Thursday 19. July 2018
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18. July 2018

Protection of minors in the new Audiovisual Media Services Directive

Webnews, 18/07/2018

The EU institutions have recently agreed on a revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive. The new Directive aims to provide an updated legal framework reflecting the significant and rapid evolution of the audiovisual media services technologies and market: from television to portable devices, video-on-demand services, video-sharing platforms, from traditional TV content to video clips and user-generated content.

11. July 2018

COMECE condemns aggression against Church leaders in Nicaragua

Webnews, 11/07/2018

COMECE shares the concern expressed by the Holy Father on the situation in Nicaragua after the attack of 9 July against Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes (Archbishop of Managua), Mgr. José Silvio Baez (Auxiliary Bishop of Managua), as well as the Apostolic Nuncio, personal representative of the Pope in Nicaragua. 

10. July 2018

COMECE Social Affairs Commission: Work-Life Balance, MFF and Future of work

Webnews, 10/07/2018

The COMECE Social Affairs Commission gathered on 21 June 2018 to exchange with EU officials on three current social issues of particular interest for the Church in Europe: the EU Work-life Balance package, the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-2027 and the Future of Work.

06. July 2018

Tribute to Cardinal Tauran who died this Friday

Webnews 06/07/2018

It is with great sadness that COMECE became aware of the death of Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue.

26. June 2018

New Defence Technologies: which legal and ethical implications?

Webnews, 26/06/2018

A roundtable debate on "New Defence Technologies" took place at COMECE on June 19th, 2018, to discuss the current developments in this field and reflect on related legal, security and ethical questions.

18. June 2018

COMECE to publish reflection on “Robotisation of Life”

Webnews, 18/06/2018

Following its contribution to a public consultation of the EU Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI), COMECE will publish the reflection “Robotisation of Life” in order to address the many ethical questions raised by AI’s effects on our societies.

12. June 2018

Migration and Asylum: focus on the Dublin Regulation recast

Webnews, 12/06/2018

The COMECE Working Group on Migration and Asylum examined the status quo of the negotiations concerning the Dublin Regulation recast, that should be adopted by the Council at the end of June 2018. The event was held last week and gathered experts from Bishops’ conferences, representatives of Catholic organizations and EU and UN officials.

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