Conference of European Churches
International Non-Profit Organisation (AISBL under Belgian law)
V - Organisations representing churches and religious communities
Organisations representing churches and religious communities
Rue Joseph II, 174
Mr Guy Liagre
Mr Guy Liagre
The Conference of European Churches (CEC), founded in 1959, is a fellowship of some 114 Orthodox, Protestant, Anglican and Old Catholic Churches from all countries of Europe, plus 40 national councils of churches and organisations in partnership.
The role of CEC is on the one hand to develop a dialogue among its Member Churches and support co-operation, tolerance and respect between churches in Europe both inside and outside of the European Union.
On the other hand CEC supports and strengthens the common witness of European Churches vis-à-vis International Organisations by encouraging its members to speak with a common voice: it links its members and associates with the European Union’s institutions, the Council of Europe and other international institutions and maintains and facilitates an open, regular and transparent dialogue with them.
CEC monitors the EU Institutions and informs its members about relevant developments so as to raise awareness about EU-matters in its constituency. It engages its members and associates in studies and projects relevant to church and society.
Monitoring and contributing to public consultations in the following fields: Europe 2020, European Economic Governance, EU Climate Policies, Energy Union, Neighbourhood policy, Erasmus Plus.
European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion
Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Religious Tolerance, Intergroup on Extreme Poverty
Attendance of Breakfast prayers at European Parliament in Strasbourg
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INGO-Conference of the Council of Europe
Fundamental Rights Platform of the Fundamental Rights Agency
01/2013 - 12/2013
100,000 € - 199,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.