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15 Mar, 2018
The Governing Board of CEC met in Brussels, evaluating the work of CEC and making significant decisions related to its programmes.
14 Mar, 2018
It is with great concern that Christian, Jewish and Muslim organisations in Europe take note of a proposal tabled in the Icelandic parliament Althing to ban non-medically indicated circumcision of male children.
11 Mar, 2018
In Brussels on 9-10 March 2018, members of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences (CCEE) and the Conference of European Churches (CEC) exchanged views on the theme “Witness our faith in a secularized world”
28 Feb, 2018
Questions related to gene-editing were explored in depth by by scientists, theologians and philosophers in a conference in Paris.
20 Feb, 2018
The CEC letter on Future of Europe articulates loud and clear many concerns relevant for the situation of churches and the society in Poland.
1 Feb, 2018
Representatives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland visited Ecumenical Centre in Brussels on 1 February. The visit was aimed at strengthening relations and fellowship.
22 Jan, 2018
Peter Heltai, Ambassador at Large of Hungary Helps Initiative and György Nandasi, Advisor to György Hölvényi MEP, European Parliament, visited the CEC office in Brussels.
16 Jan, 2018
To mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2018, presidents of CEC and the Council of European Bishops’ Conferences has issued a joint message.
11 Jan, 2018
Gene-editing is one of the most important and controversial topics in modern bioethics. What are its implications for our understanding of what it means to be human?