial international Congress at John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, from June 27–July 2. It will be the first-ever WUJA conference in North America. Past congresses have been in Rome, Versailles, Sydney, Kolkata, Bujumbura and Medellin. WUJA is an international organization founded in 1956 to support the mission and ideals

SIPRI and PAX: Hope for peace in South Sudan, but fragmentation still a risk

(Stockholm, Utrecht, 19 January 2016) On 22 January, just over 25 months after the start of the civil war in South Sudan, the scheduled formation of the Transitional Government of National Unity will be one of the first major milestones in the peace process. The swearing in of the transitional government would be enormous progress,

Bhopal Christian Prayer for peace, progress and unity of India

Bhopal, 5th Oct 2015:  Bhopal Christian Prayer for peace, progress and unity of India. The prayer service began with praise and worship followed by the lightning of the lamp and national anthem there were many MLA’s and MP were present along with police officers.  Father Maria Stephen, the PRO welcomed everyone present and Fr. Jose Prakash

Catholic Bishops of Madhya Pradesh  committed to improve the lives of the people  for peace and harmony

India, Bhopal, 14 August 2015: Catholic conference of Madhya Pradesh (C.C.M.P) organized two days meeting at Pastoral Centre, Bhopal.  All the Catholic Bishops of Madhya Pradesh and the various representatives from the various parts of Madhya Pradesh namely Bhopal, Indore, Satna, Sagar, Khandwa, Jhabua, Ujjain, Gwalior and Jabalpur participated.  The Focus of the meeting was “In

PHD Chamber- Amritsar- The Pakistan Show- 2015- Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce & Industry- Bilateral Trade- Economy- Peace

70,000 VISIT THE 5-DAY “THE PAKISTAN SHOW” VISITORS TAKE HOME MESSAGE OF PEACE “INDIA SHOW” EXHIBITION BY PHD CHAMBER IN ISLAMABAD IN FEBRUARY, 2016 PHD CHAMBER TO HOST “SAARC BUYER-SELLER MEET” IN PITEX, 2015 IN DECEMBER   Amritsar, 25 May, 2015   The Pakistan Show came to its logical culmination with the coming together of

Military called in to ensure peace for citizens and tourists in Bangkok

 Bangkok, 20 May 2014: The Royal Thai Army has declared martial law that covers the entire Kingdom of Thailand, effective from 03.00 hrs today. This is not a coup, according to the army statement. The martial law has been invoked to ensure peace and order for people from all sides. In the announcement, the army