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17. February 2017

Participation of COMECE in the "Summer School" renewed until 2020

Webnews 17/02/2017

Since 2006, students from all over the world attend the Graz-Seggau International Graz University (Austria), organized by COMECE, the University of Graz and the Diocese of Graz-Seggau. Students and teachers work in an interdisciplinary manner on topical subjects, particularly those related to the European Union and its relations with "the Americas" (Canada, USA, Caribbean and Latin America).

08. February 2017

Young Catholics discovering EU institutions

Webnews 08/02/2017

COMECE hosted a 4-days-visit of 20 young people from the UK to the EU institutions and to Church organisations. Meeting EU Officials from the European Commission, the European Council and its UK Task Force as well as MEP Jean Lambert. They got the opportunity to deepen their knowledge about the EU and its policies, about burning issues like Brexit and about EU-topics that are of importance and concern for the Church.

25. October 2016

Migrants: from fear to compassion

COMECE-CEC Press 25/10/2016

Mass migration prompted by global conflict and ecological crises has stirred up unresolved fears in European societies. Understanding and responding to this was the central theme of a dialogue seminar that took place on 24 October between churches and the European Commission.

18. October 2016

EU proposes 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage

Webnews 18/10/2016

The Commission endorsed a proposal to the European Parliament and Council to designate 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage, to highlight the role of Europe's cultural heritage in fostering a shared sense of history and identity. Read COMECE’s article on the Protection of Religious Heritage in Europe.

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