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10. September 2018

70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Webnews, 12/09/2018

On September 10th, 2018, COMECE participated in a high-level Colloquium celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights organised by the Holy See at the Council of Europe.

06. September 2018

Amazonia’s indigenous peoples: How can the EU promote their rights?

Event, 20/09/2018

COMECE, together with CIDSE, Adveniat, and Misereor are pleased to invite you to join a discussion on the theme "Amazonia's indigenous peoples: How can the RU promote their rights?"

03. September 2018

Future of work: a faith-based contribution to the ILO centenary

Event, 27/11/2018

COMECE and its partners organise an interreligious conference on the future of work on 27 November 2018 in order to discuss the transformative changes of the world of work from a faith-based perspective.

31. August 2018

COMECE condemns attempts to divide the Church

Press Release, 31/08/2018

In the face of serious attacks against the Church and the person of the Holy Father, COMECE reaffirms its support, faithfulness and trust to Pope Francis.

30. August 2018

Climate Change: the Church and its way to COP-24

Webnews, 23/08/2018

On 12 December 2015, at the end of the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP-21) that was held in Paris, 197 Parties adopted the «Paris Agreement» (PA).

27. August 2018

COMECE to contribute to Pan-Amazon Synod

Webnews, 27/08/2018

In view of the Synod on the Pan-Amazon region convoked by Pope Francis for October 2019, COMECE will host a high-level delegation from the Amazon region on Thursday 20 September, 2018.

20. August 2018
Egyptian Christians touch a blood-splattered image of Jesus Christ, inside the Coptic Orthodox church in Alexandria, January 2, 2011. A bomb killed at least 21 people outside the church early on New Year's Day and the Interior Ministry said a foreign

COMECE urges the EU to better protect and promote Freedom of Religion

Webnews, 20/08/2018

Statistics show that more than 70% of the global population suffers from restrictions on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB). COMECE urges the EU to intensify its external action in order to promote the fundamental right of freedom of religion and full citizenship for all members of the communities where freedoms of religious minorities are restricted.

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