Thursday 19. September 2019

Europe in the election year

2019 EU Elections

The European Union finds itself in a contradictory situation in advance of the European Parliament elections in May.

The new Global Compact for Migration

Holy See

The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) is the world’s first general agreement on this huge topic. It is a common platform for greater cooperation, responsibility-sharing and better governance.

Ethics and society

European Union

Herman Van Rompuy, former president of the European Council offered the following reflections at a conference on “Rediscovering the european common good” in the Chapel for Europe on 8th of november 2018.

 

The Brexit quagmire

European Union

Political forecasts are always risky, but it is extraordinary to realise that, as this article is written, no one can reliably predict the situation of the UK just a few months from now.

 

What is the meaning of unity in diversity?

Christian theology

His Eminence Metropolitan Emmanuel of France, explains how the principle of unity in diversity is at the heart of Christian theology and an essential constituent of the European project.

Business and human rights: Advancing labour standards and the binding UN Treaty

United Nations

As 2019 begins, many signs on the horizon are calling us to reflect on society’s expectations towards business, and its global impact on people and nature.

 

What the EU, and each individual, can do to make the financial system serve us all

EU Financial System

The EU is taking action to ensure that the financial system works properly by avoiding undesirable and unethical outcomes. But each individual has their role to play in ensuring that our organisations work for the benefit of all and the benefit of our planet.

African, Caribbean and Pacific countries: Expectations for a future relationship with the EU

European Union

In June 2018, the Council of the EU adopted the negotiating mandate for the future agreement between the EU and the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. Patrick I. Gomes, Secretary General of the ACP Group of States, shares with Europe-infos his expectations for the negotiations.

Shaping the future of work

European Union

How can we shape the future of work in this age of digital and ecological transition? Mgr Antoine Hérouard presents the underlying reflections and proposals from COMECE for a world of work that is fair, sustainable and participatory for everyone in Europe.

Citizens’ control of finance

European Union

Ten years after the financial crisis of 2008, and ten months before the European elections, the Secours Catholique-Caritas France organisation has published its report “Finance to Citizens”, in which it proposes an ambitious array of reforms designed to ensure that finance serves the public interest.

Why reform the eurozone?

European Council

At the Euro Summit on 29 June 2018, the EU leaders adopted a number of initial decisions on reforming the Economic and Monetary Union. Sylvie Goulard, deputy governor of the Banque de France, explains the main issues arising from this reform.

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