How can the media contribute to building peace in Syria?

On Wednesday 6 June, QCEA and YPFP co-organised a policy discussion at Quaker House on The Role of the Media as a Peacebuilding Tool in Syria. It was the second in a series of events linking peacebuilding tools with geographic

How can the media contribute to building peace in Syria?

On Wednesday 6 June, QCEA and YPFP co-organised a policy discussion at Quaker House on The Role of the Media as a Peacebuilding Tool in Syria. It was the second in a series of events linking peacebuilding tools with geographic

Building Peace Together relevant to EU plans

We’ve had lots of feedback since publishing Building Peace Together on February 20. Many have said that it is a timely input into debates on how peacebuilding can be used to address violent conflict, rather than traditional interventions. Two years

Building Peace Together relevant to EU plans

We’ve had lots of feedback since publishing Building Peace Together on February 20. Many have said that it is a timely input into debates on how peacebuilding can be used to address violent conflict, rather than traditional interventions. Two years

Faith in Commission appointments

The sudden, unusual and controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr to be the new Secretary General of the European Commission has been dominating offstage conversations in Brussels for a more than a month. The small Brussels bubble media has provided almost

Faith in Commission appointments

The sudden, unusual and controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr to be the new Secretary General of the European Commission has been dominating offstage conversations in Brussels for a more than a month. The small Brussels bubble media has provided almost

Opportunities for the EU to build long-term peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina

What is happening? On Monday March 5, QCEA and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) held the first of a series of events that link peacebuilding with geographic case studies. This one looked at the role of the EU in

Opportunities for the EU to build long-term peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina

What is happening? On Monday March 5, QCEA and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) held the first of a series of events that link peacebuilding with geographic case studies. This one looked at the role of the EU in

Quakers and European Politics

Quakers and European Politics was the subject of a course in Birmingham at the weekend. It was organised as a partnership between Woodbrooke (Meet – Stay – Learn) and the Quaker Council for European Affairs. It mostly attracted Quakers who

Quakers and European Politics

Quakers and European Politics was the subject of a course in Birmingham at the weekend. It was organised as a partnership between Woodbrooke (Meet – Stay – Learn) and the Quaker Council for European Affairs. It mostly attracted Quakers who

Particular issues faced by LGBT refugees

This is the second of two interviews with Dr. Kathryn Lum, a lecturer in Global studies at Nottingham Trent University. She works closely with a refugee aid organisation called Kairos, and writes about gender and migration. The first interview, on

Particular issues faced by LGBT refugees

This is the second of two interviews with Dr. Kathryn Lum, a lecturer in Global studies at Nottingham Trent University. She works closely with a refugee aid organisation called Kairos, and writes about gender and migration. The first interview, on

Particular challenges of women migrants: an interview with Kathryn Lum

When we think of refugees, we often think automatically of a male, perhaps in his late teens or early 20s. But a significant number of refugees are women. The exact percentage varies depending on the source, but estimates range from

Particular challenges of women migrants: an interview with Kathryn Lum

When we think of refugees, we often think automatically of a male, perhaps in his late teens or early 20s. But a significant number of refugees are women. The exact percentage varies depending on the source, but estimates range from

Catching hate in nets: an agenda for 2018

Today (1 January) the EU’s largest member begins to implement a new law that will require social media companies to remove illegal hate speech. Social media platforms in Germany with more that 2 million members will have 24 hours to

Catching hate in nets: an agenda for 2018

Today (1 January) the EU’s largest member begins to implement a new law that will require social media companies to remove illegal hate speech. Social media platforms in Germany with more that 2 million members will have 24 hours to

Police violence proves why Europe needs its Human Rights convention

An investigation by French authorities has found that widespread human rights abuses have been committed in the year since the Calais migrant camp was demolished. The abuses were committed by police ordered to prevent a new camp from being established.

Police violence proves why Europe needs its Human Rights convention

An investigation by French authorities has found that widespread human rights abuses have been committed in the year since the Calais migrant camp was demolished. The abuses were committed by police ordered to prevent a new camp from being established.

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities