Monday 6. December 2021
#163 - September
Patrick Daly

September issues

The new political year starts this month. For many MEP’s it will be their last in the rue Wiertz.


What will become of Syria?

A syrian priest reports back on the situation in the country.

European Commission

A Partnership of competitors

The negotiations for the trade and investment partnership between the EU and the USA are of massive importance. It offers quantifiable benefits but could prove deeply controversial.

European Union

No room for violence in the EU

For victims of violence, moving on EU territory presents some ‘traps’. A brand new piece of EU law goes some way towards providing them with reassurance.

European Union

The appeal to the “soul of Europe”

A metaphor, a misunderstanding, and their consequences.

European Commission

Roma integration: new positive developments

Although the process of Roma integration has slowed down, there are positive signs of progress.


Let’s build a just, fraternal and sustainable society

That was the motto of the International Seminar and subsequent General Assembly of the World Movement of Christian Workers (WMCW).

European Court of Human Rights

Born to be alive. Or maybe not

A new ruling could pave the way to a European right to assisted suicide for all.


European identity: young people raise the question

COMECE co-organised the 8th International Summer School in Austria, designed for internationally oriented students, who wish to deepen their understanding of current European affairs.

Colloquium of European Parishes

“Christians for the construction of Europe”

An unambiguous theme for the 27th Colloquium of European Parishes (CEP), held in Mellieha (Malta) from 7 to 12 July 2013.


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