Monday 23. July 2018
#214 - April 2018
Martin Maier sj

Germany’s difficult departure for Europe

Europe has been used to decades of stable governments in Germany. This changed, however, with the Federal elections on 24 September 2017.

COMECE

“I dream of a Europe that progresses, socially and in solidarity”

Mgr Jean-Claude Hollerich, Archbishop of Luxembourg, is the new President of COMECE. In this interview, he shares his vision of a Europe that listens to its citizens. He appeals to a dynamic collective intelligence with which to meet the challenges that Europeans face.

European Union

The tension of being young and caught between uncertainty and responsibility

The lives of many young Europeans are characterised by uncertainty. Sarah Prenger, President of the International Young Christian Workers movement, points out the personal and social consequences.

European Commission

Education: Extending competence or going beyond?

Studious female high school student

Critical reviews of two training documents from the EU Commission and the Holy See: how do they differ, where do they agree and in what areas do they complement one another? An invitation to further analysis.

European Union

Europe and Israel – exchanges between a rabbi and a diplomat

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is still a major inflection point for imbalance in the Middle East.

-> JESC Training offer

A Fellowship Programme for European Leaders

 

In the recent Rome Dialogue “(Re)thinking Europe” there was a repeated call to form future European leaders in the spirit of Christian social teaching. The Jesuit European Social Centre offers a new training opportunity as from January 2019.

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