Etienne De Jonghe was the secretary-general of Pax Christi International for almost 30 years (1978-2007). He has engaged in bridgebuilding with various faith communities, including the Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church. Continue reading “Etienne De Jonghe – Board Member”
Dr. ENKHSAIKHAN is international lawyer and served at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia, represented his country in Austria and at the United Nations.
Jun Kyu Lee is presently a senior researcher, specializing in North Korean Studies (Politics &inter-Korean relations), international relations in East Asia at the Institute for Reunification and Peace Policy, Hanshin University, South Korea.
Patricia Pérez is currently the Director of the Latin American Institute for Peace and Citizenship (Instituto Latinoamericano para la Paz y la Ciudadanía, ILAPyC). She was a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize on nine consecutive occasions and Advisor to UN Women on the subjects of peace and AIDS at the request of Dr. Michelle Bachelet. ILAPyC is described by Pérez as a tool to confront the “small daily wars” in Latin America.
Since 1985, Rieko has worked as a national staff of the Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs (Gensuikyo) in charge of international activities. She has taken part in a variety of international conferences, speaking tours and visits to different countries.
Steven Staples is an accomplished policy and research strategist, published author, and award-winning peace and social justice advocate with over 25 years of experience in community organizations and the labour movement.
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Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan has lived and worked in a dozen countries, spending most of his adult life in Southeast Asia. He currently serves on the Board of Nonviolence International Canada, and is a member of the grant making Advisory Board of the International Nonviolence Trainers Fund of the AJ Muste Institute in New York.
Yeshua received an MA in Peace and Reconciliation from Coventry University, UK and a PhD in Peace Studies from Gujarat Vidyapith in Ahmedabad, India. Since 2005 Yeshua has has been employed by the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and the Cluster Munition Coalition (ICBLCMC), providing Ban Policy Research Coordination for their annual reports, the Landmine & Cluster Munition Monitor for countries in the Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East and North Africa regions, and on Non-State Armed Groups globally. Continue reading “Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan – Board Member”