Wednesday 26. June 2019
#222- January-February 2019
EU Commission

European Climate Policy between ambition and disappointment

Edmond Grace, JESC’s secretary for ecology and justice, gives an overview on the achievements and challenges of European climate policy.

EU & enviroment

Compassion in the EU Energy Transition

Energy transition is at the heart of all our efforts to reach the goals set in the Paris Convention in the fight against climate change. One of the champions in this struggle is the EU.

Vatican

Pope Francis – to lead is to serve

Since he took office five years ago, one thing has been clear: Pope Francis has a unique, distinctive leadership style. The Austrian theologian Peter Rosegger analysed this leadership style in his published Master’s thesis undertaken as part of an MBA course.

EU parliament

Europe in the run-up to the elections

Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament, talks to Bernd Hagenkord about the European Parliament elections to be held from 23 to 26 May 2019.

European Union

Europe’s unmet challenges

Orlando Henao, the former European Commission official dealing with cooperation policy, highlights the urgent need for the European project to examine and respond to the preoccupations and needs of European citizens.

2019 EU Elections

Europe in the election year

The European Union finds itself in a contradictory situation in advance of the European Parliament elections in May.

Holy See

The new Global Compact for Migration

The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is the world’s first general agreement on this huge topic. It is a common platform for greater cooperation, responsibility-sharing and better governance.

European Union

Ethics and society

Herman Van Rompuy, former president of the European Council offered the following reflections at a conference on “Rediscovering the european common good” in the Chapel for Europe on 8th of november 2018.

 

European Union

The Brexit quagmire

Political forecasts are always risky, but it is extraordinary to realise that, as this article is written, no one can reliably predict the situation of the UK just a few months from now.

 

Christian theology

What is the meaning of unity in diversity?

His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France, explains how the principle of unity in diversity is at the heart of Christian theology and an essential constituent of the European project.

United Nations

Business and human rights: Advancing labour standards and the binding UN Treaty

As 2019 begins, many signs on the horizon are calling us to reflect on society’s expectations towards business, and its global impact on people and nature.

 

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