Posts Tagged: dialogue

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

People-to-people exchanges foster long-term peace: examples from the Western Balkans

Between April 10-13, QCEA partnered with the Conference of European Churches (CEC) to organize an exchange for youth from the Serb minority in Croatia and the Croat minority in Serbia. This was a unique opportunity for the youth to meet

People-to-people exchanges foster long-term peace: examples from the Western Balkans

Between April 10-13, QCEA partnered with the Conference of European Churches (CEC) to organize an exchange for youth from the Serb minority in Croatia and the Croat minority in Serbia. This was a unique opportunity for the youth to meet

A cautious welcome for a new peace initiative

Given QCEA’s long-standing concern about the militarisation of the EU, we were pleased earlier this year to hear that nine European governments had launched a unique new peace organisation: the European Institute of Peace, or EIP for short. The EIP

A cautious welcome for a new peace initiative

Given QCEA’s long-standing concern about the militarisation of the EU, we were pleased earlier this year to hear that nine European governments had launched a unique new peace organisation: the European Institute of Peace, or EIP for short. The EIP

PEACE in Nothern Ireland

“The PEACE programme is a fine example of the European Union’s longstanding commitment to peace and reconciliation”. These were the words of EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn at the opening of an event held yesterday in Brussels celebrating

PEACE in Nothern Ireland

“The PEACE programme is a fine example of the European Union’s longstanding commitment to peace and reconciliation”. These were the words of EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn at the opening of an event held yesterday in Brussels celebrating