The winter winds bring more danger to migrants landing in Lesvos, from the massive waves to the biting cold, people on the move struggle to survive their journeys
CPT joins a coalition of multifaith organizations in a Pilgrimage for Peace from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.
Iran has carried out several executions of political prisoners in the last few weeks in an act to suppress minority groups. In 2023 alone, at least 834 people were executed in Iran for their political beliefs.
A snowfall in Oak Flat has brought families out to enjoy the land, land that continues to be under threat from mining companies.
Two of Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels battle control of smuggling routes, putting Mexico’s peasant and Indigenous populations in the middle of violent confrontations
And Spirit counselled me, “Go and learn what this means: I desire mercy and not sacrifice.” (Matthew 9:13)
Chief Jeffrey Copenace of the Ojibways of Onigaming becomes the 6th Indigenous Nation to join the Land Alliance, a coalition working towards protecting land and water from encroaching mining companies in Canada
Communities and social leaders are facing a spike in violence in the last year, both in rural and urban areas. There is no safe place anymore.
700,000 women in Gaza experience menstrual cycles and do not have access to basic hygiene products and clean water
For over 76 years, the canvas tent has accompanied the Palestinian struggle for liberation, both as a symbol of what has been lost and a companion of steadfastness
Winter always brought feelings of joy but now all I can think about are the children of Gaza soaked in the cold rain without means of getting warm and dry
Searching for the suppressed stories of my ancestors by returning to the land to pray
Let us come together in solidarity and demand justice in the face of European policies that criminalize people on the move
Border towns across Texas and Arizona respond with care to migrant influx where state policy and procedures on migration have failed.
Oftentimes, we come across stories that have gone unheard for decades. People only ask for their voices to be heard.
2023 in pictures Community Peacemaker Teams was awarded the International Peace Award by the Community of Christ Church and the Shaw Family Foundation on April
Download the newsletter Borders are embodied in every space on both sides of the “line” we call borders, and migrants are the bodies that personify
The podcast project envisions a transnational Aegean that opposes xenophobia, racism, and anti-migrant rhetoric stemming from the concept of national borders.
Testimonies from Northern Puerto Wilches CPT Colombia is amplifying the voices of the residents of Northern Puerto Wilches, who are experiencing state silencing and neglect
As we wait during Advent, may we let go and listen to what’s to come. …“Waiting on the fringes for the world to end” Love
The dance of oppressed people unites struggles in solidarity against the forces of colonization and tells a story of love, belonging, and strength of the ancestors.
Will anyone dare to build a structure in Palestine?
CPT Colombia team member Jhony Arango visits the CPT Aegean Migrant Solidarity team and experiences the global fabric of solidarity.
In Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, Christian Palestinians have decided to forego Christmas celebrations in solidarity with Gazans. We would like to follow this example, and we invite everybody to join us in this.