IJPC's Fall 2022 Newsletter includes reflections on finding peace in fellowship, updates on the NoDeathPenaltyOH campaign, answers to frequently asked questions about DACA, highlights from our Annual Gathering, a glance at our strategic plan, and many upcoming events.
We have been sharing information about Elwood’s hearing for a potential new trial. You can read more about IJPC Program Manager’s experience sitting in on that trial and working with Elwood here.
IJPC's Summer 2022 Newsletter includes details about our upcoming Annual Gathering, research on global perspectives on human trafficking, information about Strategic Nonviolence for Peace Advocacy, a reflection on Day of Hope, and ways to support the immigrant community.
Over the last couple of months we have been working closely with members from the Immigrant Dignity Coalition here in Cincinnati to put together “Conversations that Matter.”
Everyday, all over the world, people make one the most difficult decision to leave their home in search of a safer, better life. We can support these new families by being advocates for better laws and policies, helping with their daily needs, minimizing the language barrier and more.
Do the UNODC, UNHCR, and OHCHR face similar pitfalls in language and imagery that domestic organizations face?
In order to prioritize peaceful interactions, peaceful resolutions to conflicts, and nonviolent communication, we must prioritize peace education. As a core foundation of our mission and vision since 1985, IJPC continues the promotion of peace education through the new Strategic Nonviolence for Peace Advocacy certificate program.