In 2005 QCEA published twelve briefing papers outlining and evaluating EU responses to terrorism, and in its 2007 report “Effective Counter-Terrorism: A Critical Assessment of European Union Responses” QCEA set out a series of recommendations to policy makers. Since then, there has been a dizzying array of counter-terrorism related policy developments and initiatives within the […]
Cars are responsible for 14% of the EU’s total CO2 emissions, and they are the single largest source of transport emissions, representing around half of the total. Transport is also critical in the debate on Europe’s energy dependence, as it is responsible for about two-thirds of our oil use. Thus, it is important to tell […]
European Investment Bank Board of Directors Listen to Civil Society; New Briefing Papers on EU Responses to Terrorism: The implications for human rights, democratic governance and peace-building; We are victims of ourselves, yesterday, today, and tomorrow Click here to dowload (PDF – 1.2 Mb) Deutsche Ausgabe – November 2011 Neue Informationspapiere zu Antworten der EU […]
Strengthening mutual trust in the European Judicial Area – a Green Paper on the application of EU criminal justice legislation in the field of Detention Our research comparing the operation of prison systems across Europe has led us to certain conclusions, which we clarify here because they inform our thinking about the questions in the […]
Israeli Settlement Products and the Future of Palestine; Introducing our new Programme Assistants; The Busan Forum – A new global development partnership Click here to dowload (PDF – 1 Mb) Deutsche Ausgabe – Oktober 2011 Das Busan-Forum – eine neue globale Entwicklungshilfepartnerschaft Klicken Sie hier für die deutschen Auszüge (PDF – 222 KB)
This briefing paper was created to create a discussion on the need for policy coherence between climate change, energy, external action (including conflict prevention), trade, economic policy, and international development as these all relate directly to a sustainable future for those within Europe and those in other areas. The paper considers the way in which […]
QCEA is looking for 2 new Representatives from October or November 2012. Full details are available here.
QCEA is looking for an Administrative Assistant. Apply by 15 November to join our small team in Brussels.
Sustainable Growth or Growth vs. Sustainability?; Why is the EU asking questions about its members’ detention systems?; Renovations in Quaker House Completed; The EU’s Trade with Palestine – Opportunities and Limitations Click here to download (PDF – 1.0 Mb) Deutsche Ausgabe – September 2011 Warum stellt die EU Fragen über die Haftsysteme ihrer Mitglieder? Klicken Sie hier für […]
APRODEV, the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN), Front Line, the Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, and the Quaker Council for European affairs call for the EU to condemn the Israeli anti-boycott law. Read “Anti-boycott law violates human rights and further undermines Israeli democracy: EU must unequivocally condemn the law” in English(PDF – […]