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L’Imam Hassen Chalghoumi a présenté son dernier livre “Libérons l’islam de l’islamisme”

Une présentation de grande importance a eu lieu jeudi 22 septembre 2022, au Press Club Brussels Europe. La Conférence des imams de France et l'Association européenne pour la défense des minorités ont collaboré à l'organisation de cet événement, qui a attiré un grand nombre de participants. Là, ils ont eu l'incroyable opportunité de s'asseoir ensemble et de discuter avec l'Imam Hassen Chalgho...
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Lawyers call on Turkey to allow visits to imprisoned Kurdish leader

 Lawyers from around the world announced on Friday 16 September at a press conference at Press Club Brussels Europe that they have applied to the Turkish ministry of Justice to ease the restrictions imposed on Abdullah Öcalan, the founder of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), and allow his lawyers and family to visit him. The letter was signed by hundreds of lawyers from 22 countries....
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Conference of the International Labour Organization and Eurofound on the challenges to promote collective bargaining at the national level with Nicolas Schmit, EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

On the Tuesday 14 June, the International Labour Organization and Eurofound organised a high level conference on the challenges to promote collective bargaining at the national level Nicolas Schmit, EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights Background Collective bargaining and wider social dialogue have played an essential role in responding effectively to the COVID-19 pandemic and the econ...
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Press Conference with activist & security analyst Chelsea Manning

On the 23rd May the Press Club Brussels Europe held a Press Conference organised in the framework of the Computers Privacy Data Protection Conference (CPDP 2022) with the Activist & Security Analyst Chelsea Manning speaks at the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference. Chelsea Manning and Harry Halpin CEO of Nym Technologies discussed about the urgency of private and secure co...
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Kofi Annan Foundation How to build a youth community to prevent violent extremism

On the 19 May, the Kofi Annan Foundation organised a panel debate to present the lessons learned from a project, funded by the European Union. ‘Building a youth community to prevent violent extremism: Lessons from urban South & Southeast Asia’ Drawing on two years of work with over 2,700 young people and 60 youth-led actions to prevent violent extremism in Pakistan, the Philippines and B...
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State Secretary Pascal Smet announces support of Brussels-Capital Region for EuroPride in Belgrade

To mark IDAHOBIT – the international day of action against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia - , Pascal Smet, State Secretary of the Brussels-Capital Region, has announced on the 17 May at a Press Conference at the Press Club Brussels Europe a significant package of support for EuroPride 2022. EuroPride will be held in Belgrade in September 2022.”On behalf of the Brussels-Capita...
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The Embassy of India in Brussels, the Isha Foundation and the Europe India Business Council held a special event on climate co-operation between India and EU 2022 with a keynote speech by Sadhguru .

In association with the Embassy of India in Brussels and Isha Foundation, the Europe India Business Council held a special event on climate co-operation between India and EU, at the Press Club Brussels Europe on the Monday 11 April 2022 The event featured a keynote speech by Sadhguru . , who is in midst of a 30,000 km motorcycle ride from Europe to India, to raise awareness for the #SaveSoil ca...
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Conference of the Club of Madrid on the implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine for the future of Democracy in the region, in Europe and the world?

On the 7 April the Club of Madrid organised a Conference  to discuss the following topics: What are the implications of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine for the future of Democracy in the region, in Europe and the world? How can we strengthen democracy's system of checks and balances and improve early-warning mechanisms both in the EU and abroad to prevent our democracies from backsliding and drift...
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An alliance of climate change and citizen movements plan to march in a common call on the EU to recognize the crime of ecocide.

By Mose Apelblat (The Brussels Times) In a European Day of Action, the march will take place on Sunday, 20 March, in Brussels. It is organised by local organisations (End Ecocide Belgium, Rise for Climate Belgium and Youth for Climate Belgium). Several other actions are organised in Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid and other European cities. The action day will be followed by a week of other activities. ...
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