Referendum result

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The Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) has commented on the result of the UK’s EU membership referendum. QCEA has also provided a quiet space for reflection in Brussels since the result was announced. Leaving the EU “The UK has decided to step away from an organisation which acts as a mechanism for dialogue, and […]

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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict: What the EU can do to help facilitate long-awaited peace

This briefing paper provides an outline of the ongoing conflict within Palestine and Israel. It recommends ways in which the European Union (EU) can act to alleviate the suffering of people in the region. The conflicts are multifaceted and complex. This paper provides a short summary with recommendations and links to further reading. To read […]

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New cold war: No, thanks!

QCEA has joined with churches and other organisations to write to Angela Merkel and François Hollande to thank them for their continued efforts to reduce the violence in Ukraine. In recent weeks Merkel and Hollande helped to broker a ceasefire agreement. The letter said that confidence-building measures, including humanitarian aid, will be important and called […]

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Around Europe 360 December 2014 – January 2015

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In this issue of Around Europe, Sevasti Christoforou examines the issues of identifying, recording and addressing hate crime across the European Union, and the variance between EU Member States. George Thurley discusses how citizens and local governments can act as pioneers on climate and environment issues, bypassing necessary compromises at the national and European levels. Andrew […]

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