EPISTEL FRA QCEA – Generalforsamling April 2017

Til Venner allevegne Vi mødtes i Bruxelles 7.-8.april 2017 som QCEAs generalforsamling af repræsentanter for europæiske Årsmøder. Ud fra 40 års erfaring og med støtte fra Årsmøderne, var dette vor første sammenkomst, siden vi ændrede vores vedtægter og ledelse sidste år i oktober. Denne nye epoke for QCEA begynder på det rette tidspunkt til at […]

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Addressing violent masculinity in EU internal and external security challenges

The European Women’s Lobby and Quaker Council for European Affairs would like to invite you to the following Brown Bag Lunch discussion: Addressing violent masculinity in EU internal and external security challenges Date: Tuesday 8 November Buffet lunch provided from 12:30 Speakers and discussion: 13.00-14.15 Location: Quaker House, Square Ambiorix 50 Register: events@qcea.org Hundreds of […]

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Peace after Brexit

The 368th issue of Around Europe is dedicated to the theme of implication of Brexit on peace and peacebuilding in Europe. Written in the days after the referendum result the articles chart some of the major issues on themes of EU militarism, refugees and migration and the European arms trade. Click here to read Around […]

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Quakers say ‘no’ to EU-US Trade deal

19 May 2016 Five Quaker organisations from Europe and the United States have asked governments to say ‘no’ to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), the controversial ‘mega’ trade deal being negotiated between the European Union and the United States. It is the first time that Quaker organisations, working on both sides of the […]

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10 key improvements to get the Circular Economy back on track

Eleven NGOs working on the circular economy, including the Quaker Council for European Affairs, have come together to sign a statement outlining the 10 improvements that need to be made to the European Commission’s waste proposals, to get the Circular Economy package back on track. The Commission’s revised Circular Economy Package is weaker and less […]

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