Posts Tagged ‘European Parliament’

10th European Public Communication Conference – EuroPCom 2019

TweetThe EuroPCom 2019 took place on the 7th and 8th of November at the European Union institutions quartier, more precisely at the Committee of the Regions-building. The purpose of the […]

Artificial Intelligence and ethical concerns

TweetArticle  17 of the  Treaty on the  Functioning of the  EU provides alegal foundation  for dialogue between EU institutions  and religious associations, churches and  non-confessional organizations. Seminars, conferences and high-level […]

Lead by voicing concern in Church and Europe

TweetBoth the European Union and the Catholic Church seem to be in a crisis. Europe is facing the rise of nationalism and Brexit to mention a few. The Church is […]

Brexit: bad leadership endgame

TweetIn the dark times of Brexit when uncertainty is rampant, the common urgency is to shed light on an issue which seems local but is deeply overarching for its political […]

Christianity and Human rights

TweetLast Wednesday, 12th of December, the European Parliament held a conference in Strasbourg entitled “Europe and the Future of Human Rights”. This event was organised to commemorate the 70th anniversary […]

07.11 Event with Mairead McGuinness

Tweet7 November 2017, 19:00 at Chapel for Europe.   Join Mairead McGuinness, European Parliament Vice President and panel contributors Mgr Jean Kockerols, Rev. Laurence Flachon and Martin Maier SJ to celebrate 60th anniversary of […]

Rethinking Europe

TweetWith the participation of Pope Francis, COMECE is organising a Dialogue Congress on the Future of the European Union in the Vatican at the end of October. In the beginning was the […]

Stuck in the Doldrums – EU-Africa Trade Deals

TweetThe blueprint for a patchwork of trade agreements between the EU and African nations has not been achieved. This is because existing and proposed arrangements are based on an economic […]

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