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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.

06. August 2018

Roma people, committing for their full inclusion into the European societies

Webnews, 06/08/2018

Seven years after the EU Commission adopted the EU framework for National Roma Inclusion Strategies up to 2020, recent statistics show that Roma people’s inclusion in European societies is still a challenge that deserves to be faced. COMECE is committed to promote their full integration into societies, respecting their culture in diversity and meeting their specific needs, including education, employment, housing, healthcare and citizenship.

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. 

05. February 2018

DRC, calling on all actors to achieve peace and democracy

Webnews, 05/02/2018

Six people were killed in Kinshasa on 21 January during demonstrations against delayed elections and the continuation of President Kabila’s mandate. Other 57 people were injured, and 111 were arrested across the country. According to the United Nations (UN), most of the victims were Catholic faithful who peacefully protested after attending Sunday Masses.

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