Addressing violent masculinity in EU internal and external security challenges

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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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Briefing paper: A Guide to Getting Involved – Part 2 – The European Commission and the Council of the European Union

‘Who do I call if I want to call Europe’ is a quotation attributed to Henry Kissinger which is often quoted when people want to suggest that the European Institutions are too diverse to provide a clear target audience for political messages addressed at ‘Europe’. It is, of course, a simplification. As explained in Part […]

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Conference 2013: Europe and Economic Justice – Guaranteeing a fair share

Europe and Economic Justice: Guaranteeing a fair share 15th-17th November 2013 in Brussels What are the causes and consequences of the European economic crisis? What alternatives are there to austerity? How can we, as Quakers, contribute to the building of a just and sustainable economy which meets human needs without destroying the planet? Speakers: Trevor […]

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QCEA Presentation at IEEM Spring Conference – Ecosystem Services

On the 20th March 2013, QCEA Representative Alexandra Bosbeer gave a talk to the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management. The talk highlighted the economic, social and environmental risks of placing a monetary value on natural capital. The slides of the presentation, ‘The Costs of Pricing Nature: The Implications of Payment for Ecosystem Services in […]

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