Citizenship

UK dilemma after Cameron’s victory

TweetOne way to interpret the UK General Election of May 2015 is that some kind of status quo has been restored. The coalition of 2010 to 2015, between the Conservatives […]

EU Commissioner Cañete: “The call of Pope Francis to combat climate change could not be more timely”

TweetThe Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Mr. Miguel Arias Cañete, talks about challenges facing the EU as regards these matters and the contribution for the COP21 in Paris next December. There […]

Comment vivons nous le contexte de la Grèce d’aujourd’hui?

TweetNous sommes un groupe de personnes, jésuites et laïcs, résidant à Athènes concernées par la crise sociale et économique qui frappe la Grèce depuis six ans. La Grèce: ce pays […]

Call for an European mobilization for water

TweetCitizens coming from all over Europe, representing the nearly two million people that supported the first successful European Citizen’s Initiative for the Right to Water, have come to demonstrate on […]

Eurojess 2013: Secularisation in Europe

TweetEurojess is a network of Jesuits, and of our collaborators in our social centres and social institutes. Each two years Eurojess holds a congress, to which is also invited other […]

A Theology of European Citizenship: A Catholic Approach

TweetI speak of ‘a Catholic approach’ to citizenship: of course not a separate ‘Catholic theology’ of citizenship’. There is no separate Catholic body of thinking on citizenship, only characteristic emphases, […]

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