Could your school partner with us for peace?

Introduce your pupils to the life-changing work of Cord. Read more

Nonviolent Communication and Do No Harm

Nonviolent Communication and Do No Harm are central elements in Cord’s work to make peace possible. Read more

Nitimoy’s family could lose everything

Nitimoy lives in fear. He could lose his home, his land and the ability to provide for his family. Thousands of people in Bangladesh are facing the same devastating problem. Read more

The blind man running 120 miles for peace

Nick Thorley is training to run 120 miles this autumn to raise money for Cord. Nick would love to come and share his story at your group, business, school or church. Read more

Somphone Bouasavanh: Cord’s Country Representative in Laos

Somphone Bouasavanh is a Lao, who grew up in Nangew village in Luang Prabang. He has seen first-hand the impact that decisions taken by those in power have had on the poor of his country. Read more

Wolfe on the run

We’re absolutely delighted that Andy Wolfe is running the London Marathon for Cord this year. Read more

The Burundian business woman building a more peaceful and prosperous community

Thanks to your wonderful support we are enabling more communities in Burundi to become safe and stable. Read more

Thank you for standing with the people of Myanmar

During our “March for Myanmar” initiative hundreds of you prayed, posted photos online, wrote to your MPs and donated to our Myanmar appeal. Thank you for your tremendous efforts which have had such an impact. Read more

Reflect - July/October 2021

Resources to help you reflect and pray for communities around the world Read more

Connect - summer 2021

The magazine for Cord's friends and supporters Read more