Die COMECE beobachtet und trägt zu diesen wichtigen Bereichen der EU-Politik bei:
18. November 2005
COMECE Press 18.11.2005
In order for the EU to seriously communicate locally with European citizens, then it should not overlook the Churches’ capacity to act as an interlocutor. This was the principle message from the Bishops of COMECE at their Autumn Plenary Meeting held from 16-18 November 2005 in Brussels.
10. November 2005
COMECE Press 10.11.2005
The fortieth anniversary of Vatican II and the lessons that the Church in Europe can take from it in order to address the current crisis in the European Union will provide the main themes for debate during the autumn Plenary Meeting of COMECE from 16-18 November 2005 in Brussels.
12. Oktober 2005
COMECE Press 12.10.2005
In light of the flagrant human rights abuses at Ceuta and Melilla, six Churches and Christian organisations have written to the Justice and Home Affairs Council, which meets on 12 October, to demand that the European Union lives up to the rhetoric it espouses on human rights and concretises them within its migration and asylum policy.