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14. November 2015

Paris attacks: Statement of the General Secretary of COMECE

"The attacks perpetrated on the people of Paris yesterday evening fill us all with revulsion", so Fr Patrick H. Daly, General Secretary of COMECE.

04. November 2015

Luncheon debate : The Dangers of Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

Thursday, 19 November 2015

During the lunch debate, two distinguished experts will discuss the risks of lethal autonomous weapon systems and present a Memorandum which will be launched on this occasion.

30. October 2015

The Church in the run-up to COP 21

The negotiations of the UN Climate Summit COP 21, which takes place in Paris towards the end of the year, presents a great challenge to our planet and to the whole of humanity. Inspired by the appeal launched by Pope Francis, the COMECE bishops held their autumn plenary assembly in Paris as a sign of their great engagement with the climate change issue.

27. October 2015
Connie Hedegaard, miljö- och nordisk samarbetsminister Danmark. Foto: Magnus Fröderberg/Norden.org

Les enjeux institutionnels et éducatifs de la conversion écologique

Jeudi 29 octobre à 20h

Les Bernardins invitent Connie Hedegaard (Danemark), ancienne commissaire européenne, présidente de la Fondation Kann, et le Cardinal Reinhard Marx à débattre des enjeux institutionnels et éducatifs de la conversion écologique.

26. October 2015

Appeal to COP 21 negotiating parties

Ahead of COP 21, Cardinal Marx, the President of COMECE, has signed the following appeal issued by Cardinals, Patriarchs and Bishops from across the globe representing the continental groupings of national episcopal conferences.

22. October 2015

Lunch debate: Climate change and human mobility challenges

COMECE Press 22/10/2015

‘Migration is a positive and effective adaptation strategy in case of situations forcing people to leave their homelands’.

20. October 2015

The EU Bishops meet in Paris to discuss Climate Change

COMECE Plenary assembly, 28-30 October

By meeting in Paris, ahead of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21), the COMECE Bishops wish to send a strong message and to communicate their concerns about Climate Change.

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