After much anticipation and a lot of hard work, we are excited to reintroduce ourselves with our new organizational name...
When the IJPC board and staff gathered together for our first strategic planning meeting in June of 2022, we reflected on IJPC’s past to help ground us in our vision for the future. We are excited to be at a point where we’re able to share details about how we’re modifying IJPC’s internal systems and our work moving forward.
IJPC wins class action lawsuit against Ohio BMV granting access to driver's licenses to 16- and 17-year olds regardless of their parent's immigration status.
Excited to attend "Belonging: Undocumented and American"? Looking to learn a little more about the story of our keynote speaker, Jose Antonio Vargas? Here is a list of recent press, essays, and interviews from Jose to learn more about his story and his perspective.
Read the Fall 2023 Newsletter.
Read the 2022-2023 Annual Report from Ignite Peace.
Read the Summer 2023 Newsletter.
Founded in 1985 by five communities of Catholic Sisters, the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) has changed its name to Ignite Peace.
Nominations are open for the 2023 Bob Maxwell Peace Builder Award and 2023 Youth Justice Award.