CPT Colombia is amplifying the voices of the residents of Northern Puerto Wilches, who are experiencing state silencing and neglect in the face of a humanitarian crisis. The United Nations Special Rapporteurs are currently receiving formal communications and requests, so help us share these testimonies and demand justice for small farming communities in Colombia!
Through the Doctrine of Discovery, and all of its many subsequent legal and economic structures, Christianity justified enslavement and dispossession. Christianity continues to be complicit in that legacy and ongoing oppressions and theft. We have strayed very far from following the Indigenous Palestinian of Jewish faith who told us to consider the birds of the air. My faith needs saving.
Death is not new to Palestinians, but by no means do they embrace it. Palestinians hold life dear and continue in steadfast resistance for freedom.
A report released by CPT-Aegean Migrant Solidarity documents the deaths of migrants in Moria’s Reception and Identification Centre between 2016 and 2020 in Lesvos, Greece.
What happens when a Palestinian and non-Palestinian get detained on the streets of al-Khalil?
For months, families of Indigenous women murdered in Winnipeg have been calling for a search to recover their bodies and give them a proper burial.
Report released by CPT and End Cross Border Bombing Coalition Partners finds 2022 the deadliest year since 2015 for civilians in Northern Iraq under Turkish military bombardments.
Today on World Refugee Day, we join 180 human rights organizations to demand full and independent investigations into the events, clear consequences for those responsible, an end to the systematic pushback practices at the European borders, and justice for the victims.
Honoring CPT’s 35 years of peacemaking, CPT was awarded the International Peace Award by the Community of Christ Church and the Shaw Family Foundation on April 22 during the Church’s international conference.
Remembering the United States invasion of Iraq 20 years on. What destruction lay now in its wake?
CPT Palestine team members engaged in a friendly and introductory conversation with a white person, but it took an unexpected turn.
Known as the food basket of Iraqi Kurdistan, Penjwen is now also a symbol of nonviolent action. Citizens organized and successfully demanded the Kurdistan Regional Government provide families with enough kerosene and electricity in order to survive this winter’s cold.