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Evening Debate on sustainability and eco-justice

9 September 2014 @ COMECE

 

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The EU is among the major players in the global climate negotiations. Nevertheless, great discrepancies between different components of eco-justice can be witnessed in Europe - there is pollution, extreme poverty, injustice and isolation. Sustainability is not yet at an affordable price for many Europeans. What can young Europeans do about it? the Secretariat of COMECE | The Church and Society Commission of CEC | Don Bosco International | Ecumenical Youth Council in Europe | Evangelical Church in Germany, Brussels office | The Federation of Protestant Youth in Germany | Rete Juventutis cordially invite you to an evening debate on sustainability and eco-justice. Read more and register

 


 

Website for the second series of European Catholic Social Days is online

24 June 2014

unknownToday has seen the launch of the official bi-lingual (English-Spanish) website www.catholicdays.eu for the second series of European Catholic Social Days (Madrid, Spain, 18-21 September 2014) on the theme “The Christian faith and the future of Europe’. 150 delegates from the Bishops’ Conferences and church bodies throughout the continent will gather in Madrid to reflect on the Church’s mission in contemporary society and link the debate on Europe to the Church’s social teaching. Read more



 

Europe and the US– Free Trade and common responsibility

Conference 27-28 June in Mönchengladbach


unknownCOMECE organises every year Social-ethical discussions with the KSZ - the Catholic centre for social sciences in Mönchengladbach (Germany). This year the Conference is dedicated to the topic "Europe and the US– Free Trade and common responsibility" and will take place on 27-28 June in Mönchengladbach. The conference will especially focus on the chances and risks of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) from the European and the American perspective. More information and registration here.


 

 

Conference on post elections challenges

16 June 19:00

unknownCOMECE cordially invites to the Conference organised at the Chapel for Europe on June 16th, on the challenges for the EU after the elections from the perspective of Christian Churches. Download the invitation

 


 

10th annual Summit of religious leaders

10 June 2014

unknownAt the 10th Summit of religious leaders of various religions and denominations, Cardinal Reinhard Marx led the delegation of the Catholic Church, which comprised Jean-Pierre Grallet, Archbishop of Strasbourg and COMECE member, and Professor Margaret S. Archer, head of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. The hosts of this meeting at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels were the Presidents of the European Commission and the European Council, José Manuel Barroso and Herman Van Rompuy, and the Vice-President of the European Parliament László Surján. Read more



 

COMECE regrets decision on 'One of Us’

5 June 2014


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The One of Us initiative, which gathered the signatures of over 1,7 million European citizens, represented a significant exercise in participatory democracy. COMECE regrets the decision of the EU Commission not to act on its demands. This initiative drew the Commission’s attention to a substantive issue: the EU financing of activities which presuppose the destruction of human embryos and on which the initiative pleaded that the Commission should act by banning such funding. Read more


 

Cardinal Marx congratulates Herman Van Rompuy on being awarded the Charlemagne Prize

29 May

unknownThe President of the German Bishops' Conference and President of COMECE, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, has congratulated the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy on being awarded this year's Charlemagne Prize. Mr Van Rompuy received the Charlemagne Prize in Aachen today.

 

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