Thursday 2. April 2020

 

COMECE publishes the reflection

“Robotisation of Life – Ethics in view of new challenges”

 

"reaffirming the primacy of the human person..."

 

Covid-19 emergency

In line with the “social distancing” precautious measures recommended by the health authorities, COMECE cancels its Spring Assembly and postpones to October 2020 the reception for the celebration of its 40th anniversary.

 

Press Release

Covid-19 emergency

COMECE and CCEE Presidents raise a common prayer to God

 

Press Release & Prayer

 

30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

EU Bishops call for a renewed process of dialogue

 

Read the Statement of the COMECE Assembly

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02. April 2020

“Let us remain united” - Churches call for commitment to common European values amidst Covid-19

Press Release, 02/04/2020

As COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Europe and the world, presidents of the Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Union (COMECE) and the Conference of European Churches (CEC) have issued a joint call stressing the importance of unity, calling all Churches, communities and political leaders “to show our commitment to European values”.

27. March 2020

Job Vacancy: COMECE is looking for a Policy Advisor for Social and Economic Affairs

Announcement, 27/03/2020

COMECE is seeking to appoint a Policy Advisor for Economic and Social Affairs. This is a full-time position (38 hours/week) under a contract of indefinite duration (Belgian CDI).

25. March 2020

New technologies, “Rome call for Artificial Intelligence ethics”

Webnews, 25/03/2020

“The scope and acceleration of the transformations of the digital era have in fact raised unforeseen problems and situations that challenge our individual and collective ethos, stated Pope Francis in his message addressed to the participants of the international workshop “The ‘good’ algorithm? Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, Law, Health”.

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