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  • 14.06.2016  Europe's Vocation to Promote Peace in the World

    Europe's Vocation to Promote Peace in the World

    On Tuesday, 14 June 2016, the COMECE report on Europe's Vocation to Promote Peace in the World was published. It was prepared by the joint COMECE / Justice and Peace Europe Commission on the External Relations of the EU and adopted by the COMECE Bishops as their contribution to the preparation of the EU Global Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy. Click here to open the EN, FR and DE version of the report.

  • 07.06.2016  Fairer taxation strengthens social justice

    Fairer taxation strengthens social justice

    Statement of Justice and Peace Europe on recent decisions of the Council of the European Union

  • 21.09.2015  Living together in Europe

    Living together in Europe

    Justice and Peace Europe meets Copenhagen and Malmö

  • 18.09.2015  Laudato Si: Comments of H.E. Jean-Claude Hollerich, Archbishop of Luxembourg and President of Justice and Peace Europe

    Laudato Si: Comments of H.E. Jean-Claude Hollerich, Archbishop of Luxembourg and President of Justice and Peace Europe

    Last week Pope Francis addressed his encyclical letter “Laudato si” on care for our human home to every person living on the planet. It has received an overwhelming echo all over the world.

  • 17.09.2015  Youth Unemployment

    Youth Unemployment

    In Austria there are over 75,000 unemployed youngsters (15-24). Many young people in Austria and Europe are in a precarious employment situation. A large number of young people after the 9th grade start to work. The shift to the workplace in many cases comes along with major challenges. In addition, there are often few opport

  • 14.09.2015  Towards the common good and the global level

    Towards the common good and the global level

    “Towards the common good at the global level” I wish to begin with my own word of gratitude to our co-sponsors and everyone who has worked hard to make today’s joint colloquium possible, especially Mr. Burkhard Leffers, representing BKU and UNIAPAC, Mr. Martin Wilde of BKU, and Mrs. Gertrud Casel, the General Secretary of the German Commission of Justice and Peace.