Politicians are in disarray over the Euro as European electorates send contradictory signals.
When the public expression of religion entails serious risk to life, integrity or freedom of a person, the victim is entitled to obtain asylum in the EU, the ECJ Advocate General proposes.
The registration of the Initiative opens up the expectation that the Commission will propose concrete legislation in this field.
On Wednesday 9 May, the EPP and ECR political Groups of the European Parliament co-organised together with COMECE a half-day Seminar on Christians in the Middle East and North Africa.
The Commission proposes a package of measures and recommendations that will lead to job creation; it envisages funding from the Structural Funds.
Approximately 150,000 cases sit on the desks of the European Court of Human Rights, waiting for a decision.
A public consultation by the European Commission on increasing employment and quality in the sector should provide some insights.
> 30 May
COMECE participates in the annual High-level EU-Religious Leaders Meeting, Brussels, with Presidents Barroso, Van Rompuy and Schulz
> 20 June
COMECE and CEC organise a Dialogue Seminar with the EU Commission on ‘European citizenship – challenges and benefits’
> 24-28 June
COMECE organises a « Week for Hope » on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Ecclesia in Europa in Brussels