Бегство от насилия

Хотите уменьшить вынужденное переселение? Займитесь миротворчеством. Задолго до Брексита странам ЕС не удалось выработать общую политику приема мигрантов, вынужденных оставлять свои дома из-за конфликтов и притеснений. Упущенной возможностью стала неспособность включить предотвращение конфликтов в политику ЕС по торговле и международной дипломатии. Чтобы заполнить этот пробел, мы предлагаем Торговому отделу ЕС на постоянной основе консультироваться у […]

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Alternatives to Violence Project

Come and find out about the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP), an international volunteer-run conflict transformation program. QCEA is holding two AVP information / taster sessions at Quaker House (Square Ambiorix 50, Brussels) Saturday 28 November, 14:00-17:00 Tuesday 1 December, 18:30-21:30 Cornelius Ambiah is an AVP trainer and Quaker peaceworker. He has experience of AVP […]

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Background paper: Pre-trial detention

This QCEA background paper explores the human impact of widespread pre-trial detention in the European Union. Studies indicate that pre-trial detention both causes harm to individuals and is unlikely to contribute to reducing crime. Pre-trial detainees are less likely than sentenced prisoners to receive support services or to have contact with family members and the […]

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Discussion Paper: The European Arrest Warrant – One Step Closer to Reform?

In this discussion paper, Imogen Parker explains in brief the European Arrest Warrant and some of the problems for criminal justice which have arisen during the its implementation. She makes recommendations which readers can bring before their MEP, on how to ensure that extraditions do not result in problems such as people being imprisoned while […]

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Briefing paper: The EU’s response to the threat of terrorism (update)

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. In 2011, QCEA updated these with a set of three briefing papers which included an evaluation, legal and […]

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