Peace With Justice Partnerships

Coalitions and partners on issues of peace, multilateralism, and migration.

American Non-Governmental Organizations Coalition for the International Criminal Court (AMICC)

AMICC is a coalition of non-governmental organizations committed to achieving full United States support for the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the earliest possible US ratification of the Court’s Rome Statute. With our participation in AMICC, we also participate in the Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court and the Faith Ethics Network within the Coalition.

Center on Conscience and War

The Center on Conscience and War, formerly the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors (NISBCO), was formed in 1940 by an association of religious bodies working to defend and extend the rights of conscientious objectors.

Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP)

Formed in 1984, Churches for Middle East Peace is a coalition of 27 national church denominations and organizations, including Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant traditions. It works to encourage U.S. government policies that actively promote a just, lasting and comprehensive resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ensuring security, human rights and religious freedom for all people of the region.

Churches Witnessing With Migrants (CWWM)

CWWM is an international platform for public policy advocacy, critical analyses and forthright action focused on global migration, particularly forced migration in all its forms. CWWM is organized as a tripartite body of equals that includes (1) migrants, (2) representatives of migrant-serving organizations and (3) ecumenical and faith-based institutions from various traditions working together and inclusively around an affirmation of the intersections of global migration, human rights and development justice.

Citizens Trade Campaign (CTC)

CTC is national coalition of environmental, labor, consumer, family farm, religious and other civil society groups united in a common belief that international trade and investment are not ends unto themselves, but instead must be viewed as a means for achieving other societal goals such as economic justice, human rights, healthy communities, and a sound environment.

The Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations (CRNGO@UN)

CRNGO@UN is composed of the representatives of national and international non-governmental organizations that define their work as religious, spiritual or ethical in nature and are accredited to the UN. Since 1972, the Committee has served as a forum to inform and educate our constituencies about the global challenges of our time, and the constructive role that the UN can play in addressing those issues. It also serves as a forum for exchanging and promoting shared religious and ethical values in the deliberations of the world organization.

Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Relationship with the United Nations (CoNGO)

CoNGO is an independent, international, not-for-profit membership association of nongovernmental organizations that facilitates the participation of NGOs in UN debates and decisions. CoNGO’s membership comprises of national, regional and international nongovernmental organizations in consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

International NGO Coalition for the International Criminal Court

The Coalition for the International Criminal Court is a network of over 2,000 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) advocating for a fair, effective and independent International Criminal Court (ICC). With entry into force of the Rome Statute for the ICC on July 1, 2002, the Coalition is now focused, among several, on obtaining worldwide ratification of the Rome Statute and ensuring the development of strong implementing legislation in all ratifying countries.

Jubilee USA Network

Jubilee USA Network began as Jubilee 2000/USA in 1997 when a diverse gathering of people and organizations came together in response to the international call for Jubilee debt cancellation for the world’s poorest countries. Today the network consists of over 60 organizations including labor, churches, religious communities and institutions, AIDS activists, trade campaigners and over 8,000 individuals are active members of the Jubilee USA Network.

Latin America Working Group (LAWG)

Founded in 1983, LAWG leads one of the nation’s longest-standing coalitions dedicated to foreign policy. LAWG and its sister organization, the Latin American Working Group Education Fund, work with over 60 major religious, humanitarian, grassroots and policy organizations to promote human rights, justice, peace and sustainable development throughout the region.

Publish What You Pay (PWYP)

PWYP is a global membership-based coalition of civil society organizations (CSOs) in over forty countries united in their call for an open and accountable extractive sector, so that oil, gas and mining revenues improve the lives of women, men and youth in resource-rich countries and that extraction is carried out in a responsible manner that benefits countries and their citizens.

United Nations Association of the USA – Council of Organizations

UNA-USA’s Council of Organizations (COO) is a coalition of education, religion, labor, sustainable development, human rights, health and women’s non-governmental organizations that share the common goals of making the American public more knowledgeable about global issues, the UN and dedicated to strengthening the U.S.-U.N. relationship.

United States Campaign to Ban Landmines

The United States Campaign to Ban Landmines is a coalition of organizations and people working to ban further U.S. use, production and export of anti-personnel landmines and cluster bombs and to encourage the U.S. to join the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty and the cluster bomb treaty negotiated in 2008.

US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation

A national coalition of hundreds of groups, the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation works to end U.S. support for Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem. The campaign supports a U.S. policy that upholds freedom, justice and equality.

Win Without War (WWW)

WWW is a national coalition representing broad constituencies that aim to keep America safe and end the war in Iraq. The coalition advocates that international cooperation and enforceable international law provide the greatest security for the United States and the world.