The current financial and economic crisis could lead to a political crisis, not only impacting on the EU institutions internally but also causing general political instability.
The European Commission seeks to limit the impact of banking crises and to coordinate governmental regulation.
We are currently at the centre of a major change in the political system in Europe. The European Council meeting of 28-29 June could well mark a turning point in the history of our continent.
The electoral results have plunged part of this country, especially its Christian community, into uncertainty.
This theme has recently been developed in a Joint Position paper by the Secretariat of COMECE with the special contributions of the Kommissariat of the German Bishops and its ecumenical partners.
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development has had an unsatisfactory outcome. It doesn't offer anything new or ambitious.
The principal and most recent Report and Opinion – on the term ’sexual and reproductive health’ – was publicly presented at the European Parliament, during the Week for Life.
The real need of Africa is the eradication of diseases and hunger, as well as the encouragement of self-reliance for its people achieved through massive investment in human capital development.
President Herman Van Rompuy sets out his vision for a united Europe based on values and on the Christian conviction that caring for others means finding yourself.
> 20 June
COMECE and CEC organise a Dialogue Seminar with the EU Commission on ‘European citizenship – challenges and benefits’
> 24-27 June
COMECE organises a « Week for Hope » on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Ecclesia in Europa in Brussels