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EU relations with Latin America should promote greater cooperation and socioeconomic equality with a focus on human rights, according to NGOs meeting at the second EU-CELAC Civil Society Forum held today in Brussels, organised by CONCORD and Mesa de Articulación.
After the draft regulation proposed by the European Commission last year to put an end to the use of revenues from mining to finance armed conflicts, the discussion about conflict minerals has been on the table.
Gender Equality: CIDSE's Understanding and Definition - Standing for the equal dignity of women and men
CIDSE discussion paper, December 2014 (available in EN/DE/ES/FR)
Statement of H. E. Archbishop Tomasi, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations and Other International Organizations, December 2014 (Available in EN/ES/FR)
Working together at the High-level event at the COP20 in Lima, Bishops from all continents called for a fair and legally binding climate agreement to be signed at the COP21 in Paris, 2015. (Document available in EN/ES/FR)
"More action required at national and international level to stop human rights abuses by business"
“Our sister, Mother Earth, is our common house and the place of God's alliance with human beings and all of creation…”
On Tuesday November 25 Pope Francis speaks at the European Parliament. CIDSE is represented in Strasbourg by Secretary General Bernd Nilles who will attend the speech on the invitation of the Holy See.
Many electronic products sold by European companies are derived from natural resources that fuel violence in countries around the world.
As the European Parliament prepares to debate legislation on responsible mineral sourcing ("conflict minerals"), 70 Catholic bishops from around the world are urging the EU to make the legislation’s requirements consistent in scope and binding for companies, rather than the current voluntary approach.