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The International Peace Bureau (IPB) is the oldest global peace network with more than 300 member organizations and 300 individual members in over 70 countries. The IPB was founded in 1891/92. We are a Nobel Peace Laureate (1910).
IPB Statement: Korea Summit In Singapore

IPB Statement: Korea Summit In Singapore

The International Peace Bureau welcomes the commitment of President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jung-un to meet at the June 12 summit in Singapore. Even as many issues related to military, human and political rights, and regional tensions will not be addressed in the summit, it holds the promise ...
IPB mourns the death of Horst Stasius

IPB mourns the death of Horst Stasius

We mourn the death of our former IPB Treasurer, Auditor, Board member and friend, Horst Stasius. He was a tremendous supporter of the IPB, a committed trade unionist and human rights activist. May he rest in peace.
SIPRI figures on military expenditure in 2017

SIPRI figures on military expenditure in 2017

German MPs and actors from civil society declare: Disarmament is the challenge of our time On the occasion of the publication of the statistics on world military expenditure in 2017 by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) German MPs and members of the peace movement ...
Appeal Disarm! Don’t Arm!

Appeal Disarm! Don’t Arm!

Military spending must be decreased everywhere. Global arms expenditure is higher than at any time since WWII, and consumes 35 times the total cost of the entire United Nations system.
GCOMS Final Statement on the occasion of GDAMS 2018

GCOMS Final Statement on the occasion of GDAMS 2018

There are many reasons to renew, once again and for the 8th consecutive year, our call for a cut in military spending (based upon SIPRI data), so that the world can move closer to a human security commitment that would better serve humanity. We face the danger of a third world war, and big ...