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Event Report: Sustainable development in Eastern Europe; 7-9 April, Kiev, Ukraine

Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Foundation for Democracy Initiatives and Sallux 7-9 of April held an international conference themed: "Sustainable development in Eastern Europe - security, cooperation based on Christian values”. The event took place in hotel "Verkhovyna" in Kyiv.

Newest Sallux publication: available now

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
During an event in the European Parliament the newest publication of Sallux Publishing has been presented. Sallux presents the the publication: Confederal Europe; Strong nations, strong Union!

Speakers list Upcoming State of Europe forum 2017

Monday, March 20, 2017
We have a great line-up of spekers for the next State of Europe Forume 2017, Valletta Malta... including the President of Malta, Her Excellency Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.

Event announcement: A Relational Plan for Europe

Friday, March 17, 2017
Sallux is pleased to announce that 11 April from 14:00hr to 17:00hr. we will present our newest publication. This publication will outline an alternative future for the EU. The final title of the publication will be announced soon.


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Upcoming Events

State of Europe Forum 2017: Towards A Europe of Hope , Healing & Hospitality

Sunday, May 7, 2017
The Annual State of Europe Forum (#SOEF17) opens with a public celebration & procession from St. Paul’s to St. John’s to Upper Barrakka Garden on SUNDAY MAY 7, 17.30 - 20.30 The Forum, on Monday May 8, will be held in the Valletta Campus of the University of Malta.


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Confederal Europe; Strong nations, strong Union (NEW)

Europe stands at a turning point. The long trek towards political unification has been championed by the large numbers of, usually, wealthier Europeans who have gained most by globalism and the Single Market. This publication proposes a Relational Economic plan for Europe....

STARTUP EUROPE (NEW)

STARTUP EUROPE Almost a third of all young adults in the EU live at home. Europe needs entrepreneurs that create products that consumers want and thereby lift their friends out of unemployment. In Tallinn young people from all over the world take part in a technological boom that has made Estonia the European country with the highest number of entrepreneurs per capita. According to French economists at CEPII (Centre d’Etudes Prospective et d’Informations Internationales) Estonia will reach the level of the Nordic countries, measured by GDP per capita, in only ten years. This boom has given the small Baltic country growing self-confidence after the fall of the Soviet Union. It is also an example of a growing gap between richer and poorer countries on the continent.

After Capitalism

By Paul Mills and Michael Schluter The world is set to be in financial turmoil for some years to come. Searching questions are being asked about the future of Capitalism in the light of the European debt crisis, exorbitant levels of executive pay, short termism in share trading, and the dominance of the financial economy over the real economy of goods and services.


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