The United Kingdom expects to hold a referendum on its membership of the European Union. The political debate is dominated by phoney conversations and over-simplifications. This creates a difficult environment for citizens to engage in this process. QCEA has compiled briefing papers intended to help Quakers and others reflect on their position with regard to […]
QCEA has joined with the Human Rights and Democracy Network and 43 other NGOs to call upon Frans Timmermans and Cecelia Malmström to ensure that the current revision of impact assesmsent handbook is transparent and participatory. You can click here to see our letter.
Have you heard about TTIP yet? TTIP, or the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, is a Free Trade Agreement currently being negotiated between the European Union (EU) and the United States of America. This vast deal, while having potential benefits, could have serious and long-term consequences for the well-being of European citizens as well as […]
The February-March edition of our monthly newsletter. Deputy Representative Andrew Lane talks about the EU’s reversion to militarism, and Chris Diskin writes about a sunset clause for TTIP, while Representative Alexandra Bosbeer reminds us of the importance of voting in May’s EU Parliament Elections. Click here to download a PDF version of Around Europe 355
The EU plays a significant economic role in both Israel and Palestine. QCEA are currently working for an import ban on EU trade with Israeli settlements as we are aware that settlement produce is routinely mislabeled to gain access to the EU market at preferential tax rates reserved for Israeli goods within the 1967 borders. QCEA undertook […]