Viena: o delegație CROCEU s-a întâlnit cu Ministrul de Externe Austriac

Vineri, 13 iulie 2018, o delegație a Comitetului Reprezentanților Bisericilor Ortodoxe pe lângă Uniunea Europeană (CROCEU) s-a întâlnit, la Viena, cu dna. Karin Kneissl, Ministrul Federal austriac pentru Europa, Integrare și Afaceri Externe. Cu acest prilej, a fost prezentat punctul de vedere al CROCEU asupra subiectelor ce constituie prioritățile președinției austrice a Consiliului UE, în perioada iulie-decembrie 2018: siguranță publică și migrația ilegală, procesul de digitalizare pe piața muncii, eforturile de asigurare a stabilității în interiorul, dar și la granițele Uniunii, cu atenție deosebită asupra perspectivei de extindere în zona Balcanilor de Vest. Apreciind în mod deosebit mott

CROCEU meeting with the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the E.U.

CLICK HERE to read the Romanian version of this post. A delegation of CROCEU (Committee of the Representatives of the Orthodox Churches to the European Union) met with Her Excellency, Dr. Karin Kneissl, Austrian Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, in Vienna, on the 13 July 2018. During the meeting opinions were exchanged on the priorities of the Austrian EU Council Presidency and other issues of common interest. CROCEU’s delegation was formed by the Very Rev. Archimandrite Aimilianos Bogiannou (Ecumenical Patriarchate), the Very Rev. Hegumen Philip Ryabykh (Patriarchate of Moscow), and the Very Rev. Archimandrite Nektarios Ioannou (Church of Cyprus). The Representat

CROCEU public statement on the Istanbul Convention

STATEMENT of the Committee of Representatives of the Orthodox Churches to the European Union on the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence (Istanbul Convention). The Committee of the Representatives of the Orthodox Churches to the European Union (CROCEU) strongly condemns violence against women and domestic violence. The Orthodox Church sees all men and women equal in their dignity before God and equal in their rights within society. According to the teaching of the Orthodox Church man and woman are to treat each other with respect and honour. The Orthodox Church honours women in the person of the Mother of our Lord Jesus Christ

Churches' contribution to implementing the EPSR, under review @the EP in Brussels

On Tuesday, June 26, 2018, the European Parliament (EP) in Brussels hosted an international seminar that was focused on the role of Churches and religious organisations in implementing the European Social Pillar (ESP). Hosted by Mrs. Mairead McGuinness, the EP First Vice-President and responsible for the implementation of Art. 17 of TFEU, the event brought together EU officials, scholars and representatives of religious bodies throughout Europe, as well as practitioners in the field of social services. Participants underscored the particular place that Churches and other faith based organisations (FBOs) can, and actually do, play in building a more socially sensitive Europe, in line with the

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