« L’écologie a connu des évolutions importantes au sein de l’Église »
RENCONTRE – François Xavier, sur le chemin de l’écologie intégrale – Eglises & écologies (E&E)
Eventually, supported start-ups and SMEs may join the network as an associate or full member to benefit from the ecosystem fully. For the sake of clarity and to ensure a smooth selection and operational progress of the selected Start-ups and SMEs, three cut-off dates for proposal submission will be organised. Europe is home to world-leading manufacturing industries, game-changing innovative technologies and an entrepreneurial infrastructure that can enable the transition to a resource-efficient, sustainable, society as envisioned in the EU agenda. A sustainable supply of mineral resources metals, construction material is vital for the development of these core industrial activities and their long-term economic success. However, Europe has become highly dependent on imports of these mineral resources, particularly critical raw materials, which is a key threat to future business in Europe. There is no formal minimum requirement of co-funding; however, projects that will show a co-funding and ask support for non-recurring costs not for shareholders personnel costs will be positively evaluated, as an indication of the commitment of the company in the initiative. Cut-off deadline : 4 September More informations.
RENCONTRE – François Xavier, sur le chemin de l’écologie intégrale
This helped them to live this celebration in solidarity with the people of the country and the Muslims all over the world. In our neighbourhood of Gitega there are many Muslims whom we meet every day on the street, in the market, and during our visits… or we welcome them at the Our Lady of Africa Health Centre and in the high schools. Read more. To our great surprise, the women were not only enthusiastic, but showed real appreciation and respect for having been invited. Due to the corona virus and the cramped conditions of the premises, the Centre was closed and will only reopen in September.
We write to commend your government for its membership and support for the International Criminal Court, and to encourage your government to offer greater support to the court in the wake of the withdrawals from the ICC by South Africa, Burundi, and Gambia. In recent years, the ICC has come under significant attack. The inability of the ICC to have authority over crimes committed in some powerful countries and their allies is a cause of deep concern, even as claims that the ICC is targeting Africa are not supported by the facts. A particular challenge is that the United States, China, and Russia have not joined the ICC, and they have blocked Security Council action to send crimes to the ICC that are committed in states that have not joined the court. Our organisations are committed to working to expand the reach of the ICC to ensure justice for serious crimes wherever they are committed.